Elise Tofias Phillips

What’s Next? It’s Your Time!

— This is a closed cohort – enrollment is now closed. — “What’s Next? It’s Your Time! Navigating and Managing Personal and Professional Transitions” Tuesdays, February 20 – March 26, 2024, 12:30 – 1:30 pm Sponsored by the Center for Faculty Development’s Office for Senior Faculty Transitions Navigate and manage the transition to the next phase...

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Faculty Transition Series: “Retirement Nuts & Bolts”

Faculty Transition Webinar Series Session 4- “Retirement Nuts and Bolts” The Faculty Transition Webinar Series sponsored by the Office for Senior Faculty Affairs addresses the many elements that come into play as faculty move toward retirement. This fourth session will have a panel from Human Resources, Professional Staff Benefits, and the Employee Assistance Program to...

Eryn Schultz

It’s Never Too Early to Plan for Retirement

It’s Never Too Early to Plan for Retirement: Financial Advice for Early-career Faculty Are you saving each month but aren’t sure you are on track? A lot of retirement planning resources are geared towards individuals who are 5-10 years away from retirement. What about when you’re early career? We will dig into a series of...

Russ and Stephanie Eisenstat

Faculty Transition Series: “Crafting the Next Chapter”

Faculty Transition Webinar Series Session 2- “Crafting Your Next Chapter- Reframe, Revitalize, and Reinvent” Mid- to late-career for highly motivated individuals can be a time of stress and transition, but also a chance to reflect, re-energize, and reimagine work and life. Recent research in the fields of life span development and positive psychology highlights that...

Nora Yousif

Faculty Transition Series: “Health of Your Wealth”

Faculty Transition Webinar Series Session 3- “Health of Your Wealth: Retirement preparation in the midst of unknowns” The Faculty Transition Webinar Series sponsored by the Office for Senior Faculty Affairs addresses the many elements that come into play as faculty move toward retirement. This third session addresses the financial aspect of retirement. Learning Objectives: Upon...

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Working Parent Journey

Preventing and Recovering from Burnout Are you a new or seasoned parent juggling work and raising a young family? Do you feel like you oscillate between anxiety, overwhelm, and stress and often have trouble managing all these roles? You are not alone in this journey! You’re invited to a FREE virtual workshop where we will...

Eryn Schultz

Public Student Loan Forgiveness

Savvy tips for maximizing Public Student Loan Forgiveness Sponsored by the Center for Faculty Development With student loan payments restarting in October, what are savvy strategies you can take to reduce your student loan payments and increase the value of loan forgiveness? Ms. Schultz covered Biden’s new SAVE income-driven repayment plan and how when you...

Eryn Schultz

It’s Never Too Early to Plan for Retirement

It’s Never Too Early to Plan for Retirement: Financial Advice for Early-career Faculty Are you saving each month but aren’t sure you are on track? A lot of retirement planning resources are geared towards individuals who are 5-10 years away from retirement. What about when you’re early career? We will dig into a series of...

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Tackle Unhealthy Habits – Transform Your Life

Tackle Unhealthy Habits and Transform Your Life – Mass General Brigham EAP Breaking bad habits can be tough. The good news is that change is absolutely possible. This session will explore the science of behavior change and apply these teachings to tackle common bad habits such as alcohol consumption, smoking, social media and unhealthy eating....

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Setting Goals and Priorities for the New Year

EAP Webinar: Setting Goals and Priorities for the New Year This webinar focuses on developing and maintaining a smart spending plan. Presented by RTN and sponsored by EAP Check out other webinars and seminars by the MGB EAP.

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