The University Leadership Education and Development (ULEAD) program develops high-performing leaders who are prepared to meet the challenges of the University’s changing environment. Participants learn from our world-renowned faculty and from each other. They gain the practical insight, knowledge, skills, and confidence needed for effective leadership through instruction, assessment, and participation in a team project that addresses a real University issue. Then they apply what they’ve learned in the real world of the workplace the next morning. Continue reading
This is a special invitation to all Carolina staff and faculty to learn more about the many health and wellness offerings available to you as UNC-Chapel Hill employees, both on campus and in the community, during the 2015 Work Well, Live Well Expo. This event, sponsored by the Work Well, Live Well Committee and the Office of Human Resources, will be held on Wednesday, March 11, from 11 a.m. until 2 p.m., at the Rams Head Recreation Center. The Expo will feature an array of resources from across campus and throughout the greater Triangle area, with more than 75 participating exhibitors representing all aspects of healthy living: fitness, recreation, preventative care, nutrition, financial health, community programs, and many more! Continue reading
Nominations for the 2015 C. Knox Massey Distinguished Service Awards are due Feb. 6, 2015. Chancellor Carol Folt will recognize six recipients for “unusual, meritorious or superior contribution made by an employee, past or present” and the honor includes an award of $7,500. Nominations can be submitted at www.unc.edu/masseyawards/nominate, or contact Carolyn Atkins, Massey Awards Committee Chair, at (919) 962-1536.
Twice each year, the Office of Human Resources publishes Helping Heels, a registry of individuals affiliated with the University who are willing to provide a variety of caregiving tasks on a part-time informal basis. This could include any combination of the following: childcare, elder care and/or pet care. Continue reading