In recognition of the unique challenges that a dynamic and large-scale workplace presents, Stanford is now offering manager workshops to give managers tools and resources to effectively and confidently handle these challenges. These workshops focus on areas many Stanford managers have identified as especially important during this period of transition and re-engagement.
Manager workshops foster collaboration and connection among the university’s managers and give you the chance to learn from university leaders and experts.
These workshops allow for in-depth exploration of a topic by being interactive, having a 90-minute session time, and taking place with a small group of managers.
On this page you can find upcoming manager workshops and links to recordings of past workshops. Workshops will be held via Zoom, and registration through STARS is required. Enrollment is limited to preserve a size conducive to the workshops’ interactive structure.
If you would like to share your feedback on your experience with manager workshops or express interest on topics you’d like future workshops to cover, please contact email@example.com.
Past Manager Workshops
Below are workshop materials from the past workshop. Note: To access these tools, you must be logged into the Stanford Google workspace. Please view the PDF by clicking the download button on the top right-hand corner of the page.
Engaging your team in a transitioning work world
This workshop detailed strategies on navigating individual and team transitions into this next phase of work, cultivating team agility in an ever-changing world, and strengthening team connection and engagement.
Engaging Teams in a Transitioning Work World slide deck and hand out
Leading hybrid & remote teams
These workshops provided practical tips on a range of topics, such as assessing your hybrid model, building community, fostering collaboration, best practices for hybrid meetings, communications, onboarding, and helpful tools.
Leading Hybrid and Remote Teams slide deck and hand out. Be inspired by this list of recommendations from your colleagues , drawn from discussions in past workshops.