Learning and Development
Welcome to 2017! We wish for you a healthy, productive and engaging year. Learning is a great contributor to all of those things so we invite you to take a look at our updated list of programs and services for Winter 2017. Invest in yourself and connect with colleagues across campus.
Here are a few highlights:
We have added a new offering of the very popular session on Having Difficult Conversations. It is scheduled for January 25th.
We are thrilled to announce that Evelina Rog has joined us early this week in the role of Sr. Consultant, Learning & Development, Human Resources.
Learning & Development, Human Resources is now accepting applications for Building Leadership Effectiveness (BLE), a two-day leadership development program for leaders and managers at U of G. Alumni of this program have called it inspiring, valuable, and "the best workshop that I have participated in during my career at the University."
Each day, no matter our job title or position, we have an opportunity to be a leader and make a real different in client, staff and leadership satisfaction.
Learn more about your personal form of leadership through Learning & Development's popular "Personal Leadership at Work" core program for University of Guelph staff which will be offered in February 2013.
Meetings are crucial to your group, team, department and ultimately to the entire organization. They rely on responsible, focused and respected interaction between all group members.
Facilitating Effective Meetings is a new program from Learning & Development designed for those required lead meetings on a regular basis. Here is your best chance to learn the skills you need to plan and conduct meetings designed to achieve successful outcomes!
The ability to motivate and co-ordinate staff in an increasingly complex and ever-changing world is a major challenge facing organizations today; add in the generational divide and the challenge for managers increases tenfold.
Learning & Development is introducing two new programs to help managers understand the generational divide and develop the skills required to successfully manage four generations at work.