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These competencies form a framework that describes the knowledge, skills, and behaviors needed to be an excellent leader at UF.
This leadership program is for UF academic and professional leaders who wish to further explore and develop their leadership skills. Participants are selected via a competitive application process.
Topics include: Inspiring Trust, Inclusive Leadership, Emotional Intelligence, Thinking Strategically, Leading the Challenge of Change, Accountability, and Leading with Courage. Participants are selected via a competitive application process.
Designed to provide UF leaders with meaningful information about the knowledge, skills, and behaviors necessary for being an effective manager in our diverse university environment. To achieve the “Managing at UF” certification, participants will attend ten required workshops and two electives—for a total of 12 workshops
Forum for faculty and professional leaders who have completed UF’s leadership development programs. The network supports its members’ continued exploration of leadership issues while providing opportunities for networking and collaboration. Holds approximately three events per calendar year.
Appropriate for both faculty and staff in leadership roles, the toolkit was created specifically to provide UF leaders and with tools to enhance the leadership qualities they already possess, while cultivating new strengths through education and training. The new website includes “just-in-time” resources in the forms of job aids, audio and video podcasts, and reading suggestions.
IDEA highlights efforts toward underserved communities by addressing structural inequities. The Fundamentals of IDEA Certificate provides a foundation of IDEA principals in an effort to build a culture that minimizes bias, recognizes and addresses systemic inequities so all students, faculty, and staff can thrive.
The Clinical & Translational Science Institute offers a number of workshops, webinars, and free services to assist faculty in designing studies, preparing grants, recruiting participants, conducting statistical analysis, and other aspects of the research process.
The program’s overall objective is to improve the leadership capability of program participants by focusing on key competencies, as outlined in the UF Leadership Competency Model. These competencies are categorized in four quadrants— Build Trust, Create and Communicate Vision, Generate Alignment, Cultivate Talent.
To promote and invest in advancement, leadership and success for women in medicine and science by facilitating career opportunities through engagement, collaboration, networking, education and mentorship.
Faculty who are interested in improving their understanding of teaching and learning, and in acquiring advanced educational skills are invited to pursue the Educational Development Certificate.
The University of Florida’s Inclusive Hiring Badge is designed to provide faculty and staff with the level of knowledge, skill and abilities needed to demonstrate inclusive practices during the hiring process, identify and mitigate biases that can affect hiring decisions and support the University’s advancement toward a more equitable workforce and candidate experience.
Gators Together is a certificate program for individual employees and supervisors. This diversity and inclusion program is designed to increase performance and engagement by creating an inclusive environment for our diverse talents.
LDP is a semester long program where you can apply to be a participant in the fall, spring, or summer semesters. and is a three-tiered business program for undergraduate students. The purpose is to mold the concept of leadership as an inclusive process by which change is effected for the betterment of others. The model is inclusive in that it is designed to enhance the development of leadership qualities in all participants- those who hold formal leadership positions as well as those who do not.
A one-year, longitudinal program designated for a small group of fellows or senior residents, to teach leadership skills including communication, team dynamics and conflict management. It teaches content, but more importantly, it makes the participants use their new skills for a whole year in a progressive manner with small group projects, one on one coaching and a portfolio of demonstrated competencies.
Through a collaborative effort between the UF CTSI, UF Health Office of Biomedical Research Career Development, and the 6 colleges of the UF Health Sciences Center, multiple Grad Student & Postdoc Career & Professional Development programs are offered for students.
Promotes leadership development among pharmacy students to equip the future leaders in the profession. Provides opportunities for pharmacy students to learn about leadership principles, develop self-awareness related to leadership and put this new knowledge into practice.
The goal of the program is to help prepare participants for academic careers in a variety of settings. The focus is on learning about faculty life at different types of institutions, honing evidence-based teaching skills, and expanding your mentoring network.
The mission of the UF Health Cancer Center’s cancer research training and education coordination (CaRTEC), led by Dr. Dietmar Siemann, is to serve as the university-wide center for cancer education and workforce enhancement. CaRTEC provides education and training opportunities across the education continuum, from pre-collegiate to faculty, and includes programs that emphasize training of underrepresented minorities.