Hi Everyone, We would like to draw your attention to our upcoming classes: May 2: WORKPLACE CIVILITY: RESPECT IN ACTIONUpcoming Civility Related Classes Learn practical steps for promoting civility at work, including guidelines for considerate conduct and ideas for creating a more inclusive work environment.… Read more…
We had a very successful kick-off to our new program “Thriving as a Manager at Berkeley” with about 100 managers participating! Homa Bahrami, a Senior Lecturer at the Haas School of Business, started us off interviewing Carol Christ, our Interim Executive Vice Chancellor and Provost… Read more…
There are many ways to communicate! These posts feature some tools and tips for how to do that in your work at UC Berkeley.
To help you get the maximum benefit out of Lynda.com, we are going to feature videos that we think you will find interesting, relevant and informative. We are especially interesting in sharing what your peers and colleagues are checking out and “liking”.
The Wisdom Café sat down to talk to UC Berkeley’s Associate Vice Chancellor for Information Technology and Chief Information Officer, Larry Conrad. We discussed his career path and his ideas for leadership and management here at UC Berkeley.
Flyer for this event available here. Campus finance professionals, As the demand for financial analysis and problem-solving skills continues to increase, UC Berkeley is looking to the finance community to play a leading role in helping the campus achieve its strategic and financial goals. To… Read more…
There’s lots of content for our new “Creativity and Innovation” Spotlight! Check out our latest posts and resources, and read about ways to be innovative and creative in the workplace to improve your work experience at UC Berkeley.
The Wisdom Café sat down with Cathy Koshland, UC Berkeley’s Vice Chancellor for Undergraduate Education, to discuss her career story and her views on how to be a leader. Check out the interview below!
Creativity is about challenging ourselves to think in new ways, and to be willing to explore places and spaces we think we already know well, or those we have never before visited. Just as important, creativity is also about basic things like developing good work habits, perseverance, and the absolute—fearless, in fact—willingness to try, and to try again. Most importantly, all of this must be grounded in ethics and values.
Luis Hernández is an Academic Achievement Counselor with Cal Veterans, where his experiences as a veteran and Cal alumnus inform his work everyday. The Wisdom Café sat down with Luis, who shared his story as a first-generation immigrant, veteran, and Cal alum, in order to understand the crucial role he plays in the campus and staff communities.