Women in Business: Expand Your Tool Box with Dr. Susan Moffatt-Bruce
Join us Tuesday, September 23, 2020, at 12 p.m. EDT Register Here. Join usas we welcome Dr. Susan Moffatt-Bruce, BSc, MD, PhD, EMBA, MBOE, FACs, FRCSC, the newly appointed Chief Executive Officer of the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada. Before this role, she served as executive director at The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center University Hospital. We will discuss how Susan has expanded her toolbox with further education to pursue leadership roles and grow in her career. This program is brought to you by Fisher College of Business Executive Education, Graduate Programs Office and The Association of Staff and Faculty Women at The Ohio State University.
Understanding and Organizing Your Vital Documents October 12, 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. Register Here. Jerry Snyder is a Certified Financial Planner and he will cover why it is so import to understand and organize your vital documents.
Dr. Briggs-Phillips October 29, 2020.
Implicit Bias with Dr. Quinn Capers November 5, 2020 at 11:30 Members-only Event. Register Here. Being aware of and understanding implicit biases can change people's behavior. Join ASFW for a virtual session on implicit bias with Dr. Quinn Capers, Associate Dean for Admissions at The Ohio State University College of Medicine and Associate Professor in the Division of Cardiovascular Medicine. During the session, we will watch Dr. Capers' hour-long implicit bias presentation and have a 30-minute Q&A session. This session is designed to increase knowledge of implicit or unconscious bias and enhance conscious awareness.
The U.S. Department of Labor (DOL) recognizes flexible work schedules as "an alternative to the traditional, 9-to-5, 40 hour work week." The DOL also states that company policies may require employees to be present during "core hours" with the rest of their schedule up to them. Flexible jobs and work schedules are becoming more and more prevalent in the United States, in fact, Ohio State has its own Flexible Work Policy and a Flexible Work Toolkit. Flexible work schedules can help to decrease stress, ease the burdens of childcare expenses, and help employees avoid lengthy commutes. With modern technology and employees working from home more than ever, remote work and flexible jobs are predicted to be the future, allowing people to work when, where, and how they are the most productive. Flexible work arrangements also save employers money and improve employee happiness and job satisfaction. Sound appealing? Then join us for a casual discussion on flexible work. Those who have flexible work arrangements are encouraged to attend, as well as those who are hoping to incorporate this kind of work into their life. Session led by ASFW Past President, Rachel Kaschner.
Our 17th Annual Ballam Symposium is scheduled for May 14, 2021