Join CUCSA for a town hall and professional development events
The Council of UC Staff Assemblies (CUCSA) is a systemwide employee resource group, founded in 1974, that maintains and enhances communication within the university community on matters of interest to staff employees in accordance with California laws and Regent policy. All UC locations, including UCOP, are represented. CUCSA’s goal is to provide service to the university by advising and providing a staff perspective to decision-makers.
CUCSA is run by UC staff to serve systemwide colleagues and all staff are encouraged to attend its activities. Build your knowledge of the university, as well as your professional skills, while connecting with colleagues throughout the UC system.
CUCSA Chair Dennis McIver, financial services analyst at UC Riverside, invites all UC staff to attend the following upcoming events.
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CUCSA Town Hall
Sept. 14, 12:05 – 12:50 p.m. (PT)
Attend CUCSA’s quarterly town hall to learn about progress on this year’s priorities — retention, strategic plan and internal operations — and opportunities to engage.
(CUCSA Chats) Staff Leaders in Action: Manage and balance job and leadership responsibilities to maximize productivity
Sept. 28, 12:05 – 12:50 p.m. (PT)
Learn how to avoid time-robbers, manage email, prioritize tasks and use time efficiently, in order to effectively manage and balance your job and leadership responsibilities, and maximize your productivity.
(CUCSA Chats) Level Up: How to leverage your campus service for professional advancement
Oct. 27, 12:05 – 12:50 p.m.(PT)
Learn how to use your experiences in employee resource groups or affinity groups to grow your professional career.
(CUCSA Chats) By the Numbers: Building your staff organization through assessment
Nov. 29, 12:05 – 12:50 p.m. (PT)
Learn how to develop an assessment plan for your Staff Assembly or campus organization.
For questions on the above events, please contact Dennis McIver.Tags: CUCSA, Dennis McIver, professional development