Professional Development

Writing Patient-Centered, Easy-to-Read, Educational Materials for Patients and Families (April 22)

All Health System clinicians are invited to participate in the Patient Education Center’s class “Writing Patient-Centered, Easy-to-Read, Educational Materials for Patients and Families”. The class will take place on Tuesday, April 22 from 3-5 p.m. at the Cardiovascular Center, Room … Continue reading

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You, Inc.-Building Your Personal Leadership Brand (April 24)

Your identity or brand helps communicate your value and what you stand for as a leader. Knowing this helps you make smart decisions about the work you want to engage in, identify opportunities where you need to stretch and grow, … Continue reading

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Use Your 6 Thinking Hats – A Creative Approach to Problem Solving (April 15)

Think outside the box. Let’s look at this from another angle. In this session, you will learn how to use Edward de Bono’s classic Six Thinking Hats concepts to improve your problem-solving abilities. You will learn to: •Identify the six … Continue reading

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Writing Patient-Centered, Easy-to-Read, Educational Materials for Patients and Families (April 22)

All Health System clinicians are invited to participate in the Patient Education Center’s class “Writing Patient-Centered, Easy-to-Read, Educational Materials for Patients and Families”. The class will take place on Tuesday, April 22 from 3-5 p.m. at the Cardiovascular Center Room … Continue reading

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Best practice posters and presentations from U-M StaffWorks now available

Now available to view online: Insight, innovation, experience, and expertise as seen at U-M StaffWorks 2013. More than 50 PDF files of posters and nearly a dozen presentations are available at http://hr.umich.edu/voices/staffworks/. Topics of the posters and presentations include communications, … Continue reading

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Strategies for Dealing with Power Struggles in Your Life, Rethinking the Tug of War (April 10)

Power can be a motivator for doing things and, therefore, power struggles can happen in all relationships. In “Strategies for Dealing with Power Struggles in Your Life, Rethinking the Tug of War,” you will learn how to avoid the pitfalls … Continue reading

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Basics of American Sign Language classes in May and June

Learn to communicate better with deaf and hard of hearing patients you may encounter around UMHS. Class will take place in the University of Michigan Von Voigtlander Women’s Hospital, WH L3113 from 12 – 1 p.m. This is an 8-week … Continue reading

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Presentation skills that wow your audience beyond the slides (April 9)

Most people rely on their PowerPoint slides to give a successful presentation. In this course, you will learn additional techniques—with or without slides—to capture an audience and draw them into your presentation. You will learn to: •Describe the key style … Continue reading

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Conflict Management Skills for Women (April 19)

There is no denying that women and men handle conflict differently. For women, understanding the root causes of conflict and knowing how to cope with the anger and emotions are key elements of managing conflict. Learn powerful conflict management strategies … Continue reading

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Seminar – Medicaid and Health Reform in the Aftermath of the Supreme Court (April 7)

Dr. Sommers, a practicing primary care internist, is both a physician and a health economist whose main research interests are health policy for vulnerable populations, the uninsured, and the health care safety net. He has received numerous awards for his … Continue reading

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Turning bad communication habits into good ones (April 4)

Communication does not come easy to everyone. Once bad communication habits take hold it can be hard to break them. Learn better communication skills at “Turning Bad Communication Habits Into Good Ones” held on April 4 and April 11, from … Continue reading

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The Workplace Success Advantage, Building Your Emotional and Social Intelligence (April 3)

Research has shown that high levels of emotional and social intelligence (ESI) are twice as important as technical skills in the job performance of individuals and teams. While it may sound soft and fuzzy, emotional/social intelligence is critical in managing … Continue reading

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The Road to Highly Productive Work Teams, Creating Team Norms (April 1)

Having productive norms is a crucial first step to moving a team from being a group of people gathered around a common goal to a fine-tuned machine of productivity and engagement. You will learn to: •Apply a process to clarify … Continue reading

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YES Without Guilt. NO Without Fear – Assertiveness Skills (March 26)

Do you have a difficult time saying “no?”Are you frustrated because you are so busy attending to the needs of others that your own go unfulfilled? This course helps you stand your ground and secure the respect of others. Discover … Continue reading

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Peer Leadership – Getting Results Without Authority (March 25)

No matter what your organizational level, everyone is a leader. This class will help you identify your innate leadership skills and show you how you can use them to be more successful and effective in your daily work life. The … Continue reading

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So, You’re Ready to be a Supervisor? How to Make a Smooth Transition (March 28)

Making the move from peer to supervisor can be complicated if some things are not considered. If you are not yet a supervisor, but feel you are ready to make the transition to a supervisory role, or if you are … Continue reading

