Category: Learn and Grow
Explore some of the special talents neurodiverse people bring to the workforce as well as best practices to accommodate employees’ challenges.
Join your UF colleagues at CxUF — a free, virtual professional development conference for financial, human resources, research and academic professionals.
The Inspiring Women Leaders Workshop Series will provide a dynamic, interactive experience designed to empower women to become influential leaders in their fields.
UF faculty and staff who wish to take college courses through the EEP during the fall semester are encouraged to visit the program website.
In a recent CNBC interview, David Reed, Ph.D., director of UF’s Artificial Intelligence Academic Initiative Center, also known as AI2, discussed how artificial intelligence can support one’s career development. To help UF faculty and staff in their professional journey, UFHR Training & Organizational Development and AI2 are offering Artificial Intelligence in the Workplace: Unlocking Productivity and Innovation, an AI training for beginners, on June 26 at 2 p.m.
The deadline to submit proposals for the CxUF conferences is June 1 at midnight.
UF leaders — including faculty, staff, and business and research administrators — are invited to submit proposals to the Connected by UF conference by June 1.
Assistant Director of Youth Compliance Sophia Andrews will present in the next UF Compliance and Ethics Learn over Lunch series on May 23.
Register for Neurodiversity in the Workplace, on June 2 at 9 a.m., to learn how neurological differences can strengthen your workplace.
Find out how the ALAP program helped Thiyagarajah become a more effective leader at the University of Florida.
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