I’m leaving my full time job at the university after 21 years here. This was my first employer right after college and have been here ever since. Helen Norris, who worked here for many years, wrote a piece about how everyone talks about your first… Read more…
The Wisdom Café sat down with Paul Alivisatos, UC Berkeley’s Executive Vice Chancellor and Provost, to talk about his career path and what it means to be a leader.
by Jo Mackness // Appreciation is so very easy, but so few of us do it and even fewer do it well. Why is that? To us, appreciation is not the mere act of checking a box and crossing another item off your endless to-do… Read more…
The Wisdom Café sat down with Marc Fisher, UC Berkeley’s Vice Chancellor of Administration, to talk about his career path and what it means to be a leader.
One of the aspects of the curtailment break that I enjoy most is having the ability to recharge and get inspired for a new semester and a new year. This inspiration for me comes from being with family and friends, taking a slower pace, listening… Read more…
Happy New Year!! As we return to work, hopefully feeling rested and rejuvenated as a result of some much needed and deserved “downtime”, we are given the gift of a New Year, a special time in our annual academic cycle that is replete with so… Read more…
The Wisdom Café sat down with Claudia Covello, UC Berkeley University Health Services Executive Director, to talk about her career path and what it means to be a leader.
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.
Since starting the ITLP program in 2012, UC Berkeley has had more than 47 graduates of the IT Leadership Program (ITLP). Participants include campus-wide IT professionals. MOR Associates was chosen as the training platform for our IT professionals. MOR Associates has been supporting, advising and… Read more…
by Kim Jarboe LaPean — I confess to employing a little bit of clickbait in this headline because, in fact, I know nothing is free. Time is a valuable commodity. When you recognize how valuable and finite your time is, you have a better perspective on how to focus your efforts for maximum impact. While these strategies require an investment in time, they won’t require extra budget dollars. They don’t even require a communications team. Communications is a specialized field, yet I would argue that each of you is a communicator and could benefit from these tips.
- for your community
- for your future
- spotlight back to school
- career development
- michelle bautista
- terrie moore
- leader as storyteller
- kathleen valerio
- career story
- tom holub
- owning your career
- doing your job
- professional development
- take 5
- elizabeth wilcox