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Using Your Mediation and Negotiation Skills (March 27)

Knowing how to mediate conflict and negotiate with others are key skills to help maintain a positive and productive work environment. In “Using Your Mediation and Negotiation Skills,” you will gain skills to improve your daily results when handling negotiations … Continue reading

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Succeeding With the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (March 27)

The Myers-Briggs Type Indicator™ is one of the most highly regarded systems in the world for understanding why people respond to situations in the way they do. The MBTI™ can help you understand your own and others’ strengths and natural … Continue reading

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Taking Good Notes and Meeting Minutes (March 21)

Transcribing minutes of a meeting is not only a challenge but requires a unique skill. “Taking Good Notes and Meeting Minutes” will help you receive the fundamentals of effective note taking and transcribing meeting minutes that are user friendly and … Continue reading

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Delegating for Results – Even When You’re Not in Charge (March 25)

You don’t need to be a manager to delegate tasks to others. This course will give you an opportunity to examine your communication style and will provide tools, techniques and strategies to help achieve results by successfully working with others. … Continue reading

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YES Without Guilt. NO Without Fear – Assertiveness Skills (March 19)

Do you have a difficult time saying “no?”Are you frustrated because you are so busy attending to the needs of others that your own go unfulfilled? This course helps you stand your ground and secure the respect of others. Discover … Continue reading

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The Cameron Haight Visiting Professorship (March 20)

The Cameron Haight Lecture, Section of Thoracic Surgery will feature Mark S. Allen, M.D., chair, Division of General Thoracic Surgery, Mayo Clinic, Rochester, MN on Thursday, March 20 at 7 a.m. in the Ford Amphitheater. His presentation is entitled “e-Learning: … Continue reading

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YES Without Guilt. NO Without Fear – Assertiveness Skills

Do you have a difficult time saying “no?”Are you frustrated because you are so busy attending to the needs of others that your own go unfulfilled? This course helps you stand your ground and secure the respect of others. Discover … Continue reading

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Prepare, Practice and Present (March 20)

This course provides interactive activities to help you prepare and deliver professional presentations. You will receive individualized feedback and reviews of in-class presentations. It takes place March 20 from 8:30 a.m. – 5 p.m. You will learn to: •Identify ways … Continue reading

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Tell it Like it Is – Feedback That Works (March 20)

Too often our work productivity suffers because we cannot communicate effectively. However, there are methods for giving feedback to your colleagues that allow you to be authentic without damaging the relationship. This program takes place March 20 from 9 a.m. … Continue reading

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Patient Education ForUM (March 19)

Come and learn about the best practices in patient education by attending the Patient Education ForUM on March 19, from 3:30 – 5 p.m. at the Rachel Upjohn Building Auditorium – East Medical Campus. You will learn about: 1. a … Continue reading

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When Perfect Isn’t Good Enough – Coping With Perfectionism Without Sacrificing Quality (March14)

We all want to excel at our jobs, but obsessing on perfectionism will sap your energy and actually lower your productivity. In this session, you will acquire tools and strategies to confront and combat perfectionism as well as gain an … Continue reading

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The Boomers are Leaving – What do They Know That We Should Find out Before They Go? (March 13)

The Boomers are leaving but you don’t have to let their depth and breadth of institutional knowledge go with them. Learn best practices in knowledge capture to ensure that when the boomers retire, you are not left to go bust.This … Continue reading

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School of Nursing teaching opportunities now available

School of Nursing teaching opportunities are now available.For more information, visit http://nursing.umich.edu/info/prospective-faculty-staff. Web Address: http://nursing.umich.edu/

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Dr. Suzanne Ostrand-Rosenberg presents Immunology Research Seminar (April 2)

Suzanne Ostrand-Rosenberg, Ph.D., Robert & Jane Meyerhoff Professor of Biochemistry and professor of biology, at the University of Maryland Baltimore County (UMBC), will be presenting an Immunology Research seminar at noon on Wednesday, April 2 in 3330 Medical Science I … Continue reading

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Patient Education ForUM (March 19)

Learn about the best practices in patient education by attending the Patient Education ForUM on March 19, from 3:30 – 5 p.m. at the Rachel Upjohn Building Auditorium – East Medical Campus.Register at https://www.signup4.net/Public/ap.aspx?EID=PATI22E or contact Diana Medina Urbina at … Continue reading

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Peer Leadership – Getting Results Without Authority (March 3, 18 and 25)

No matter what your organizational level, everyone is a leader. This class will help you identify your innate leadership skills and show you how you can use them to be more successful and effective in your daily work life.You will … Continue reading

