Harvard ManageMentor

Report
Harvard ManageMentor
Orientation
TO SUPPORT OUR VISION TO BE RECOGNIZED NATIONALLY FOR
QUALITY CARE, ACADEMIC EXCELLENCE, AND INNOVATION…
CNE Balanced Scorecard/Strategy Map
…we need to
ensure our
managers
and leaders
have the
skills to meet
the most
pressing
challenges.
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THE DEVELOPMENTAL MIX
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BLENDED LEARNING
Courses
HMM
[CBLs]
Classes
[instructorled]
mentornet
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LEARNING STYLES
“I don’t have time to go
to a course. I prefer to learn by
doing anyway. If I need
something, I’ll look it
up when I need it.”
“I prefer to learn from others. I
like the interaction. I could take
an hour over lunch and meet
with someone.”
“I don’t mind spending time
learning, grappling with a new
idea. If I can do it when I have
a window of time –
I’d take a class.”
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ALIGNMENT TO OUR LEADERSHIP COMPETENCIES
HMM
Lominger
Each HMM
topic is mapped
to CNE’s
leadership
competencies
for aligned and
integrated
development
opportunities.
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HARVARD MANAGEMENTOR – MAP TO LOMINGER COMPETENCIES
Lominger Competencies Mapped to Harvard ManageMentor Topics
Card #
Category
Skill / Competency
1
Initiative
Action Oriented
2
Self
Management
Dealing with
Ambiguity
3
Interpersonal
Relationships
Approachability
4
Interpersonal
Relationships
Boss Relationships
Description
Enjoys working hard; is action oriented and full of energy for
the things he/she sees as challenging; not fearful of acting
with a minimum of planning; seizes more opportunities than
others.
Can effectively cope with change; can shift gears
comfortably; can decide and act without having the total
picture; isn't upset when things are up in the air; doesn't
have to finish things before moving on; can comfortably
handle risk and uncertainty.
Is easy to approach and talk to; spends the extra effort to
put others at ease; can be warm, pleasant, and gracious; is
sensitive to and patient with the interpersonal anxieties of
others; builds rapport well; is a good listener; is an early
knower, getting informal and incomplete information in time
to do something about it.
Responds and relates well to bosses; would work harder for
a good boss; is open to learning from bosses who are good
coaches and who provide latitude; likes to learn from those
who have been there before; easy to challenge and develop;
is comfortably coachable.
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Harvard ManageMentor
Strategy Execution
Team Leadership
Change Management
Crisis Management
Coaching
Leading and Motivating
Managing Upward
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HARVARD MANAGEMENTOR - CONTENT AT A GLANCE
• 44 modules, each designed to help
managers and leaders gain competency or
get help fast on a specific topic, and to
share what they know.
• Built on the knowledge and experience of
world-class experts.
• Modules incorporate video insights, cases,
real-world practice, peer-to-peer
connections, tools, assessments, and
more.
Top
Researchers
Managing Yourself
Managing Others
Managing the Business
Career Management
Change Management
Budgeting
Delegating
Coaching
Business Case Development
Goal Setting
Developing Others
Business Plan Development
Managing Upward
Difficult Interactions
Crisis Management
Meeting Management
Dismissing an Employee
New Manager
Feedback Essentials
Transitions
Global Collaboration
Presentations Skills
Hiring
Stress Management
Managing Lay-offs
Innovation & Creativity
Time Management
Leading and Motivating
Innovation Implementation
Writing Skills
Performance Appraisals
Marketing Essentials
Persuading Others
Negotiating
Retaining Employees
Performance Management
Team Leadership
Process Improvement
Customer Focus
Decision Making
Diversity & Inclusion
Team Management
Virtual Teams
Ethics at Work
Finance Essentials
Project Management
Strategic Thinking
Strategy Execution
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HARVARD MANAGEMENTOR®
TOUR
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ACCESSING HARVARD MANAGEMENTOR
URL:
https://carene.myhmm.org
Username:
Your email address
Password:
harvard (all lowercase)
Questions?
Contact Dean Carlson, Meghan DeAngelis or Lorinda Silveira by
phone or email.
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