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In This Issue
  • Drive Your Growth Challenge Winners
  • Managing Yourself: Extreme Productivity
  • What Google Learned From Its Quest to Build the Perfect Team
  • Assess Your Management Skills Before You Manage People
  • Eugene Whitlock's Campus Conversation

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Drive Your Growth Challenge Winners:

SHARE and Cal Housing

Congratulations to the SHARE Berkeley Regional Service team and Cal Housing for being tied winners with the most new Wisdom Cafe Members!  

Driving your learning is a factor for success. Are you ready to drive your growth?  

Read more about the challenge and how your team can become winners here

Managing Yourself: Extreme Productivity

Bob Pozen does a lot. He’s been a top executive at two mutual fund giants, Fidelity and MFS Investment Management. He’s also been an attorney, a government official, a law school professor, a business school professor, and a prolific author. Read about the six principles Pozen believes will lead to a more productive work life here. 

What Google Learned From Its Quest to
Build the Perfect Team

Google became focused on building the perfect team and in 2012, the company embarked on an initiative — code-named Project Aristotle — to study hundreds of Google’s teams and figure out why some stumbled while others soared. Learn more here. 

Assess Your Management Skills
Before You Manage People

Are you an early career professional interested in exploring a management path? Apply now for the 2020 Management Skills Assessment Program (MSAP). 

Application deadline is December 18, 2019.

Eugene Whitlock's Campus Conversation

Eugene Whitlock, campus' new head of Berkeley People & Culture (formerly Central Human Resources), said he sees Berkeley as a place that could lead the way not only in world-changing research, but also in defining the future of work. Watch the conversation here. 

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