We are returning with a new webinar series to help you transition out of a long year of pandemic. For eight consecutive Tuesday mornings, a CGU faculty expert will share how you can develop your leadership skills to motivate yourself and inspire others. Backed by current research and best practices, our experts will provide the big picture as well as practical examples, and you will have a chance to share your thoughts during a Q&A session.
We will be sharing the recordings on this page.
- April 20 (10-10:45am) – What’s next? Life after the pandemic – CGU President Len Jessup
- April 27 (10-10:45am) – Exploring pathways to leadership: Navigating the labyrinth – Michelle Bligh, Dean, School of Social Science, Policy & Evaluation (presentation slides)
- May 4 (10-10:45am) – Fair leadership: How to overcome perceptions of injustice – Stephen Gilliland, University Professor, Division of Behavioral and Organizational Sciences (presentation slides)
- May 11 (10-10:45am) – Creating belonging through equity and inclusion – Cindi Gilliland, Clinical Full Professor and Director of Human Resource Management; and Quamina Carter, Assistant Vice President for Student Affairs and Dean of Students (presentation slides)
- May 18 (10-10:45am) – When stressors make you grow – Gloria González-Morales, Associate Professor of Psychology (presentation slides)
- May 25 (10-10:45am) – Building coalitions for future challenges – Katharina Pick, Clinical Associate Professor, Drucker School of Management
- June 1 (10-10:45am) – Reducing stigma and increasing help-seeking for your people struggling with depression – Jason Siegel, Professor of Psychology
- June 8 (10-10:45am) – The storm makes you stronger: Practical tools for leading in the face of crisis – Jeremy Hunter, Associate Professor of Practice, Drucker School of Management & Founding Director of the Executive Mind Leadership Institute
Claremont Graduate University recognizes that municipal employees are among the most affected groups during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Because we at Claremont Graduate University deeply value what you do for our communities, we offered a free, live webinar series in April 2020 to help you start your day with positivity. For five consecutive Thursday mornings, a CGU faculty expert shared how you can develop your leadership skills, backed by current trends in research and best practices in this time of crisis. Please see below for the webinar recordings.
Week 1: Thursday, April 9: CGU President Len Jessup – Keeping Your Wits and Finding Opportunities in Times of Crisis
Week 2: Thursday, April 16: Stephen Gilliland – More than Fair Communication and Consideration During Times of Uncertainty
Week 3: Thursday, April 23: Stewart Donaldson – Generating Positive Psychological Capital (PsyCap) in a Global Pandemic
(Presentation slides for Week 3)
Week 4: Thursday, April 30: Cindi Gilliland – Creating Resilience in Crisis for Ourselves and our Teams
(Presentation slides for Week 4)