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By Breeonne Baxter on January 25, 2018
UBC has a number of resources available for leaders and managers who are looking for additional support during times of organizational change.
HR’s Organizational Development consultants are available to work with you as thought partners in identifying the scope of a change initiative. We also have resources to facilitate a group process to help a team or unit explore issues surrounding change. Contact us at email@example.com, or learn more at http://www.hr.ubc.ca/learning-engagement/workplace-team-solutions/organizational-change-management/.
UBC has complied a list of preferred vendors for organizational change management. Vendors represent consulting firms that specialize in organizational change management consulting and are accessible to all departments and faculties.
Visit https://finance.ubc.ca/vendor/organizational-change-management to see the list of prequalified change management services suppliers.
By Susanna Mulligan on December 7, 2017
Being accountable is more than just being responsible. In addition to prioritizing, setting expectations, staying focused, and overcoming excuses, being accountable is also finding the motivation to do difficult things. Watch this short lynda.com video called “Tap into your motivation” to learn three strategies that will help you identify what drives you and the reasons behind your motivation, so that you can increase your accountability.
Visit our lynda.ubc.ca site to learn more about this subject and to find associated resources.
By Breeonne Baxter on August 3, 2017
Applications for the 2017/18 UBC Community Leadership Program (CLP) are due by Aug. 18, 2017. This is a great program for emerging leaders at UBC, and one that you may want to recommend to employees in your department as a professional development program.
By Breeonne Baxter on August 18, 2016
Learning with Lynda.com is a feature in HR Network News to offer you quick learning tips for use in the workplace. Each video is a few minutes in length, and is intended to help you pick up a few tips on a specific subject. UBC employees have free access to lynda.com – visit lynda.ubc.ca for more information.
When UBC’s new president Professor Santa Ono introduced himself to the UBC community, he emphasized his commitment as a servant leader who works on behalf of the entire UBC community. Helping others succeed and focusing on the people and communities within an organization are main attributes of servant leadership. Understand more about this leadership style, and discover five traits of servant leaders, in this short Lynda.com video: Becoming a Servant Leader.
(you will be prompted to login with your CWL. Click on the top video screenshot for one-time viewing or select subscribe to entire playlist to add this learning series to your free lynda.com learning account for future reference.)
We can all exhibit servant leadership, regardless of our role at the university. How does servant leadership resonate with you and in what ways do you see it in action at UBC?
Learn more great tips in the full course: New Manager Fundamentals (1h 12m)
Having trouble with lynda.com? Can’t login? Email firstname.lastname@example.org and we will assist you.
By Breeonne Baxter on July 21, 2016
Are you interested in exploring what leadership means to you and how to build your skills while giving back to your community?
The Community Leadership Program is a professional development opportunity for UBC staff to explore the meaning of leadership through a series of interactive, participatory workshops. Participant leaders apply and practice new skills and knowledge by leading a group of UBC undergraduate students through a three-day community-service learning project in a school or non-profit organization during UBC’s Reading Week break in February, 2017. In addition to learning about leadership, project leaders assist UBC students to cultivate their own leadership capacity and reflect on some of the real issues in community.
Take part in our free information session:
July 26, 12:00 p.m.
Room 610, 6190 Agronomy Road
By Breeonne Baxter on August 6, 2015
Please share this with your staff
Are you interested in community service learning? The Community Leadership Program is a professional development opportunity for UBC staff to mentor and lead a group of UBC undergraduate students through a three-day community-service learning project in a school or non-profit organization during the UBC Reading Week break in February, 2016.
The application deadline is Sept. 4, 2015. For full information on the program, please visit the CLP website at http://clp.ubc.ca.