I’ve uploaded the slides with comments from the May round-table on “Performance appraisals”. The two sessions had good discussions — take a look!
The June session topic is “If I were in charge of uWaterloo, I would…”. It promises to be an interesting session (there will be only one session this month, on June 16 in MC5136 at noon). I hope to see you there.
I’ve uploaded the Powerpoint slides (PDF) from the April 2011 round-table sessions, with participant comments added from both sessions.
The sessions generated lively discussions and provided good input for me and the rest of the UWSA Exec. We will use this information to help guide our discussions at Staff Relations and other staff-related committees.
Some aspects of our jobs energize us; others deplete our energy. This is one of the central assumptions behind the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI). Staff can learn more about what drives their career satisfaction through a two-part MBTI workshop, held in the Tatham Centre on February 15 and 22, from 3:00 to 5:00. Registration for “Exploring Your Personality Type (MBTI)” is required at least 24 hours in advance (https://uwaterloo.ca/career-action/).
More than 170 workers are out on strike as picket lines went up at McMaster University on Friday January 6. Food service workers overwhelmingly voted to go on strike the previous day after rejecting the administration’s “Settlement Offer”.