What makes a leader skillful and successful? Explore articles, training materials, and inspiring stories to cultivate your ability to lead in any role you may hold at U-M.
The ADVANCE Program aims to improve the University of Michigan’s campus environment in:
- Recruitment: Development and use of equitable recruiting practices.
- Retention: Preemptive strategies to prevent the loss of valued faculty.
- Climate: Improvement of departmental climate.
- Leadership: Support for development of leadership skills and opportunities as well as on support for development of skills among all academic leaders.
Find programs and other resources for women faculty and other under-represented groups on the ADVANCE website.
Clear speech is essential for success in today's global workforce. Communication and language barriers often block people from reaching their personal and professional goals. This company provides training for groups or individuals on speaking English with clarity and precision and can help you communicate better.
A community of experts and practitioners dedicated to sharing the best, most practical information about developing and delivering face-to-face and online presentations. The ability to create and deliver persuasive presentations plays a crucial role in the career advancement and income levels of business people across disciplines.
If you want to improve your public speaking skills, there are many Toastmasters groups in the local area. You can even start a club of your own.
This program seeks to develop in you the leadership competencies necessary to lead in an ever-changing health care environment. The target audience is mid-level managers with programmatic responsibilities.
Check the program website for the next available session.
Resources on how to address the 7 crucial conversations in healthcare.
This study reports on the 7 crucial conversations that people in healthcare frequently fail to have, setting the stage for errors.
The first module in a series of leadership workshop materials from Health System Human Resources.
The second module in a series of leadership workshop materials from Health System Human Resources.
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