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How can leaders create a workplace where “how things really get done” matches “how things should get done”? Two experts in industrial-organizational psychology — Kecia Thomas, Ph.D., dean of the College of Arts and Sciences, and C. Allen Gorman, Ph.D., chair of the Department of Management, Information Systems and Quantitative Methods — offer five ways to make it happen.

Get answers to some of the more frequently asked questions about the COVID-19 voluntary vaccine incentive.

A new program from the UAB Career Center has reached more than 160 faculty and staff with information on how to best support students in achieving post-graduation success.
Are you Analytical or an Enthusiast? Amiable or a Controller? Find helpful advice for any workplace personality in Handling Workplace Change as an Employee, a free on-demand course for UAB employees through LinkedIn Learning.

The free toolkit, with validated data resources and original source documents, is housed in UAB’s Canvas platform and accessible with a Blazer ID.

Discover how the latest class in UAB’s flagship leadership development program for high-potential faculty and staff responded to the pandemic; nominations for fall 2021 class are open now.
Many Americans say they want to “make sure the shot is safe” before getting vaccinated. That data is already in, says Paul Goepfert, M.D., and vaccine experts are confident that there won't be long-term side effects.

Proposing a new program or initiative in your area? Assistant Professor J. Nicholas Dionne-Odom, Ph.D., of the School of Nursing, shares insider advice that can make any piece of writing more compelling.

Learn ways to re-invent existing office processes, ace performance reviews, find coaching and develop empathy.

One highlight is an interactive self-care plan that enables users to set goals and track their healthy habits, activities and mood each day.

With UAB’s fiscal year approaching the midpoint, now is a great time to review best practices and hear from a panel of employee supervisors about coaching and development planning 9 a.m. April 21.

Lectures, art exhibits, concerts, add-drop deadlines and more can all be found at calendar.uab.edu. Matt Cuthbert, UAB’s resident calendar expert, offers tips for using the calendar most effectively.

Career Wise sessions starting April 7 can help clarify professional objectives and identify co-mentoring groups.

Check out these networking tips, portable skills, career mapping advice and more words of wisdom UAB staff shared in February’s “Taking Charge of Your Career” forum.
Meet the latest class in UAB’s flagship leadership development program for high-potential faculty and staff; nominations for fall 2021 will open this summer.

B Well UAB helps students easily access resources on mobile devices and build a self-care plan that encourages healthy habits.

Build your brand, influence, resilience and more with new and returning series from Learning and Development, including Coaching Circles and a five-part training for new managers.

Blazers Bounce Back, which has helped thousands of students develop resiliency skills, will be available to all UAB students in Canvas during the spring semester.

The certification, normally $1,500, is $650 for students and $750 for nonstudents.

Powerful discussions and vulnerability in this pandemic-inspired series keep UAB leaders connected and inspired.

See the must-share UAB memes going over big online and get tips on making your own GIF empire.

UAB’s flagship training program for high-potential faculty and staff is accepting nominations for its 2021 cohort through the end of November. Three alumni share what mentoring has meant for them.

Tina Simpson, M.D., director of Faculty Development in the Department of Pediatrics, explains the training and other resources available from her office.

UAB’s flagship leadership development program for high-potential faculty and staff is accepting applications for its Class of 2021 through the end of November.

At UAB, Alicia Booker helps unpack the meaning in struggle and defuse tension.

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