March 18, 201912:00 pm

Leadership: Opportunities and Best Practices

$10.00

USC’s new Office of Professionalism and Ethics (OPE) will present their recent initiatives and course direction for 2019, including a new case management and tracking platform aimed at increasing transparency and accountability across both campuses.  Using hypothetical scenarios, representatives from OPE will discuss opportunities and expectations for managers handling workplace complaints and draw out some best practices to use going forward.

 

Monday, March 18, 2019
Noon to 1 pm

Updated Location: Norris Medical Library, West Conference Room

 

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Join us after Spring Break!

USC’s new Office of Professionalism and Ethics (OPE) will present their recent initiatives and course direction for 2019, including a new case management and tracking platform aimed at increasing transparency and accountability across both campuses.  Using hypothetical scenarios, representatives from OPE will discuss opportunities and expectations for managers handling workplace complaints and draw out some best practices to use going forward.

Monday, March 18, 2019
Noon to 1 pm

Updated Location: Norris Library West Conference Room

HSC WIM Leadership Best Practices