Professional development is fundamental to succeeding in the workplace! These posts feature some tools and tips on how to achieve this in your work at UC Berkeley.
by Susie Hill – In pursuing my own professional development, I first have to step on some A.N.T.S (Automatic Negative Thinking) according to Daniel Amen . But luckily, my being nosy got me to peruse the UC Berkeley website when I first started working here, and that lead me to find the Berkeley Staff Assembly and the Wisdom Café website, a one stop shop to gather information for your professional development needs.
by Marlita Khan – One of the best things I’ve done here at Berkeley is to become involved in Communities of Practice (COPs). What are COPs? COPs bring together staff with similar professional interests, and serve as a community to share knowledge and offer professional development.
The Wisdom Café sat down to talk to UC Berkeley’s new Vice Chancellor for Equity & Inclusion, Oscar Dubon. We discussed his career path and his ideas for leadership and management here at UC Berkeley.
Workshops about significant career-planning and career-communication topics are available for registration. The schedule of workshops starts soon – over the period from August through November.
The UC Berkeley Retirement Center is pleased to announce our retirement planning programs beginning in September 2017.
Be Well at Work Faculty/Staff Health Programs improve employee health and well-being, leading to a more engaged and productive workforce.
Share with your colleagues at the Next Opportunties for Work (NOW) Conference 2017!
We had our 2nd session of the “Thriving as a Manager at Berkeley” program focused on the concept of Growth Mindsets. We were led by Laura Kray, a faculty member at the Haas School of Business who teaches on this topic, and Jo Mackness, our… Read more…
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…