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NFAC Managing your Lab Group

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The New Faculty Advisory Committee (NFAC) presents an online workshop detailing lab group management best practices with Blake Ashforth, Regents Professor and Horace Steele Arizona Chair in the W. P. Carey Department of Management and Entrepreneurship.

Managing your lab group: Best practices
Friday, April 17, 2020
Noon–1:30 p.m.
Attend on Zoom


You’ve assembled a brilliant group of people for your lab: now what? This workshop will be highly interactive, as we discuss best practices (do’s and don’ts) for managing your lab. Specific
topics will in clude creating a constructive lab culture, motivating and setting expectations, coaching and delegating, and mitigating conflicts.

About the speaker

Blake Ashforth is a Regents Professor in the Management & Entrepreneurship department at the W. P. Carey School of Business, Arizona State University. He received his Ph.D. from the University of Toronto. His research concerns the ongoing dance between individuals and organizations, including socialization and work adjustment, identity and identification, respect and dignity, and the links among individual-, group-, and organization-level phenomena. Recent work has focused on dirty work, ambivalence, and anthropomorphism. Blake is a Fellow of the Academy of Management, and a winner of the Lifetime Achievement Award from the Academy’s OB Division and the Distinguished Scholar Award from the Academy’s MOC Division.

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