Leadership Foundations Series is designed for individual contributors (employees with no direct reports) who have been identified as high potential to be successful in future leadership opportunities. Ideally, these individuals are thought to be ready to lead others within two years. Participation in this program in no way guarantees a promotion, but ensures participants are prepared to be competitive in the applicant pool when a position becomes available. Participants must be nominated by director level or above, and their supervisor must support their participation.
Leadership in Action Series is designed for individuals who have been promoted or hired into a people manager role within the last two years. Participants must have a letter of support from their supervisor indicating that they will support the employee in participating in all the class sessions and out of class assignments. There are three parts to the curriculum – general leadership skills, UCF-specific knowledge, and an action project.

Ethical Leadership

Presented by Rhonda Bishop, UCF Chief Compliance & Ethics Officer.

Distinguishing ethical behavior may seem straightforward; however, there will be situations when “doing the right thing” will not be clear.

This informative and interactive workshop includes discussion of:

  • Key tenets of ethical decision making
  • UCF’s framework for thinking ethically
  • Applying the tenets and framework to real-world scenarios

When: Wednesday, August 30th

Time: 2:00 pm – 3:30 pm

Where: HR Training Room

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