I hope this finds you well. I write to share two important personnel updates.
Effective August 1, Jim Morrison will assume a new position, Assistant Provost for Strategic Initiatives. In this role, Jim will report to Tom Burish in the Provost’s Office and to Greg Dugard on our Development team. Jim will work closely with the Academy and Development to lead, coordinate and implement key multi-disciplinary initiatives and emerging opportunities that support Notre Dame’s mission and strategic goals. Some of these include the new Institute for Real Estate, scientific wellness, military/veterans initiative, and the Inspired Leadership Initiative. Special thanks to Jim for his vision, creativity and leadership of our academic advancement team during the past two years.
I am also pleased to announce that Michael Loungo will be promoted to the position of Sr. Director for Academic and Global Advancement, reporting to Drew Buscareno. Since joining our team in 2013, Michael has been a great leader in pioneering our global advancement team and the growth of Notre Dame International, forming key relationships and significantly increasing our international fundraising efforts as we prepare for the opening of the Keough School. I look forward to his elevated leadership role overseeing both our global and academic advancement teams.
Again, these changes will go into effect on August 1. Please join me in congratulating Jim and Michael. I look forward to continuing our work together and appreciate all your efforts on behalf of Notre Dame.
Please join me in congratulating the Sorinterns for completing their 8-week summer internship. Their stories inspire us, their work advanced our mission, and the program they inaugurated will continue to shape our division.
I am grateful for colleagues who so warmly welcomed and richly supported the Sorinterns. Special thanks to those who served as supervisors, mentors, hosts, and teachers.
We look forward to ongoing partnership with the Sorinterns and future cohorts.
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Corporate Relations has an open position for a Program Director. If you are interested in exploring this position please visit jobs.nd.edu and/or contact Ann Moran or Nathan Utz.
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1100 Grace Hall
Notre Dame, IN
I am delighted to announce that Anne Overly is joining our East Regional Development Team, serving the Washington DC market.
Anne received her BA from Notre Dame in 1998, majoring in English and Communications (Film/Television). She has had extensive sales and communications experience, working in the Chicago area with AstraZeneca Pharmaceuticals, The City of Lake Forest, Giant Step and Accenture. Most recently, Anne was with Pearson as a District Sales Manager, working with sales representatives for Pearson’s Higher Education Math and Science lines in Chicago and Michigan. Prior to her management role, Anne was a Senior Publisher’s Representative and Regional Trainer for Pearson.
Anne and her husband Scott have two sons, Emmett (4) and Andrew (2). The family will be relocating to Granger from Chicago. Anne’s parents recently retired to Granger, so the boys’ grandparents are undoubtedly thrilled to have them close by. In her spare time, Anne enjoys tennis, triathlons and volunteering.
August 1 will be Anne’s first day with Development. Please join me in welcoming Anne back home to Notre Dame, and to her new Development family!
My very best,
It is with mixed emotions that I announce Clare Mundy will be transitioning to the Office of the President, effective August 14th. In her new role as Assistant Director, Clare will lead a variety of initiatives for the Office of the President, including Walk the Walk Week.
During her time on the Development team, Clare has made an impact on our team’s culture, wellness, innovations, and constituent engagement. Clare’s leadership of both the CCP Premium Seat process and the Women in Leadership initiative have been exemplary. Her commitment to the mission of Notre Dame, creativity and work ethic, and contagious enthusiasm made an immediate imprint on those around her. We will miss Clare dearly but look forward to continuing our work with her in the new role.
Please join me in congratulating Clare and thanking her for her excellent work with the Development team!
On Saturday, August 26, in celebration of Notre Dame’s 175th Anniversary and final day of the Notre Dame Trail, the Badin Guild will host a complimentary continental breakfast for Badin Guild members not registered to walk the Trail. The breakfast will be from 9:00-11:00 am in the Hesburgh, Joyce, & Carmichael Private Dining Rooms at the Morris Inn.
For more information on this event, please contact Laura Snell.
Associate Director, Badin Guild
University of Notre Dame
Annual Giving & Strategic Marketing
Eddy Street Commons, Suite 300
South Bend, IN 46617
Limited spots remain for Frontline Supervision- a university-wide cohort learning series for current supervisors and managers.
Register via Endeavor.
