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The 2017-18 Focus on People Benchmark Report provides analytics and insights about UBC’s workforce. Taking into consideration the priorities in UBC’s new strategic plan, Shaping UBC’s Next Century, the information in the report is intended to begin to inform the university’s ability to:

  • Attract, engage and retain a diverse global community of outstanding student employees, faculty and staff;
  • Support the ongoing development of sustainable, healthy and connected campuses and communities; and
  • Cultivate a diverse community that creates and sustains equitable and inclusive campuses.

Many of the insights and calls-to-action are applicable university-wide, and we encourage you to think about how these apply to local areas.

Visit http://focusonpeople.ubc.ca/reporting/ to read the full report.

Coaching Internship Program information session: Nov. 21, 2018

Coaching@UBC?is accepting applications for the 2019?Coaching Internship Program. Successful applicants will receive funding towards the completion of an ICF Accredited Coach Training Program. Learn about the program and what it mean to become a coach through the Coaching Internship Program at our information session on Nov. 21, 2018, 1:00 – 2:00 p.m. Register?online.

Please visit the?Coaching Internship Program?for full details and application package. The application deadline is Feb. 1, 2019.

Search Inside Yourself training program: Jan. 14-15, 2019

In support of?UBC’s?commitment to workplace health and wellbeing, HR is bringing back a unique professional development opportunity for faculty and staff at the Vancouver campus.

Developed at Google and founded in neuroscience,?Search Inside Yourself (SIY)?is a training program that uses emotional intelligence and mindfulness to optimize performance, build leadership skills and increase wellbeing. The?SIY?program consists of:

  • Two-day in-person cohort-based training taught by SIY-certified instructors (Jan. 14-15, 2019, at the Vancouver campus)
  • Four weeks of follow-up exercises, content and cohort conversations via email (approx. mid-January to mid-February)
  • One-hour debrief session via webinar to integrate learning, answer questions and provide direction going forward (approx. late February)

Cost: $50 per person (eligible for PD funding)

The registration deadline is Jan. 4, 2019, but last year’s program filled up quickly. Spots are limited and available on a first come, first served basis.?Register now!

For more information, including program benefits and what’s included in the cost of the program, visit the Search Inside Yourself webpage.

Reminders for administrators following cannabis legalization in Canada

On Oct. 17, cannabis use was legalized in Canada. As stated in the memo sent to the HR Network community of practice on Oct. 9:

UBC has an obligation to observe the safety rules set out in section 4.20 of the Occupational Health and Safety Regulation to prevent impairment in the workplace. This means ensuring that employees do not arrive or remain at work while their ability to work is affected by alcohol, cannabis, or any other impairing substance, regardless of its legal status.

Although medical authorization to use cannabis does not include a right to consume cannabis at work or arrive to work impaired, employees who are prescribed cannabis for medical purposes and seek or require an accommodation will be advised to speak with their supervisor (staff or student employees) or Head (faculty). Any unauthorized or unapproved use of cannabis prior to or during work hours will not be tolerated and may result in discipline.

We ask that all administrators and managers familiarize themselves with our document, “Information for Supervisors Regarding Substance Use.” If you have questions regarding medical accommodations, or employee substance use, please contact the following:

Together, we can continue to foster a healthy, safe, inclusive, and professional work environment at UBC.


Two broadcast email messages were also distributed to the broader campus community on this subject, if you are interested in reading more:

New professional development workshops this winter

We have two new professional development workshops coming up this winter that may be of interest to you or to your staff:

You may be able to use your professional development funding towards these courses. Visit the PD funding page for your employee group to learn more, or contact pd.workshops@ เว็บพนันบอล ดีที่สุด www.rockyandballs.com with questions.

HR memo: Local elections on Oct. 20

On Oct. 1, 2018, we distributed a memo on the university’s obligations towards employees scheduled to work on the date of the upcoming general local elections, Saturday, Oct. 20, 2018.

PD opportunity: Thriving in Change: Oct. 29

HR is hosting a half-day workshop,? Thriving in Change, on Oct. 29, 2018. This session is for UBC staff and faculty? who want to learn more about the natural cycles and impact of change in order to remain resilient and engaged through the transition.

About the workshop

If nothing changed in your life in the next five years, would that be okay with you? Change is normal and natural – how we respond to change and interact and support others affected by it can make all the difference. In this workshop participants will start by exploring their own attitudes and reactions to change, learn foundational models to broaden their appreciation of the change journey, and gain new tools and strategies for use in an interpersonal and organizational context.

Learning outcomes

  • Be aware of you personal reactions and attitudes toward change
  • Gain an understanding of key change models
  • Be able to identify and use tools and behaviours that support and enhance personal resiliency in change
  • Be better able to support others as you navigate change

Course information

Thriving in Change
Oct. 29, 2018, 1:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m.
Cost: $200
Tech Enterprise Facilities III, Room 610 [map]
Register online

You may be able to use your?professional development funding?towards this course. Please visit the?PD funding page for your employee group?to learn more. Contact?pd.workshops@ เว็บพนันบอล ดีที่สุด www.rockyandballs.com?with questions.

UBC coaching programs recognized with International Prism Award 2018 – Honourable Mention

In the world of organizational development, coaching has become the most effective tool to accelerate results in learning and professional development and building engaged workplaces.

UBC has received the 2018 Honourable Mention for the International Prism Award, a prestigious honour from the International Coach Federation that recognizes the impact of UBC’s rigorous coaching programs in all its facets and in a number of areas, from personal development to shaping the organizational culture and addressing strategic goals.

Across the organization, UBC encourages students, staff and faculty to lead?through a coach approach to discover and explore new ways of learning – from leadership programs to performance conversations. Since 2001, over 4,300 faculty and staff have accessed free, one-on-one professional coaching services through the Coaching@UBC program?and Career Navigation and Transition services. The community of coaches currently includes 55 internal coaches (those coaches who also work at UBC) as well as 27 external coaches. UBC also offers staff and faculty electing to pursue ICF-accredited coaching training access and scholarship awards for the UBC Coaching Internship Program.

UBC was shortlisted as one of four global finalists earlier this summer, and the award was announced on Sept. 26, 2018 at the Human Capital Institute’s?Learning and Leadership Development Conference?in Chicago, Illinois.?Congratulations to all!


Coaching@UBC provides an opportunity for faculty and staff to focus and move forward on career goals through the exploration of ideas and candid dialogue with a confidential and unbiased thinking partner.?Learn more.