2015-16 Management Seminar Series


DEANS, DIRECTORS, DEPARTMENT CHAIRS, AND ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICERS

Dear Colleagues:

I am pleased to invite campus leaders, including faculty, managers, and senior professional staff, to participate in the 2015-16 Management Seminar Series. The theme of this year’s new series is “Organizational Engagement: Fostering Commitment, Caring, and Contribution through Leadership,” and it continues our partnership with UCLA Anderson’s Executive Education Program.

The program is uniquely designed to foster engagement and maintain high-performing teams in a rapidly evolving work environment. It features presentations by national experts in their fields and interactive dialogue with campus peers and colleagues.

Quarterly sessions are offered on the following topics:

Building Connections for Personal and Organizational Success
Adjunct Professor Robert McCann

October 14, 2015

Creating a Culture of Inspiration
Adjunct Associate Professor Iris Firstenberg

December 2, 2015

Living the Brand
Associate Professor Suzanne Shu

February 17, 2016

Storytelling
Dean Teri Schwartz

March 16, 2016

For more information about the series, review our eBrochure. To enroll, please visit the UC Learning Center and select the Management Seminar Series category.

Package enrollments enjoy priority, since space is limited. Departments may reserve a package and designate different participants for individual seminars, provided they notify us in advance of their participation. The fee for a complete Seminar Series Package is $500 and $188 for individual seminars.

We appreciate your ongoing support of CHR Training and Development efforts to enhance leadership preparation. Please contact the Training Desk (training@chr.ucla.edu) for enrollment assistance and Rejeana Mathis (rmathis@chr.ucla.edu) for program information.

We look forward to seeing you at the 2015-16 Management Seminar Series.

Sincerely,

Lubbe Levin
Associate Vice Chancellor, Campus Human Resources
Interim Chief Human Resources Officer, Health Sciences

Rich Text Porlet

Related Information

eBrochure

UC Learning Center