Leader as a Storyteller: Oscar Dubon - 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.
IT Leadership Program: Leadership Reflections Series - 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...
Campus Communications Hacks: No-cost Ways to Improve Your Communications - 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.
Leader as Storyteller: Larry Conrad - 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.
Leader as Storyteller: Cathy Koshland - 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!
Leader as Storyteller: Tsu-Jae King Liu - The Wisdom Café had the opportunity to sit down with UC Berkeley's new Vice Provost of Academic and Space Planning, Tsu-Jae King Liu, and discuss her career path, her beliefs, and more.
Implementing New Business Processes: Setting up Road Signs - Okay so you’ve documented the as-is process, you’ve determined your pain points, you’ve engaged all your downstream and upstream partners, and you have a brand new agreed-upon process ready to launch. You train all your staff. You modify forms and systems You give everyone a… Read more...
Leader as Storyteller: Fiona Doyle - The Wisdom Café had the privilege of sitting down with UC Berkeley’s Dean of the Graduate Division, Fiona Doyle, and she shared with us some experiences and lessons learned from her career. Check out the interview below!
Why We Need Mindfulness at Work (interview with Jason Marsh) - In this age of constant distractions and long hours, it’s difficult to find even a few minutes of time to reflect. Yet finding that time and space can help ease the stresses of your demanding working life. Peter Jaret of BerkeleyWellness interviewed Jason Marsh, director of programs for the Greater Good Science Center (GGSC), about the benefits of mindfulness at work, which will be the topic of our upcoming conference hosted by the GGSC on Nov. 13-14, 2015 in Berkeley, California.
Q&A with Brandi Pearce on the Science of Teams - We sat down with Dr. Brandi Pearce, Haas’ Lecturer and Director of Team Performance and Research to talk about the benefits and drawbacks of collaborating in teams, the team lifecycle, and what elements contribute to team effectiveness.
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