This seminar on Jan. 21 will discuss how we can make wise decisions untainted by beliefs and assumptions we hold without even knowing that we do, and the science of “implicit bias” which demonstrates how barely conscious thoughts and feelings can affect our decisions about others. Learn more. Read more about Blindspot: Hidden Biases of Good People
Nuveen’s Chief Equity Strategist will discuss his annual predictions for 2021 during this webinar on Jan. 14, taking a comprehensive look at the trends and issues he believes are positioned to shape the economy and markets for the coming year. Click here to learn more and register.
Join us online to experience a special glimpse into the museums and access to the experts while we’re closed. This Dec. 16 tour will take place online via Zoom. Pre-registration is required. The day before the event, you will receive a Zoom link. Learn more.
This workshop on Dec. 10 provides a high-level view of the model for a well-rounded retirement. Several “big ideas” about retirement health are explored, and participants in the live session complete a self-inventory related to the model. Learn more.
We are seeking Harvard staff who want to show their creative endeavors and artwork. Submissions can range from photography and painting to conceptual pieces, sculpture, design, textiles, film, performing arts, musical compositions or performances, and more. Apply by December 4! Learn more.
Records Management Services is holding special virtual group office hours for Harvard staff who are retiring as part of the 2020 Voluntary Early Retirement Incentive Plan. RMS staff will be available to answer your questions about what to do with your records before you leave. These meetings will take place via Zoom. A link will be sent with the confirmation. Learn more. Read more about Records Management Office Hours for Retiring Staff
This 1-hr session on Oct. 29 focuses on helping all Harvard staff members identify which platforms are appropriate for the Harvard related social media accounts they are managing while abiding by University guidelines and department affiliation at the same time. Learn more. Read more about How to Use Social Media at Harvard