Professional Development

Updated ULearn Provides Enhanced Experience

ULearn, the University’s online training system, has been updated to enhance the user experience, making it easier for faculty and staff to launch training courses and browse available activities. Redesigned icons allow you to easily navigate the vast array of activities available through the system and the new launch button allows you to reserve and open courses with just one click. Visit ulearn.miami.edu and enjoy the updated features today.


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Improve Your Leadership Skills with Help from the Office of Workforce Engagement and Development

The Office of Workforce Engagement and Development is offering several specialized training courses in May focusing on setting personal goals, working in a team environment, and developing a performance based culture within your staff. Live and online sessions are available. For more information, click here, or contact Workforce Engagement and Development at 305-243-3090 or wed@miami.edu


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Leonard Turkel Nonprofit Network Workshop Series: Ethics Decision Making: Doing Right, Recognizing Wrong

Learn how to build a high-impact nonprofit at the next workshop, “Ethics Decision Making: Doing Right, Recognizing Wrong,” in the Networked Nonprofit Workshop Series. The workshop will take place on Tuesday, May 6, from 8:30 to 11:30 a.m. at the Newman Alumni Center, 6200 San Amaro Drive, Coral Gables.

Hosted by the Leonard Turkel Nonprofit Network and the University of Miami’s Schools of Business Administration and Education and Human Development, this workshop will feature Anita Cava and Robert Meyers. Cava is a professor of business law, director of the Business Ethics Program, and co-director of UM Ethics Programs. In addition to critical thinking and decision-making, her areas of interest are corporate compliance and corruption, as well as health care law and ethics.

Meyers is “of Counsel” with the law firm of Weiss Serota Helfman Pastoriza Cole & Boniske, where he specializes in ethics and governmental law. He also has served as executive director of the Miami-Dade Commission on Ethics and Public Trust for more than 13 years.

Workshop participants will learn about “ethical blind spots” and when they appear, promoting and maintaining an ethical environment within organizations, and allocating resources to confront ethical misconduct in the workplace.

Register now to reserve a space. The fee is $25 payable by credit card or check at the door. Scholarships are available for individuals and organizations. Contact Kristine Singer at KristineS@CatalystMiami.org or 305-576-5001, ext. 12 for more information.

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