Week in Review: Week of March 20, 2017
This week at Headlines, it was all about the three Rs: Recognition, Residencies and Relationships.
First, the university asked all staff members to share their voice in an upcoming climate survey with the goal of strengthening work relationships and creating a more inclusive environment.
Three units provided tips on how they recognize the hard work of their dedicated employees; med students celebrated Match Day, when they found out where they’ll train in a particular specialty as part of their residencies; and colleagues learned about the Victors for Michigan campaign and how they can help raise funds for programs they recognize as essential to patients and families.
Click through for the latest!
Share your voice in all-staff climate survey
Next Monday, the university will launch an all-staff climate survey to gauge diversity, equity and inclusion on campus. The survey is part of a campuswide five-year strategic plan that includes continual input from employees. Click here to learn more about the survey and why your voice is essential to improving work relationships across the organization.
Recognition done right: Best practices at Michigan Medicine
Each year, employees provide the organization with invaluable feedback through the engagement survey. Leadership teams use the responses to improve upon the organization’s strengths and address any employee concerns. Learn more about three departments who took this feedback to heart and improved their marks in engagement. Their best practices may help you raise the level of recognition in your unit!
U-M medical students meet their match
Fourth-year medical students were in a celebratory mood last Friday — also known as Match Day — when they learned where they will carry out their residency training in a particular specialty. Click through to see photos and video from the festivities and to find out where the Class of 2017 is headed next!
Why we give: Victors for Michigan campaign
Which departments or programs are you most passionate about at Michigan Medicine? In recognizing the importance of these programs, faculty, staff and retirees have the chance to provide them with financial support through the ongoing Victors for Michigan campaign. Click here for details of the campaign and to learn why one colleague gives back to two departments he knows so well.