Session: Job-crafting for Authenticity & Empowerment
Job-crafting has been shown to improve well-being and engagement at work when done well. However, empowering leadership is critical to support the job-crafting effort. In this workshop, Dr. Meese and Geoff Silvera led participants through a hands-on activity to help them develop a plan to “craft” their current job to help them feel more empowered, authentic and engaged at work. They discussed strategies for both the leader and follower to engage authentically in the workplace, and how to negotiate difficult job-crafting conversations.
Geoff Silvera is a management scholar primarily focused on the influence of executive decision-makers on end-user outcomes. He presently serves as an Assistant Professor of Health Services Administration in the Department of Health Services Administration at The University of Alabama-Birmingham’s School of Health Professions. Previously Geoff served on the faculty at Auburn University. His doctorate in Health Policy and Administration was completed at the Pennsylvania State University, and masters and bachelors degrees were earned at the University of Florida. In addition to his academic position, he presently serves on the editorial board of HCMR, QMHC, and as the Associate Editor of PXJ.
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