The Science and Skills for Becoming an Effective Team Member:
The Concept of Followership
May 12, 2021
12:00 – 1:30 p.m.
Please join us for an engaging event about identifying followership in the workplace; building skills for effective team building, advocacy, or conflict resolution; and establishing a goal for using these skills and theories in the workplace.
12:00 – Overview of Followership, Penny Archuleta, MA, Physician Talent Development Consultant, CHCO
12:30 – Breakout Sessions
1:00 – Regroup for Conclusion
Diversity Search & Hiring:
Best Practices to Conduct an Inclusive and Compliant Search
June 22, 2021
12:00 – 1:00
Please join use for an engaging event that will identify strategies to ensure an inclusive search process; implement best practices to diversify the applicant pool; comply with federal and university policies; and utilize strategies to negate unconscious bias through the hiring process.
12:00 – Presentations by Teresa Hernandez, Diversity Search and Outreach Program Manager, CU Boulder and David Pacheco, JD, Affirmative Action Officer, Office of the CHRO, CU Boulder.
12:30 – Review examples of job description and score sheet for ranking applicants.
12:45 – Open discussion, Q & A
A faculty working group for instructors, senior instructors, and APPs of any years of experience.
A faculty working group for PhD research faculty of all ranks and years of experience.
A working group for faculty with up to seven years of faculty experience in their fields. The group focuses on supporting early career faculty including with topics that include mentoring, training, and resources necessary as they begin to define their career paths.
A working group that supports faculty who generally have between seven and thirteen years of total experience in their field, regardless of rank or institution. A maximum of 6 members will be elected for a three-year term. The primary charter for this group includes pathway to professor planning, resourcing, and mentoring, increasing awareness of specific faculty needs, provider wellness, and growing networking opportunities across fields and ranks.
A working group that supports faculty who generally have more than thirteen years of total experience in their field, regardless of rank or institution. A maximum of 6 members will be elected for a three-year term. The primary charter for this group includes identifying and raising awareness of specific faculty needs, provider wellness, generating new opportunities for connections to earlier-career faculty, succession planning, long-range planning including career transition and retirement, and emeritus faculty engagement.