Most managers are aware that the old school command and control method of supervising simply isn't as effective as involving employees in their development. From determining the appropriate coaching approach, to implementing a comprehensive development plan, to conducting an effective coaching session, this program provides the tools and techniques to increase any employee's performance.
Successful completion of this course will increase your knowledge and ability to:
Recognize and apply the five approaches to coaching
Employ inquiry and advocacy skills when communicating
Implement the steps to effective coaching
Follow the four-step preparation process for conducting a coaching session
Sunnybrook Research Institute
"Directed generation of T cells, implications and applications"
Austrian Auditorium, CRB
Yoseph Barash, Ph.D. Sr. Research Fellow Departments of Computer Science and Electrical and Computer Engineering University of Toronto
"The Generative Transcriptome: Deriving the Code for Alternative Splicing"
Dr. Barash is a Genetics faculty candidate. This recruitment is part of a School of Medicine effort to build bioinformatics on campus coordinated by PCBI.
Tuesday, February 15, 2011
John Robertson JD, AB, Vinson & Elkins Chair
The University of Texas School of Law
"IVF and Gene Sequencing: Disruptive Technologies in Reproduction and genetics"
Ross L. Levine, MD
Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center
"Genetics and therapy of myeloid malignancies: Bedside to bench and back"
Medical Alumni Hall, 1 Maloney, HUP
Sponsor Cancer - Abramson Cancer Center
Joint sponsored by SOVM Neuroscience Center and IDOM
Greg Barsh, MD, PhD, Hudson Alpha Institute for Biotechnology; Dept of Genetics Stanford
"Genetics of color variation: Model systems & model organisms in a post-genome world"
2011 Hill 131 Auditorium