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Addressing Unprofessional Behavior: A Workshop for Leaders

8:00 a.m.-10:00 a.m.

Designed to enhance leadership skills to navigate and address complex interpersonal situations that may arise in professional settings.

This program will utilize interactive techniques to walk leaders through a series of challenges that they should be prepared to face in the establishment of a culture of inclusivity and civility within their areas.

For faculty leaders at the School of Medicine.

Dates: Wednesdays, April 24 & May 1, 2024

Time: 8 – 10 a.m. CDT

Location: MCC 12401, Dean’s Executive Board Room

Learning Objectives

  • Enhance leadership skills in navigating highly complex performance and emotionally charged challenges for an inclusive and civil culture
  • Provide tools to rapidly address and manage complex behavioral situations
  • Increase understanding of the multifaceted interaction of policies and practices that exist within our academic medical center

Benefits of Participation

  • Practice the techniques necessary to address behaviors that are not aligned with a culture of inclusivity and civility
  • Learn to ensure appropriate outcomes in managing potentially volatile situations
  • Navigate best practices for managing and monitoring culture in the workplace

This workshop consists of two 2-hour sessions and are in person.
Participants must attend both sessions.

Facilitated by Leanne Stewart & Nannette Vaughn, WUSTL HR
Hosted by Renée Shellhaas, Associate Dean for Faculty Promotions & Career Development

Register Here. Space is limited.