Grow Through Change #1
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As the university environment continues to change, employees are required to change with it. Change usually involves some kind of learning which results in behaviour change and the acquisition of new skills. Grow Through Change introduces employees to the concepts, methods and tools for successful continuous learning at work and throughout their lives.
People are most successful when they are mindful of themselves as learners and thinkers, develop the ability to reflect and create, identify and manage their learning agendas, and discover how to access the most appropriate resources to get what they need. In this program, employees will use the Learning Skills Inventory (LSI) to identify their learning style.
This is the right program for …
Those who are interested in developing their capacity to learn and are open to challenging themselves.
The program consists of two days (four ½-day sessions) in seminars. Over the course of the program you will use the LSI to identify your learning style, establish a specific direction for your life at work, and take action to support change and innovation in the workplace through learning advocacy.
- Understanding learning
- The Learning Skills Inventory (LSI) and using it at work
- Learning in relationship
- Self and mutual inquiry
- Taking action
Instructors: Evelina Rog, Senior Consultant, Learning & Development and Consulting Services, HR, University of Guelph
To register for the complete program you need only register for the first session.
Winter dates are: January 23, February 6, February 20, and March 5, 2020
There is a fee of $40 to participate in this program. This fee covers the completion of the online Learning Styles Inventory that will help you to understand how you approach learning. Upon completion of the inventory, participants will receive a personalized profile report which will be reviewed in the course. Cancellation Policy: Due to the costs associated with delivering this program we ask that you cancel at least 2 weeks prior to the first session. Failure to do so may result in a cancellation penalty of $40 that will be charged to your department.