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Anti-racist leadership training resumes this Thursday

The second set of workshops in the popular Continuing the Conversation on Race series focuses on putting anti-racist theories into action — how to live, work and lead as an anti-racist.


Continuing the Conversation on Race resumes in February

Explore questions that will help inform your approach to anti-racist leadership while working with colleagues to strengthen an anti-racist culture at UCOP.


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Resources for leading remotely

Whether you’re a current or aspiring leader, these helpful resources can help you build needed skills to maximize your impact.


Infuse your career with leadership skills for today and the future

Have you been looking for a way to boost your career by learning to become a people manager or enhancing your leadership skills? Don’t miss this new cohort training opportunity from UCOP Learning and Development.


Classes to level-up your work-from-home skills

Telecommuting is the new normal. But remote teams still need synergy, connections and a dedicated approach. Learn how to boost your connectivity skills to nurture strong relationships and support your team from afar.


Learn to manage conflict by understanding diversity

Cultural and social identities impact how we communicate and how we react to conflict. Learn how to better manage conflict by building greater understanding in a new workshop taught by Dr. Mikael Villalobos of UC Davis.


Bring your career to the next level with these power skills

Do you have the foundational skills needed to keep your career vibrant despite changes to technology, systems and processes? Find out by taking these impactful courses.


UC MSAP invests today in the leaders of tomorrow

If you’re a high-potential supervisor, manager or professional in the early part of your career, consider applying for UC’s Management Skills Assessment Program (MSAP).


Grow your personal leadership skills

A new learning and development course — taught by IRAP’s own Ola Popoola — will give you an opportunity to identify and discuss your personal leadership strengths and potential for development to grow to be a better leader.