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Conducting Effective Performance Reviews
September 27 2016 at 12:00 PM
Margherio
Performance reviews are a powerful tool that can be tied directly to a department’s overall productivity and success.  Help your managers effectively use your performance review process and tools.   Learning Objectives: Identify performance outcomes – ‘what a good job looks like’ Accurately document performance issues and success Provide effective feedback to employees Complete performance appraisal forms and hold conversations with employees Learn how to work with employees year round to achieve desired results
Conflict Resolution
September 30 2016 at 12:00 PM
Margherio
Conflict is an unavoidable part of our work environment.  In this training, employees learn how conflict arises, what happens during conflict and problem solving methods that benefit both the employee and the organization. Learning Objectives: Understand sources of conflict Identify the stages of conflict Apply conflict resolution strategies Practice problem solving methods
Creative Problem Solving
October 4 2016 at 11:00 AM
Margherio
The average 5 year old is creative 90% of the time, while the average 17 year old is creative only 10% of the time.  This drops to a mere 2% by the time we are 25 years old.  This course looks at why our creativity has been stifled, how to tap back into it and provides simple tools which will help turn new ideas into meaningful action. Learning Objectives: Cultivate a creative attitude Identify blocks that prevent creativity Overcome risk aversion Learn to look at problems from a different perspective Utilize visual tools to translate our ideas into tangible actions and useful solutions
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Teaching Grid

Teaching data for three years is requested.  Document teaching for each year on a separate grid. In addition to documenting teaching at Wayne State University, you may include teaching at other institutions.

List types of teaching activities in the teaching grid according to effort, from most to least. Consider the following categories:

  • Lectures
  • Small-group interactive instruction
  • Clinical bedside instruction
  • Clinical procedure instruction
  • Clinical ambulatory instruction
  • Laboratory precepting
  • Online instruction
  • Mentoring/advising (Indicate number of mentees and time commitment for each: medical students, graduate students, postdoctoral fellows, faculty, others)
  • Essays/Theses/Dissertations directed
  • List students by name, level, title of project.
  • Visiting Professor/Lecturer (e.g., invited short courses or lectures plus interactions with students/trainees)
  • Other

The last column of the grid should include summary evaluation data or other evaluative or outcome data. Do not submit actual teaching evaluations with your grid, but include meaningful comments from learner evaluations as instructed at the bottom of the grid.

Next, describe your activities in curriculum development and administration of teaching, such as:

  • Course/curriculum development and instructional design/development
  • Departmental or school educational administration
  • Educational committees or task forces (local, regional, national/international)
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Sample Teaching Grid