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Peer Leadership – Getting Results Without Authority (March 3, 18 and 25)

No matter what your organizational level, everyone is a leader. This class will help you identify your innate leadership skills and show you how you can use them to be more successful and effective in your daily work life.You will … Continue reading

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Northville Health Center – Medical Assistant Job Fair (March 4)

New graduates and experienced medical assistants are invited to learn how they can be part of the new Northville Health Center, opening July 2014. A job fair will take place March 4 from 3 – 7 p.m. at the University … Continue reading

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Northville Health Center – Medical Assistant Job Fair (March 4)

New graduates and experienced medical assistants are invited to learn how they can be part of the new Northville Health Center, opening July 2014. A job fair will take place March 4 from 3 – 7 p.m. at the University … Continue reading

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Writing Effective Procedures Documents—Putting Actions Into Words (March 6)

With an expert as your guide, enter the unique world of procedure-based writing. Learn the techniques needed to meet and overcome all of the challenges of putting actions into easy to follow documentation.Two-day course "Writing Effective Procedures Documents—Putting Actions Into … Continue reading

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Conflict Management – The Fundamental Skills (March 6)

The first step in resolving conflicts successfully is having a knowledge of—and ability to—use basic conflict resolution skills. This class provides the foundational skills for resolving conflict in any situation."Conflict Management – The Fundamental Skills" will be held on March … Continue reading

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Above and Beyond Customer Service examines how interpersonal skills influence service interactions (March 5)

As a follow-up to Managing Confrontational Clients, this course takes a more in-depth look at service and customer expectations. “Above and Beyond Customer Service” examines how interpersonal skills—especially non-verbal communication and listening skills—can enhance or undermine any service interaction. The … Continue reading

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Got a problem? Solve it! Practical Strategies for Maximizing Your Creative Ability (March 11)

Creativity is an essential skill when problems arise. But how do you develop it in yourself and others? And how do you use it to solve problems facing your staff and organization—especially when time and money is short and the … Continue reading

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Eat That Frog! – 21 Great Ways to Stop Procrastinating and Get More Done in Less Time (Feb. 26)

You’re probably wondering what “eat that frog” means. This workshop will show you how to zero-in on your critical tasks and organize yourself to make the most of your day."Eat That Frog! – 21 Great Ways to Stop Procrastinating and … Continue reading

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From Verbal Combat to Consensus – The Gentle Way to Earn a Black Belt in Communication (Feb. 26)

It’s difficult to stay calm and focused when engaged in a heated or difficult conversation, especially if you’re trying to influence the other person’s behavior and they’re not listening. Based upon the concepts developed by bestselling author George Thompson, this … Continue reading

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Advanced Listening Skills (Feb. 27)

This course is a continuation of "Improving Your Listening Skills" and is designed for those who have already learned the basics of effective listening. Using personal work experiences, you will have the opportunity to further practice and refine your listening … Continue reading

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Working Smarter, Not Harder – Strategic Prioritization (Feb. 27)

When faced with having to do more with less, it’s easy to react without thinking about the value proposition of the work. Which activities are important to the organization and to the University? Streamlining how services are provided and learning … Continue reading

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Cut! That’s a Wrap! Video on the Cheap (Feb. 25)

Video is an excellent way to deliver a message in the workplace. The cost of quality equipment has decreased rapidly and the availability of editing software is very common. This session will introduce you to the tools and techniques that … Continue reading

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Keeping Your Ducks in Line While Floating in a Pond of Tasks (Feb. 20)

Kate Haessler has managed the logistics of some of the largest projects the Office of Development has undertaken—including the graduation on the Diag. In each of these projects, her team was responsible for ensuring the execution of hundreds of tasks … Continue reading

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Employee Coaching That Works

Performance coaching is an extremely valuable tool to develop and retain talented employees. The secret to good coaching is first understanding performance issues and then applying positive methods to obtain results. This session will help you learn and practice skills … Continue reading

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Working With Difficult People and Personalities (Feb.19 and 26)

Overcoming the stress experienced when interacting with “difficult” people is a challenge. By focusing on personalities and behavioral styles, this course outlines a positive approach to working around these personality conflicts.This program will be held Feb. 19 from 1 – … Continue reading

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Advanced Personal Leadership (Feb. 14)

Personal leadership skills allow an individual to be more effective in their relationships at any level of the organization. A sequel to Developing Personal Leadership: Mastering the Art of Empowerment, this course will focus on learning how to make bad … Continue reading

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No-Fail E-Mail (Feb. 13)

