OWIMS Weekly Links & News - September 5-9
Targeted towards early-career
women faculty (Instructors and Assistant Professors) in the first 5-years of faculty
appointment, the professional development fellowship is six days in total
spread over the next six months and will include these sessions. The deadline is September 30th.
Visit the ECPDW page for more information and the application form, at http://www.wakehealth.edu/School/OWIMS/ECDPW.htm.
Development for Women Leaders Program
First session: September 13 (10am-5pm) on Team Building
Event Audience: CDWL Program participants
Career Development Workshop for Women Faculty,
Residents, Fellows, Students and APPs
September 19, 9:00-Noon 1:00-4:00 (repeat)
Networking lunch (provided) for AM & PM
workshop participants, Noon-1pm
Conflict Is Not a Dirty Word
International Keynote/Motivational Speaker, Corporate Trainer & Author
Ms. Fox will delve into the CONFLICT
chapter of her new book Finding
Your Moxie: Myths and Lies Successful Women Kick to the Curb. In person attendees, limited to 50 per session,
will receive a free copy of the book.
Video conference is also available if unable to
attend in person.
Please note your preference when registering
(required), by Sept 14, 2016. Register here: http://j.mp/28ROqDH
Lunch and Learn Seminar Open to All Faculty
26, Noon-1:00 pm (lunch provided)
The Importance of Parental Leave: Learning from Bank of
America’s new Parental Leave Policy
Erika Ross, SVP, Benefits Executive, US Health, Wellness
and Life Management, Bank of America
America believes that the way they value and support their employees is a
reflection of who they are as a company. The bank works to provide
resources and programs to support employees in the moments that matter most –
including when they welcome a new child into their family. In this
session, learn about the enhancements Bank of America made in 2016 to its
Parental Leave program.
Video conference is also available
if unable to attend in person.
Registration required by October 19 at https://redcap.tsi.wfubmc.edu/redcap/surveys/?s=W4XL3LN8R9.
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Center for Creative Leading Effectively: August 16, 2016
Beyond Diversity Programs: Using Big Data to Address Bias
Unless You're Oprah, 'Be Yourself' Is Terrible Advice
The Simple Yet Overlooked Key To Great Communication
For Delegation to Work, It Has to Come with Coaching: Senior leaders want to
believe that delegating a task is as easy as flipping a switch. Simply provide
clear instructions and you are instantly relieved of responsibility, giving
you more time in your schedule. That's the dream. In
reality, we all know it almost never works that way.
Signs You're Successful-Even If It Doesn't Feel Like It
5 Habits Of Great Leaders
Pay Gap Reverses