Walking Your Why

Zoom Virtual Webinar

Messages about what is important and what makes us worthy are constantly bombarding us. And other’s actions and decisions affect us more that we realize. As a result, many of us are disengaged and dissatisfied with the choices we make and the work we do. Understanding the set of values that are truly our own and not imposed by others, is crucial to reverse this. In this insightful session, you…

Finding Renewed Focus in Your Career

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Coming through a global pandemic required everyone to work differently and on a scale never before thought possible. For most, during this time of uncertainty there wasn’t energy, time or focus to consider career aspirations. Now we can begin to have perspective and to ask questions such as “What matters to me most to in work and in life?” “How have my career goals shifted from what they were pre-pandemic?”…

Influencing Without Authority

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What are your strengths when it comes to influence on your team or in your department? What about with your manager? Other stakeholders? In this two-hour session, we will focus on best practices for listening to and understanding your audience (those you want to influence). We all have barriers to our influence; we will practice overcoming those and expanding our sphere of influence.   You Will Learn: How to assess…

Creating a Climate of Gender Equity and Inclusion

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This interactive workshop invites participants to reflect on their own experiences as bystanders, understand factors that contribute to gender equity in the workplace, discover opportunities to improve community climate, and develop personalized strategies to prevent sexual harassment and other sexual misconduct in the spaces where they live, learn, and work. Audience: Harvard University staff, faculty, postdocs and affiliates.

The Intersection of Power, Privilege, and Oppression

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The Intersection of Power, Privilege, and Oppression offers a critical look at how these concepts have influenced Harvard since its inception and how they affect the experiences of Black folx and other marginalized groups. Participants will learn historical significance and explore their personal proximity to power, privilege, and oppression through various facets of their identity. This workshop addresses workplace scenarios and provides action steps toward creating a more culturally sensitive…

Welcoming a Baby? Thinking of Adopting? New to Child Care?

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This seminar provides an overview of the multiple resources offered to Harvard paid benefits eligible employees. Topics covered include a review of various child care options and how to find childcare that’s right for you. A general review of the benefits available to each employee type and their various pay schedules, planning your leave, lactation rooms and other key information for new parents from the Harvard Longwood Campus. Feel free…