E-Mail has become the most commonly used form of communication in the workplace; it is also the most frequently misunderstood. Learn how to use e-mail to enhance, not sabotage, your communication.You will learn to:•Compose clear and concise messages to enhance … Continue reading

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Northville Hiring – New positions posted

Opening in July 2014, the Northville Health Center, the two-story building will be located on a new development site at the corner of 7 Mile and Haggerty Roads. This expansion in both space and services offered will support the existing … Continue reading

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How Can We Improve Learner Success? (Feb.25)

UMHS Educator Learning Series and Leadership at All Levels series presents: How Can We Improve Learner Success?This session will be held on Tuesday: Feb. 25, from 2:30-3:30 p.m. at MCHC Auditorium.Speaker: William Gehring, Ph.D., U-M Arthur F. Thurnau Professor of … Continue reading

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Spark the Leader Within – How to be Better than Average (Feb. 11)

There is no such thing as a natural-born leader. We all have the potential to be a leader. Leadership is about taking responsibility for your actions, your inactions and most importantly, your faults.Learn more at "Spark the Leader Within – … Continue reading

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Leadership at All Levels – Brown Bag (Feb.7)

The Learning Collaborative: Development Opportunities for Staff will take place Feb. 7 at noon at the MCHC Auditorium.It is challenging to navigate the many staff development resources available in our Health System. This session will be led by members of … Continue reading

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Learn ways to Foster Student Success at the 2014 Depression on College Campuses Conference

How do colleges and universities define "success" for their students? While GPA is a traditional benchmark of student success, there are other outcomes which may be more important for long-term student wellbeing. Research shows that symptoms of depression predict retention … Continue reading

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Influencing Management and Peers (Feb.4)

To be successful in the workplace, you must be able to communicate effectively with your supervisors, and to do that you must understand their needs. Keen awareness of how your skills and roles meet the needs of others in your … Continue reading

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Writing With Power (Jan. 31 and Feb. 7)

To attract the attention of today’s busy readers, you must respond to their need for clarity and brevity in written communication. Learn to overcome “writer’s block,” and to recognize and avoid common mistakes to deliver information powerfully, persuasively, and professionally.You … Continue reading

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Virtual info session – Online certificate in Public Health (Jan. 30)

Join the staff of the Certificate in the Foundations of Public Health program for a one-hour virtual information session to learn about the unique features of online learning at the U-M School of Public Health, the benefits of the certificate … Continue reading

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Virtual info session – Online certificate in Public Health (Jan. 30)

Join the staff of the Certificate in the Foundations of Public Health program for a one-hour virtual information session to learn about the unique features of online learning at the U-M School of Public Health, the benefits of the certificate … Continue reading

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Say What? Improving Your Listening Skills (Jan. 8)

Good listening is an active process and a skill that must be learned. Come and receive valuable tools to improve listening skills in every situation.You will learn to:Recognize how the listening process worksIdentify several barriers that block accurate comprehensionUse reflection … Continue reading

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Supervisory essentials – U-M Policy and Compliance (Jan.7)

As a prerequisite to Foundations of Supervision I, this class focuses on the most important U-M policy and compliance issues of which all supervisors must be aware. University experts will discuss how best to work with legal guidelines and U-M … Continue reading

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Get it Done – Improve your performance by energizing your workday (Feb. 5)

Get it Done: Improve Your Performance by Energizing Your Workday will take place Wednesday, Feb. 5 from 1:30 – 4:30 p.m. in Gallery Room, Hatcher Graduate Library.The program is available at a special price of $99 with limited seating of … Continue reading

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Leadership at All Levels – Brown Bag (Dec.19)

What is authentic leadership and why does it matter? Learn to build trust and engage your team through your willingness to lead with greater authenticity at this leadership presentation. Sonya Jacobs, Training and Development Director will present on Dec. 19 … Continue reading

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Style Me NIH – Learning how to use Style Guides in MS Word (Jan.7)

Learn how to maximize the functionality of MS Word with a step by step guide to using the styles and themes features. We will create a style guide based on NIH font, margin, and size guidelines and discuss best practices … Continue reading

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Inserting Graphics into Grant Applications & Other Word Documents (Jan. 6)

This program takes place Monday, Jan. 6 from 9:30 a.m. – 11 a.m. at the Taubman Learning Center, 2802 Medical Sciences Building 2 1137 Catherine Street, Medical Campus.This workshop offers instruction on the efficient and proper placement of images, charts … Continue reading

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Leadership at All Levels – Brown Bag (Nov. 20)

The Leadership at All Levels – Brown Bag, "Thriving During Great Change: Stress Management for Leaders," will be presented by Dr. John Sonnega, MHealthy Manager Stress Management on Wednesday, Nov. 20 at Ford Auditorium from noon – 1 p.m.

