Featuring performances by students from the U-M School of Music, Theatre & Dance. The 2022 World Voice Day theme is “Lift Your Voice.” Following the concert, refreshments will be served. Questions? Call 734-904-2166.
Medical School Administration (MSA) offers this “onboarding” session for new employees who have been in their positions at least 2-3 months. Although part of welcoming new team members, it's likely that information offered in this session will be beneficial to all -- so everyone is invited to attend and learn more about Michigan Medicine, the Medical School and MSA. Please register here to attend. (NOTE: We hope to have a hybrid event -- in-person as well as a virtual option; registrants will receive confirmation about this -- as well as the Zoom link -- prior to the event.)
The HOPE Award was developed and designed by Scott Newport and his son Noah - inspired by those who allowed Evan, Scott’s son, to have a happy childhood while he was a patient at C.S. Mott Children’s Hospital. Not only does Evan’s legacy live on at Mott, but his award has given us the opportunity to acknowledge those who work hand-in-hand with patients and families across the entire health system.
the University of Michigan Rogel Cancer Center’s Cancer Survivors Celebration will be held virtually this year on Sunday, June 6 from 1 – 2:00pm. You are all invited! We are so very excited to welcome Tamika Felder to our event presenting “Ride the Waves: Staying Resilient in Challenging Times.” Ms. Felder is an award-winning television producer, author, blogger, podcaster, mentor, cancer survivor, and motivational speaker. It is sure to be a lively and inspiring keynote that you won’t want to miss! As always our event is free and will be of interest to cancer survivors, their families, friends, caregivers…
Gifts of Art Bedside Art Coordinator Elaine Reed will share a video about the FREE Hamsa Hands art kits; and Sam Vandiver and Ami Walsh, Gifts of Art current and past writers-in-residence, will share a sample Story Studio audio recording from a Michigan Medicine staff member. Hamsa Hands art kits and Story Studio recording sessions are both available free for faculty, staff and learners during the month of May. Zoom meeting registration: https://michmed.org/O5rX8
Difficult Conversations Friday, May 14, 10:30 a.m. – 12 p.m. Register Now(link is external) Instructors: Brian Cole and Stephen Camarata, Organizational Learning In this micro-learning session, a tried-and-true approach for having difficult conversations will be used. We will demonstrate how to begin challenging conversations and move the conversation forward in a collaborative way. You will learn, try and apply this approach to real life scenarios.
Goal Setting Workshop: How to use SMART Goals Thursday, May 13, 3 – 4 p.m. Register Now(link is external) Instructor: Stephen Camarata, Organizational Learning This interactive workshop will give you the opportunity to plan ahead by considering what success will look like for you in the coming year. You will leave with a draft of a specific measurable goal and tips for having a discussion and reaching agreement with your team and/or your leader.
The Power of Gratitude: A Conversation Thursday, May 13, 1 - 2 p.m. Register Now(link is external) Instructor: Michael Herrington, Office of Health, Equity & Inclusion Please come and participate in a conversation of the power of gratitude and its catalyst energy to create a culture of support, inclusion, healing, and appreciation! We will share practice and resources that will not only help work teams, but us as individuals as well.
Gifts of Art Concert: Chamber Music Thursday, May 13, 12 – 1 p.m. Register Now(link is external) Gifts of Art presents Chamber Music by Vox3Machina Duo. The name Vox3Machina references the group’s commitment to explore together both the vocal expressivity and mechanistic frontiers of their instruments, through new and established repertoire. Kathryn Goodson, piano, is an international performer, teacher and coach of both vocal and instrumental repertoires. For this performance, she will be joined by either saxophonist Timothy McAllister or bass trombonist Randall Hawes, who both enjoy remarkable careers on orchestral, chamber music and festival stages as well as recording…