“Respect Works Here” was the theme for the most recent Gator Business Administrator Services (GBAS) Institute, held at Emerson Alumni Hall in November. The event was kicked off by UFHR Vice President Jodi Gentry, who spoke about the importance of developing skills to facilitate and promote civil conversations in the workplace.
Join the GBAS Mentoring Program and expand your network and skill set with other campus professionals (“Campus Pros”). As part of the program, you will participate in a community of practice, build your network and connect with others doing similar work.
The GBAS workshop will provide a hands-on experience using tools for analytical problem solving and decision making.
GBAS event to address leadership, power and influence, gender differences, and organizational behavior
Gator Business Administrator Services (GBAS) will host a leadership development event on June 16 from 1 to 3 p.m. Elias Eldayrie, vice president and chief information officer for the University of Florida, will present his perspectives on leadership.
Katie Prevatt and Max Williams recently received the 2016 Gator Business Administrator Services (GBAS) Credentialing Award.
Collaborate with your GBAS tribe members in the highly anticipated GBAS Jungle “SURVIVOR” Quest and discover your natural critical thinking tendency. This event will be held on April 28 from 8:30am to 3:30 p.m. at the Reitz Union.