CU Boulder’s Faculty and Staff Assistance Program (FSAP) offers wellness seminars and support groups focused on tackling a variety of life-stage experiences as well as mental and emotional well-being during the summer months.
Senior Associate Vice Chancellor and Chief Human Resources Officer Katherine Erwin will retire in June. She led hallmark employee initiatives since 2016 as a member of the chancellor’s cabinet and contributed 27 years of service to CU Boulder.
What makes higher education different from other types of organizations and industries? What are the different employee “cultures” in an institution of higher education and what do they value? How are decisions made in higher ed?
Supervising and managing can be equally challenging and rewarding due to the constantly evolving needs of departments, teams, and employees. Human Resources offers a variety of courses and workshops with a Supervisor or Leadership focus, including April courses with objectives rooted in trust and cultivation.
Looking for ways to effectively manage the constant flow of requests, tasks and interruptions we face during the workday? Human Resources offers Getting Things Done, a course for individual team members looking to improve execution, engagement, performance, efficiency and quality.
Explore the myths of work-life balance, the pitfalls associated with perfectionism, and learn tips for how to incorporate daily balancing measures to fit your unique perception of what work-life balance really looks like.