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June, 2024

Thursday
6
Monday
10
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PJM Interconnection coordinates the movement of electricity in all or parts of 13 states and the District of Columbia. Additionally, PJM administers competitive wholesale markets for large blocks of electricity -- similar to the way the stock market works.
Tuesday
11
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The DISC Behavioral System is the universal language of behavior. Research has shown that behavioral characteristics can be grouped together in four major divisions called personality styles. People with similar styles tend to exhibit specific behavioral characteristics common to that style. All people share these four styles in varying degrees of intensity.

The acronym DISC stands for the four behavioral/personality styles represented by the letters:
•D (Drive)
•I (Influence)
•S (Steadiness)
•C (Compliance)

How is DISC used?

•Discover behavioral strengths, areas for augmenting, blending, capitalizing
•Value and learn to respect the strengths of others
•Deal with conflict effectively by learning adaptive behaviors
•Enhance work group with teamwork and trust, while minimizing unhealthy team conflict
•Develop strategies to meet diverse needs of others
•Improve communication skills by determining communication styles
•Improve customer relationships by identification and meeting needs
•Reduce conflict and stress, in both interpersonal and intrapersonal relationships.

Manage interpersonal communication…

Used by many Fortune 500 Companies, HR professionals, consultants, coaches, trainers, doctors/dentists, clergy, government agencies, sales firms, and educational institutions. DISC helps these clients:

•Build productive teams, develop effective managers, supervisors, leaders
•Improve customer/client experience
•Ease frustrations and interpersonal conflict
•Enhance communication and assist in the “crucial conversations”
•Team development and team building
•Improve personal diversity awareness and recognition
•Improve the bottom line: productivity, assists in hiring, recruiting, placement, promotion, outsourcing, change management, quality enhancement, managing, counseling, and coaching.
FINAL DEADLINE FOR DISC ASSESSMENT BY MONDAY, JUNE 3.
Wednesday
12
Creekside Trails
4:30 PM
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Join us for a walk and talk networking event. Discover new connections while enjoying a scenic walk at Creekside Trails, Valparaiso. Depending on weather, trails may be muddy so please bring appropriate footwear.
• Approximately 1 mile walk
• Great opportunity to practice elevator speeches and get fresh air!
• Optional dinner at Trailyard restaurant afterward (attendees responsible for expenses)
We look forward to seeing you there!
Friday
14
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Last day for the Texhoma annual tshirt fundraiser! Email Kristin Duggins kjduggins@aep.com to complete your order!
Tuesday
18
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Teams Call 10:30 am CST
Thursday
20
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This is a closed event only available to 2024 WiNUP mentoring committee members, mentees and mentors. Contact kjduggins@aep.com with any questions.
Tuesday
25
Tuesday
25
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WiNUP Executive Committee Meeting
Tuesday
25
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Time is CST. If there are connection issues, please reach out to kjduggins@aep.com
Wednesday
26
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WiNUP International Board Rep Meeting

WiNUP Headquarters

2795 East Bidwell St
#100-209
Folsom, CA 95630

Women's International Network of Utility Professionals is a not-for-profit 501 (c) (6) organization under the IRA Code.  Section 501 (c) (6) of the IRS code provides for the exemption of business leagues - which is an association of individuals with a common business interest.  Contributions to WiNUP are not tax deductible as a charitable donation.  Contributions may qualify as a business expense.  Donors should consult a tax professional.