In the workforce today, and the impact changes have on our lives, employees may be feeling anxious. To support them in successfully navigating through these changes, whether personal or professional, participating in employee development courses, such as "Martial Arts of the Minds," will provide them with the confidence, tools and mindset to conquer the challenges they encounter.
Genuine leadership is supportive, not coercive. The true leader tries to lead others, not to drive them. Leadership means vision first and above everything; action, second. Always remember that people are more important than things. Leadership is not to be confused with mere position.
Registration is through Canvas, for 2020-2021 most courses will only be offered through Intact Teams.
The School of Medicine Supervisory Academy strives to prepare and develop newly promoted and new to Stanford supervisors at all levels in their careers. Become a more effective and successful leader as we share best practices and identify solutions as you manage your teams. Utilize case studies and role playing in order to increase leadership confidence and expertise.
Registration will be available in CANVAS for FY22 beginning in September 2021.
"(This course) was fabulous and Cara's enthusiasm for her role in contributing to improving employee experiences was palpable. The course demonstrated to my team that career growth is much more than a linear promotion path. This concept was new to many on my team. I surveyed the attendees after the session and all of them were extremely enthusiastic."
-Carolyn Heller, DFA, Byers Center for Biodesign
LEAP Pilot Program
"Thank you so much for teaching this class. I really appreciate the advice and examples that we were given in this course on how to solicit and respond to feedback. I would love to take more courses like this to continue improving my performance."
-LEAP Program Pilot Participant
Team Retreat: Strategy Development
"Thank you for facilitating during the 2021 retreat. Your session was excellent and meaningful to us. I am sure it will carry us throughout the academic year."
-Denishia Clark, Associate Director for BioSci Careers & Ambassadors
Please engage with these offerings and let us know any feedback, ideas, or questions: Anonymously here.
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