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Self-Development for Managers

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We believe that the university's greatest asset is our talent (our people). Employees who manage and lead impact the quality of the work and the workplace not just for themselves, but also for their teams. That's why we sponsor programs to equip our leaders for success now and in the future.

Leadership Programs and Resources

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Manager Forums

Virtual forums for people managers to connect, learn from each other, and review resources available to support their teams.

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Manager Workshops

Manager Workshops allow for a more in-depth exploration of topics that managers across the university have identified as especially important for their roles. 

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Stanford Fellows

Broadening faculty and senior staff members' understanding of the university by addressing issues related to Stanford's mission, governance, priorities, and its internal and external relations.

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Stanford Leadership Academy

Building the leadership capabilities of the faculty, staff and health care administrators who will guide the university in the future.

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Leadership @ Stanford

Helping senior level managers develop leadership capability, expand knowledge of university processes, and build a strong network of alliances across schools and units.

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Stanford Manager Academy

Enhancing the effectiveness of staff managers at all levels of experience and create a community of managers across the university.

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Program Alumni

Events and activities offered to our alumni community of over 3,000 Stanford faculty, staff, and administrators.

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Internal and external resources and tools to help you develop in your role as a manager and/or leader.

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