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UF Training and Organizational Development

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Enhance the leadership qualities you already possess and cultivate new strengths in building trust, creating and communicating vision, generating alignment, and cultivating talents in others. Brought to you by University of Florida's Training & Organizational Development, this podcast illuminates the knowledge, skills, and behaviors you will need to achieve excellence as a leader.

Latest Episodes

Promoting a Sense of Belonging: An Interview with Antonio Farias

What does it mean for UF to achieve greater diversity and inclusion? What will success look like? In this podcast episode of Reflections on Leadership, Chief Diversity Office Antonio Farias speaks with Scott Blades, Tricia Bachus and Irma Alvarez of Training & Organizational Development (T&OD) about his vision for the University of Florida and highlights the importance of leaders promoting a sense of belonging through servant leadership, excellence in crucial conversations and community building.

29 MIN2019 APR 9
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Promoting a Sense of Belonging: An Interview with Antonio Farias

Credibility Cash Account

29 MIN2017 APR 14
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Credibility Cash Account

Transparency

In episode 23 of Reflections on Leadership, we will explore the influence effective and ineffective transparency can have on working relationships.

12 MIN2016 OCT 22
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Transparency

Partnering in Employee Development

In episode 22 of Reflections on Leadership, UF Grants Training manager Steve Slater shares a practice that can help you to better leverage the strengths of your team: employee development planning.

9 MIN2016 OCT 22
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Partnering in Employee Development

Improving Communication Using Relationship Strategies

In episode 21 of Reflections on Leadership, UF Training and Organizational specialist Ronda Mitchell discusses how behavioral styles affect your ability to communicate effectively with others. By learning about these styles, we can identify our own behavioral preferences as well as those of the people we encounter every day. This knowledge helps us identify communication strengths and weaknesses (for ourselves and others) and consider how we might adapt our behaviors for more effective communication.

9 MIN2016 OCT 22
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Improving Communication Using Relationship Strategies

Leaders on Leadership: An Interview with Mike McKee

In episode 20 of Reflections on Leadership, UF Training and Organizational Development specialist Courtney Moon speaks with Mike McKee, the Vice President and Chief Financial Officer (CFO) of the University of Florida. Mr. McKee discusses his path to his current role, as well as a whole host of topics in the area of leadership and development.

6 MIN2016 OCT 22
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Leaders on Leadership: An Interview with Mike McKee

Team Goals: What Leaders Need to Consider

In episode 19 of Reflections on Leadership, director for Training & Organizational Development Bob Parks discusses an important and, at times, challenging issue for many leaders—identifying and achieving shared team goals.

15 MIN2016 OCT 22
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Team Goals: What Leaders Need to Consider

The Multitasking Mirage

In episode 17 of Reflections on Leadership, Scott Blades defines multitasking and explains what happens in the human brain when attempting to do it. He also reviews what the research says about the dangers of multitasking and highlight some more effective strategies for tackling your lengthy to-do list.

15 MIN2016 OCT 22
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The Multitasking Mirage

Harnessing Electronics for Effective Communication

In episode 16 of Reflections on Leadership, UF Training and Organizational Development specialist Irma Alvarez highlights some of the difficulties in communication that you might encounter when using some of the most common technologies available in the workplace.

9 MIN2016 OCT 22
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Harnessing Electronics for Effective Communication

Outsmarting Mindbugs

In episode 15 of Reflections on Leadership, UF Training and Organizational Development specialist Courtney Moon discusses sneaky critters that lurk in our subconscious called “mindbugs.” These are hidden biases that can impact the organizations we lead.

7 MIN2016 OCT 22
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Outsmarting Mindbugs
the END

Latest Episodes

Promoting a Sense of Belonging: An Interview with Antonio Farias

What does it mean for UF to achieve greater diversity and inclusion? What will success look like? In this podcast episode of Reflections on Leadership, Chief Diversity Office Antonio Farias speaks with Scott Blades, Tricia Bachus and Irma Alvarez of Training & Organizational Development (T&OD) about his vision for the University of Florida and highlights the importance of leaders promoting a sense of belonging through servant leadership, excellence in crucial conversations and community building.

29 MIN2019 APR 9
Comments
Promoting a Sense of Belonging: An Interview with Antonio Farias

Credibility Cash Account

29 MIN2017 APR 14
Comments
Credibility Cash Account

Transparency

In episode 23 of Reflections on Leadership, we will explore the influence effective and ineffective transparency can have on working relationships.

12 MIN2016 OCT 22
Comments
Transparency

Partnering in Employee Development

In episode 22 of Reflections on Leadership, UF Grants Training manager Steve Slater shares a practice that can help you to better leverage the strengths of your team: employee development planning.

9 MIN2016 OCT 22
Comments
Partnering in Employee Development

Improving Communication Using Relationship Strategies

In episode 21 of Reflections on Leadership, UF Training and Organizational specialist Ronda Mitchell discusses how behavioral styles affect your ability to communicate effectively with others. By learning about these styles, we can identify our own behavioral preferences as well as those of the people we encounter every day. This knowledge helps us identify communication strengths and weaknesses (for ourselves and others) and consider how we might adapt our behaviors for more effective communication.

9 MIN2016 OCT 22
Comments
Improving Communication Using Relationship Strategies

Leaders on Leadership: An Interview with Mike McKee

In episode 20 of Reflections on Leadership, UF Training and Organizational Development specialist Courtney Moon speaks with Mike McKee, the Vice President and Chief Financial Officer (CFO) of the University of Florida. Mr. McKee discusses his path to his current role, as well as a whole host of topics in the area of leadership and development.

6 MIN2016 OCT 22
Comments
Leaders on Leadership: An Interview with Mike McKee

Team Goals: What Leaders Need to Consider

In episode 19 of Reflections on Leadership, director for Training & Organizational Development Bob Parks discusses an important and, at times, challenging issue for many leaders—identifying and achieving shared team goals.

15 MIN2016 OCT 22
Comments
Team Goals: What Leaders Need to Consider

The Multitasking Mirage

In episode 17 of Reflections on Leadership, Scott Blades defines multitasking and explains what happens in the human brain when attempting to do it. He also reviews what the research says about the dangers of multitasking and highlight some more effective strategies for tackling your lengthy to-do list.

15 MIN2016 OCT 22
Comments
The Multitasking Mirage

Harnessing Electronics for Effective Communication

In episode 16 of Reflections on Leadership, UF Training and Organizational Development specialist Irma Alvarez highlights some of the difficulties in communication that you might encounter when using some of the most common technologies available in the workplace.

9 MIN2016 OCT 22
Comments
Harnessing Electronics for Effective Communication

Outsmarting Mindbugs

In episode 15 of Reflections on Leadership, UF Training and Organizational Development specialist Courtney Moon discusses sneaky critters that lurk in our subconscious called “mindbugs.” These are hidden biases that can impact the organizations we lead.

7 MIN2016 OCT 22
Comments
Outsmarting Mindbugs
the END
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