Past Events & Programs
Academic Year 2018 - 2019
Faculty Development Seminar: Leadership SeriesNo Official Title? No Problem! Influencing Without Authority
Date: Tuesday, January 29, 2019
Speaker: Ank Stuyfzand, LLM, MAOL, PCC, Clinical Professor of
Management, Sawyer Business School
This interactive workshop exlplored the key factors for becoming more influential; ways to build credibility, strengthen relationships, and enhance your communication style... all to increase your ability to influence those critical to your success.
Faculty Development Seminar: Work-Life Balance SeriesManaging Parenthood and Your Career: Transitioning to Parenthood
Sponsored by the Center for Faculty Development and the Office for Women's Careers
Date: Wednesday, December 12, 2018
Leonora Balaj, PhD, Instructor of Neurosurgery, HMS; Co-investigator in the
Carter Lab, MGH
Jenna Galloway, PhD, Assistant Professor of Biology at the Center for
Regenerative Medicine and the Department of Orthopaedic Surgery at
MGH and HMS
Emily Hyle, MD, MSc, Assistant Professor of Medicine, HMS; Infectious
Disease Physician, MGH; Clinical Investigator, Medical Practice Evaluation
The Center for Faculty Development and the Office for Women's Careers hosted a panel discussion on work-life balance and keeping your career on track during the first years of parenthood. Discussion topics included navigating the first months of parenthood, returning from parental leave, choosing/finding childcare that works for your career and family, and time management as a parent of infants and toddlers.
Faculty Development Seminar: Leadership SeriesDeveloping Presence
Date: November 14, 2018
Facilitator: Angie O’Donnell, MBA, Co-Founder, 3D Leadership Group
Today's leaders need more than a great resume, they need Presence - the ability to connect, inspire and influence others at all levels.
In this workshop, participants learned three elements of Presence that apply to everyone and can easily be learned and refined. Participants left with some tips and techniques for: creating a positive first impression, enhancing verbal presence and being intentional about connecting with others.
Faculty Development Seminar: Career Advancement SeriesClaflin Distinguished Scholar Awards Panel Discussion
Co-Sponsored by the Office for Women's Careers and the Office for Research Career Development
Date: September 25, 2018
Esther E. Freeman, MD, PhD, Assistant Professor, Department of
Dermatology, 2017 Claflin Award Winner
Gina R. Kruse, MD, MS, MPH, Assistant Professor, Department of Medicine,
2016 Claflin Award Winner
Karen K. Miller, MD, Professor, Department of Medicine, Co-Chair, ECOR
review committee, 1999 Claflin Award Winner
Moderator: Ann M. Skoczenski, PhD, Senior Program Manager, Department
of Medicine, Director, Office for Women's Careers
Would you like to know more about the Claflin Distinguished Scholar Awards?
These awards are designed to provide bridge funding for junior faculty women to sustain research productivity during the child-rearing years with the intention of advancing women in academic medicine.
This discussion had covered: information on how the award can help advance your career; advice from recent Claflin Scholars; tips on putting together your best application; resources to help you apply.
Faculty Development Seminar: Leadership SeriesAnnual Women in Medicine Month Lecture
Co-sponsored by the MGH Office for Women's Careers and Human Resources
Date: September 12, 2018
This event celebrated Women in Medicine month. The annual lecture featured Kathryn M. Rexrode, MD, MPH, as she shared advice on career success and advancement.
Click here to watch the video.
Click here to view the presentation.
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