Week in Review: Week of March 1, 2021
March came in with a bang at Headlines, as the employee newsletter featured a plethora of stories tied directly to the new month. For instance, there were resources and tips to help you honor your colleagues during Recognition Month; a call for book nominations to kick off Reading Month; and sage advice from the organization’s women leaders in the midst of Women’s History Month.
Headlines also looked ahead to next week, when the university participates in the annual Giving Blueday.
In case you missed any of that, block off some time on your calendar and check out the Week in Review!
Say ‘thank you’ to a colleague in honor of National Recognition Month
Recognition is a tool that helps create an environment that leads to innovation, increased productivity and improved engagement. That’s why it’s essential that faculty and staff use National Recognition Month as a reminder to make thanking colleagues part of their everyday routine. Click here to find out how!
Take a break from the screen and read a scene
Headlines is putting together the first-ever employee book recommendation list — and you are being asked to contribute! Whether it’s a novel, non-fiction book, audiobook or just a blog post, the newsletter wants to know what you’ve been reading lately. Learn more about the project and how you can submit your entries.
In honor of Women’s History Month, leaders offer guidance, advice to next generation
Finding mentors who offer career guidance … accepting any and all professional opportunities that come their way … approaching growth and knowledge with humility. These are just a few of the ways Michigan Medicine’s women leaders have found success within the organization. Check out what other feedback they offer to the next generation of leaders!
Giving Blueday: Support what you love about Michigan Medicine
Typically, Giving Blueday falls on the Tuesday after Thanksgiving. But due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the annual day of giving moved this year — and it’s set to take place on Wednesday, March 10. Click through for more on Giving Blueday and how you can use it as a chance to support the areas you love at Michigan Medicine.
March 19 is World Sleep Day! To help you prepare, a Michigan Medicine sleep expert stopped by The Wrap employee podcast to discuss the importance of sleep and how you can improve your nightly habits. Check it out via the YouTube link at the top of the page or media player below. Please note, the media player is not compatible with Internet Explorer, so open in a new browser or find The Wrap on your personal device to take a listen.