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Thriving During Great Change – Stress Management for Leaders (Nov. 20)

This session will describe the guiding principles of the Mhealthy Thrive! program, and provide suggestions on how leaders can implement them to foster a psychologically healthy workplace. Ways to enhance resiliency will be explored and discussed. The theoretical framework of … Continue reading

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Leadership at All Levels – Brown Bag (Nov. 20)

The Leadership at All Levels – Brown Bag, "Thriving During Great Change: Stress Management for Leaders," will be presented by Dr. John Sonnega, MHealthy Manager Stress Management on Wednesday, Nov. 20 at Ford Auditorium from noon – 1 p.m.

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Thriving During Great Change – Stress Management for Leaders (Nov. 20)

This session will describe the guiding principles of the Mhealthy Thrive! program, and provide suggestions on how leaders can implement them to foster a psychologically healthy workplace. Ways to enhance resiliency will be explored and discussed. The theoretical framework of … Continue reading

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Leadership at All Levels – Brown Bag (Nov. 20)

The Leadership at All Levels – Brown Bag, "Thriving During Great Change: Stress Management for Leaders," will be presented by Dr. John Sonnega, MHealthy Manager Stress Management on Wednesday, Nov. 20 at Ford Auditorium from noon – 1 p.m.

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Thriving During Great Change – Stress Management for Leaders (Nov. 20)

This session will describe the guiding principles of the Mhealthy Thrive! program, and provide suggestions on how leaders can implement them to foster a psychologically healthy workplace. Ways to enhance resiliency will be explored and discussed. The theoretical framework of … Continue reading

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Leadership at All Levels – Brown Bag (Nov. 20)

The Leadership at All Levels – Brown Bag, "Thriving During Great Change: Stress Management for Leaders," will be presented by Dr. John Sonnega, MHealthy Manager Stress Management on Wednesday, Nov. 20 at Ford Auditorium from noon – 1 p.m.

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Thriving During Great Change – Stress Management for Leaders (Nov. 20)

This session will describe the guiding principles of the Mhealthy Thrive! program, and provide suggestions on how leaders can implement them to foster a psychologically healthy workplace. Ways to enhance resiliency will be explored and discussed. The theoretical framework of … Continue reading

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Leadership at All Levels – Brown Bag (Nov. 20)

The Leadership at All Levels – Brown Bag, "Thriving During Great Change: Stress Management for Leaders," will be presented by Dr. John Sonnega, MHealthy Manager Stress Management on Wednesday, Nov. 20 at Ford Auditorium from noon – 1 p.m.

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Thriving During Great Change – Stress Management for Leaders (Nov. 20)

This session will describe the guiding principles of the Mhealthy Thrive! program, and provide suggestions on how leaders can implement them to foster a psychologically healthy workplace. Ways to enhance resiliency will be explored and discussed. The theoretical framework of … Continue reading

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Implementing Daily Huddles panel today

A number of UMHS units have had markedly increased success in staff communication, recognition and overall employee engagement since they implemented the Go Blue Daily Huddle. Come and hear how they did it, the challenges they may have faced, and … Continue reading

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Progressive Presentation Techniques for Faculty (Feb. 20)

Do you want to improve your presentation skills both in the classroom and at conferences? Join us for this advanced workshop facilitated by Joanna Sabo, Ph.D., principal consultant of Beyond Interactive Training, LLC. Progressive Presentation Techniques for Faculty will be … Continue reading

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Teaching Quality Improvement and Patient Safety in the Context of Everyday Clinical Work (March 18)

This workshop will help faculty teach and model basic Quality Improvement and Patient Safety (QI/PS) principles in everyday clinical work. Faculty are the most important teachers in this environment and having faculty teach basic QI/PS is increasingly important as national … Continue reading

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Finance for Faculty (Feb. 11)

Join us to discover what you need to know as a faculty member about the flow of funds through the Medical School and how to manage your own funding dollars. Facilitated by Matt Comstock, senior finance executive for the Medical … Continue reading

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Teaching Quality Improvement and Patient Safety in the Context of Everyday Clinical Work (March 18)

This workshop will help faculty teach and model basic Quality Improvement and Patient Safety (QI/PS) principles in everyday clinical work. Faculty are the most important teachers in this environment and having faculty teach basic QI/PS is increasingly important as national … Continue reading

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Finance for Faculty (Feb. 11)

Join us to discover what you need to know as a faculty member about the flow of funds through the Medical School and how to manage your own funding dollars. Facilitated by Matt Comstock, senior finance executive for the Medical … Continue reading

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