Wednesday, Feb. 10 from noon to 1:30 p.m. via Zoom
All faculty are invited to attend the WVU Health Sciences Center Faculty Development Program presentation "Leveraging Your Strengths as an Academic Leader" on Wednesday, Feb. 10 from noon to 1:30 p.m.
Presenters are Julie Lockman, PhD, in conjunction with Gina Baugh, PharmD, and Jennifer Knight-Davis, MD, FACS.
This session is limited to 20 participants so please register as soon as possible to provide time for preparation, which includes a pre-session assessment which will be sent to the 20 who register in advance.
To register, contact the Faculty Development Office at HSCFacultyDevelopment@hsc.wvu.edu. Please register by Thursday, Jan. 28. You will receive the Gallup Clifton Strengths Assessment to identify your strengths and it will need to be completed by Friday, Feb. 5 for review by the session presenter.
Registration is required. Please do not share the Zoom access information.
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