Frontline Supervision is a series of eight half-day sessions designed to develop the skills necessary to lead at the frontline of supervision at the University of Notre Dame. Each session provides maximum “how-to” skills which can be applied immediately on the job. The University is committed to training ALL staff who supervise others to ensure a professional and values-based approach to leading people.
As frontline supervisors, participants will need to be able to:
- Understand their role as a “supervisor-leader” in today’s team environment
- Organize time, workspace, and work processes
- Motivate and reinforce good work efforts
- Plan and appropriately delegate work assignments
- Give feedback that positively coaches for good performance
- Learn to confidently conduct difficult discussions about performance issues
- Mediate conflict for a “win-win” resolution
This program is designed to allow leaders to develop and enhance skills within a cohort of up to 25 participants. By creating a shared experience, participants have the opportunity to build relationships with colleagues from different departments and divisions. Learning methods include case studies, small and large group discussions, and practice exercises. Additional tools and activities include:
- Program Design
- Pre-and Post-Training Competency Assessment
- Individual Competency Development Plan
- Pre-work and Supplemental Learning Resources
- Reflective Learning Journals
- Capstone Project at Series Summit
Frontline participants and their managers are required to attend the series Kickoff, which is a pre-program orientation to understand their responsibilities in reinforcing the competencies taught in the program. Participants are also expected to attend the series Summit where they will present their capstone projects. The participants’ managers are invited back for the closing reception immediately after the Summit.
All sessions will be held in the Grace Hall Lower Level Training Room from 8:30 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. The Series Summit will be held at the Morris Inn, Smith Ballroom. Certificates of completion with a possible 3.6 CEUs (Continuing Education Units) are awarded to those attending at least seven sessions and the Summit.
To reserve your seat in the Fall 2017 cohort, enroll in Frontline Supervision Cohort 15 in Endeavor. Once the enrollment date has passed, registered participants and their managers will receive a welcome email and calendar invite for the series Kickoff on August 1, 2017.
All Regular Sessions: 8:30 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. in Grace Hall, Lower Level Training Room
|Tuesday, Aug 1, 2017, from 8:30 a.m. – 10:30 a.m.
|Wednesday, Aug 9, 2017
||Roles & Responsibilities of Today’s Supervisor
||Operational Know-How, Interpersonal Interactions, Organizing Time and Tasks
|Wednesday, Aug 23, 2017
||Campus Resources, Policies, and Processes
||Operational Know-How, Performance Management, Managing Conflict
|Wednesday, Sep 6, 2017
||Healthy Boundaries: Encouraging Positive Behavior at Work
||Interpersonal interactions, Fostering Teamwork, Managing Conflict
|Wednesday, Sep 20, 2017
||Fostering Good Performance
||Performance Management, Managing Conflict, Developing Others
|Wednesday, Oct 18, 2017
||Prioritizing, Planning, Organizing, and Time Management
||Organizing Time & Tasks, Interpersonal Interactions
|Wednesday, Oct 25, 2017
||Effective Communication and Coaching Skills
||Communicating with Clarity, Interpersonal Interactions, Developing Others
|Wednesday, Nov 8, 2017
||Delegation and Feedback
||Developing Others, Organizing Time and Tasks, Communicating with Clarity
|Wednesday, Nov 29, 2017
||Dealing with Conflict and Change Management
||Change Management, Managing Conflict, Fostering Teamwork
|Wednesday, Dec 6, 2017, from 8:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m.
||Series Summit and Closing Reception
For more information, please contact: Mary Adeniyi at firstname.lastname@example.org or x1‑3013.
It is with great enthusiasm that I announce Rich Naponelli as the new Senior Director of Gift Planning. Rich has been a valuable member of the Gift Planning team through his fundraising efforts, technical expertise and oversight of the CRT and DAF programs. As you may recall, Rich came to the University with a high level of legal expertise and experience working with high net worth individuals, responsible for identifying, creating and implementing sophisticated estate and tax planning strategies for such individuals. During his time with us, Rich has quickly learned the culture of our team and has embraced the service culture needed while learning University processes and procedures. Rich will assume full responsibility for leading the gift planning efforts and will report to me.
I look forward to the Gift Planning team continuing to grow and excel under Rich’s leadership. His experience, enthusiasm, and passion for our mission will provide excellent leadership to an extraordinarily talented team!
Rich will assume this position effective immediately. Please join me in congratulating Rich on this promotion.