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Faculty Professional and Leadership Skills Development Series 2017-18 Session II: Identifying Conflict Styles and Managing Conflict Effectively
February 8, 2018, 7:00 AM - 8:30 AM EST
This open enrollment program targets faculty development, leadership and professional skills necessary in academic roles that include teaching, research and service. The program welcomes any faculty level including tenure track, non-tenure track, fixed term, contract, and adjunct. The series will start with a discovery discussion on the on the career planning and professional skills necessary for faculty roles regarding collaboration and relationship building with colleagues, staff, students and others. The next series of leadership topics will apply to early, new, mid-career and senior faculty. Participants will learn leadership concepts and models, build specific skills, and practice mastery of those skills through real case studies and small group mentoring and coaching.
Sessions: Thursdays, 12:00-1:30 PM (buffet lunch served)
304 Wilson Library (bottom floor next to Music Library)
New and Early Careers; Mid-Career and Senior Faculty (Open Enrollment, Late Fall 2017)
Sessions I, II, III, and IV – Learning Objectives
Building Relationships with Others
These next four sessions focus on enhancing your interpersonal relationships. We will start with a refresh regarding your active listening skills that serves as the backbone for interacting effectively. Your understanding about why you would give feedback and how to give feedback offers ways you can address the nuances about how others hear and respond to feedback. Creating a culture and commitment for giving feedback productively allows the flow of work and creativity to move forward and increase learning from our shared and different experiences.
We will define and demystify conflict through identifying conflict styles for you individually and the possible styles of others. Identifying styles, helps to build conversations that are sensitive to others and effectively address, resolve and engage creative solutions.
Our work in understanding the elements and dynamics that foster collaboration will energize teams and other group meetings and discussions. We will address the key factors and actions that define collaboration and serve as guiding principles.
Meetings are our common vehicles to collaborate and communicate about a variety of topics. We will focus on how to plan and build an agenda, how to facilitate productive meetings and how to determine the key steps for follow-up actions to ensure dynamic and productive meetings.
|February 8, 2018
12:00 to 1:30pm