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Moffitt Library is opening Aug. 22. Other libraries will have updated services and hours. Learn more.
Diversity, leadership, management, and other resources for all UC employees. To use the service:
1. Go to the Gartner homepage: cebglobal.com
2. Enter your UC email address and select Submit.
3. Fill out your Berkeley email address and name and select Submit.
4. Gartner will send an email to confirm your access, including a temporary password. Follow the instructions in this message to log into the site.
UC subscribes to these content areas:
* Corporate Leadership Council™
* Diversity & Inclusion Leadership Council
* Learning & Development Leadership Council
* Manager and Employee Development Toolbox
* Recruiting Leadership Council
* CEB CIO Leadership Council
* CEB Information Risk Leadership Council
Video lectures by leading experts on subjects including biochemistry, cancer, cell biology, genetics & epigenetics, infectious diseases, metabolism & nutrition, microbiology, neuroscience and more.
Additional topics include agriculture & environmental sciences, clinical medicine, immunology, methods, omics & systems biology, pharmaceutical sciences, and reproduction & development. Lecture slides and full text transcripts are available.
Co-production of the Office of Communications and Public Affairs and the Greater Good Science Center. The course is driven by a series of short videos and exercises covering topics including:
* What makes news
* How to identify, develop and deliver your messages
* What to do when a reporter calls
* Preparing for on-camera interviews
* Writing and pitching an op-ed, blog, or social media piece
* How to set up professional-style video-call interviews
A repository of shared protocols submitted by researchers. Note: UC students, faculty, and staff have access to premium features such as unlimited private group files, shared notebook records, unlimited storage, and protocol import assistance. For more information about signing up for your free Premium account, please visit this page.
This online library has articles, courses, and videos on 20 transferable skills including Active Listening, Collaboration, Conflict Management, Leadership, Negotiation, Organization, Presentation, Verbal Communication, Written Communication, and more.
You will be asked if you want to connect your Berkeley LinkedIn Learning account with your personal LinkedIn profile. By connecting accounts you would receive course recommendations based on your LinkedIn profile, and can communicate about course content with other users. However, by connecting your accounts you are agreeing to allow LinkedIn Learning to use, share, and track your online activities. Use your digital literacy skills to consider the terms of service carefully and make an informed choice.
Login into Blu then click on UC Learning Center. Here you can sign up for in-person and eCourse classes. Topics include: Organizational Effectiveness; Professional Skills and Career Development; Supervision, Management and Leadership; Technology, Systems and Software; and more.
Professional development opportunities available from UCB's institutional membership. Webinars include Every Semester Needs a Plan, How to Align Your Time with Your Priorities, Mastering Academic Time Management, and more.
"Coro Northern California has been assisting the University of California since 2006 to develop current and future administrative and faculty leaders. Coro has assisted with training over 500 faculty, administrators, staff and senior executives at UC. This leadership program focuses on enhancing leadership skills and developing intercampus and cross-functional collaboration."
Subscribe to their email list to register for upcoming career webinars. Career topics include Starting Your Own Business, Leadership, Career Advancement, Professional Development, and more. View previous webinars.
"The UC Women’s Initiative for Professional Development (UC WI) is a unique, experiential, systemwide professional development program for mid-career women that brings together participants from every UC location. Participants represent faculty, academic personnel and staff, people managers and non-people managers."