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Category: Coaching & Mentoring

Infographic: The SMART Way to Achieve Your Goals

The New Year is a perfect time to take stock of your career goals. If you find yourself year after year feeling disheartened about not achieving the goals set, there may be a flaw in your strategy. Use goals to achieve success  Goal setting is often challenging and may take several attempts to establish. A […]

December 31, 2020

Infographic: Managing Multiple Generations in Today’s Environment

For the first time in human history, there are four generations regularly interacting, making our workplaces and educational spaces truly intergenerational. Based on varied formative experiences, generational preferences, and perspectives, each generation has their own set of expectations for professional interactions. Here’s a brief infographic to help explain each generations personality (view a printable version of […]

December 10, 2019

Managing Multiple Generations

Infographic: Signs You’re on the Road to Experiencing the Imposter Phenomenon

High achievers radiate confidence. But lurking behind that self-assurance can be a feeling of inadequacy. Why? Because when you hold yourself to unrealistic or unsustainable standards, you leave yourself open to feeling like a fraud, or an imposter. If you answer “yes” to any of these questions, you may be on the road to experiencing […]

November 5, 2019

Imposter Phenomenon

Infographic: How to Be a Supermentee

Having a mentor isn’t enough – you, the mentee, have to invest in the partnership to make sure you get the most out of it. Check out this infographic to see what a mentee’s role needs to be (view a printable version of this infographic). >> Download a printable version of this infographic. No ratings […]

October 22, 2019

SUPERMENTEE

THRIVE: Success strategies for the modern-day faculty member

A new resource is available to help faculty succeed! THRIVE is a collection of more than 50 ideas for fast, focused professional development, created by experts across UNMC — the people who walk in your shoes. One- to two-page briefs were designed to be absorbed and implemented immediately in your work as an educator, clinician, […]

October 16, 2019

9 Tips for New Faculty Success

A career in academic health sciences is a different experience than many out there — and it requires careful planning to move forward. For new faculty, understanding the key elements that will help them succeed is pivotal. Check out this infographic explaining what every new faculty member needs to know. Download a printable version. 5/5 […]

September 20, 2018

What to look for in employees successful at flex work schedules

In modern health science education and academic medical centers, often not all the work is done at the work place. Technology and video conferencing have made remote working much more reliable, efficient and productive. But, not all employees or jobs are well-suited for working remotely. Leading organizations however, are developing creative and flexible work situations […]

February 18, 2018

Performance Reviews: Try the GROW Coaching Model

Performance review season is coming up and leaders may benefit from using COACHING techniques for better outcomes. The GROW model is outlined below with some sample coaching questions to incorporate into the dialogue. Goal(s) What would you like to get out of this discussion? What would be the most helpful for you to take away […]

February 15, 2018

Coaching: Developing Faculty and Academic Talent

COACHING for peak professional performance is making a strong appearance in academic health science organizations. But, use of the word coaching can be confusing with so many applications including life coaching, academic coaching, and peer coaching. The following infographic offers a snapshot of the defining features of TALENT DEVELOPMENT COACHING. Talent coaching is an investment in […]

October 10, 2017

Getting Students and Residents to THINK

Here are two favorite resources to engage students and residents in a different and creative way – beyond books, journal articles, and facts—to develop thinking, observation, and richer perspectives on the art and practice of healing, health, and wellness. Pulse: Voices from the Heart of Medicine Pulse has an extensive collection of personal accounts of […]

January 5, 2017