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Professional Development Courses Management Development Courses Leadership Development Courses Institute for Leadership Excellence Continuing Education Online Courses (ex: LinkedIn Learning) Create an Individual Development Plan (IDP) Need help getting started? Ask your manager for assistance. Start your IDP Institute for Leadership Excellence The Institute for Leadership Excellence (ILE) supports ongoing development of leadership competencies that prepare employees for management and leadership roles within the institution and promotes a philosophy of an inclusive growth mindset. The two programs, Emerging Leaders Program and Leadership Excellence and Development, are annually offered. Applications open in spring and cohorts begin each fall. View the ILE Programs Organization Development WashU’s highly experienced Organization Development team is dedicated to assessing, researching, designing, delivering, and evaluating support for WashU leadership.  We work on strategic planning and implementation, leadership coaching and development, individual and team assessments, team culture change, change management, performance improvement, and retreat planning and facilitation. Find resources for their team on the Manager’s Hub. Internal Development Partner Resources Office of Institutional Equity’s Education and Engagement The Education and Engagement team offers several interactive courses for staff and faculty to build awareness and understanding of equity and inclusion and practice skills in real time to participate in shifting culture and climate at WashU. View online courses. Brown SchoolVisit the website development resources and registration information. Research Administration (S.T.A.R.) The OVCR is hosting Research Town Hall meetings via zoom to communicate key changes impacting research, related to the pandemic. Executive Education, Olin Business School Technology and Leadership Center, Applied Science and Engineering School of Continuing & Professional Studies Meet WashU’s Learning and Development Team Juman Al Bukhari, PhD, EdD Senior Consultant, Learning and Development Phone: 314-935-0448 Email: [email protected] Carla Bailey, MBA Director, Learning and Development Phone: 314-935-8047 Fax: 314-935-9838 Email: [email protected] Robert Garr Administrative Assistant | Learning, Leadership, Organization Development & ILE Phone: 314-935-9194 Email: [email protected] Ashley Gibson Senior Consultant, Learning and Development Phone: 314-935-2729 Fax: 314-935-8603 Email: [email protected] Katie Nolen Specialist, Learning and Development Phone: 314-935-1129 Email: [email protected] Monica Black Robinson Consultant, Learning and Development Phone: 314-753-3101 Fax: 314-362-4923 Email: [email protected] Cristian Stowers Instructional Designer Phone: 314-935-0391 Email: [email protected] Contact Learning & Development: [email protected] Meet WashU’s Leadership Development Team Lindsey Alt Director, Leadership Development & Institute for Leadership Excellence (ILE) Email: [email protected] Melinda Stitzel Program Manager, Leadership Development and ILE Email: [email protected] LinkedIn Learning Complete LinkedIn Learning courses or learning paths to advance your skills for your current job and for your career growth goals. Upon completion of a lesson or course, we recommend you take a few moments to reflect on your learning insights and make a learning action plan. Learn with others by inviting your team members, colleagues, or peers to form a small group or cohort to take selected courses together. When the group completes a lesson or course, host a ZOOM or Microsoft Teams post learning group discussion to share key learning insights and strategies for applying the learning going forward. About LinkedIn Learning Login in LinkedIn Learning Human Resources and Washington University IT have partnered to provide all current faculty and staff at Washington University free access to LinkedIn Learning, an online learning resource with thousands of top-quality engaging courses offered in multiple languages. Recommended Courses Core Competencies for Success Adaptability & Change Developing Adaptable Employees Adapting to Change – Multiple lessons Communication Communications – Multiple lessons Communication Foundations Communicating with Transparency Collaboration & Teamwork Collaboration and Teamwork Multiple lessons Being An Effective Team Member Creativity & Innovation Fostering Innovation Learning path Creativity and Innovation – Multiple lessons Critical Thinking & Problem Solving Critical Thinking Critical Thinking and Problem Solving – Multiple lessons Technical Skills Microsoft Excel Excel Essential Training Harness the power of Excel Formatting Techniques Microsoft PowerPoint Essential Training Office 365 Data Driven Presentations with Excel & PowerPoint Microsoft Word What You Need to Know Word Advanced Tips and Tricks  Microsoft Outlook Outlook Essential Training Efficient Email Management Microsoft Project Project Essential Training Mastering Microsoft Project Graphical Reports Note: Other versions are available beyond Office 365 via search option Leadership Competencies for Success Champion Change Learning Path: Managing Change Leading Your Team Through Change Change Management Foundations Leading Change Fostering Collaboration Learning Path: Fostering Collaboration Creating a Culture of Collaboration Collaborative Leadership Influencing & Inspiring Others Transformational Leadership Leading with Vision Leading without Formal Authority Building Teams Learning Path: Improve Your Coaching Skills as a Manager Building High-Performance Teams Building Your Team Strategic Thinking and Action Strategic Thinking Leading Like a Futurist Aspiring and New Leaders Becoming a Leader – Learning Path Becoming a Manager – Learning Path Misc. Core Skill Courses Building Resilience Emotional Intelligence Communication Influence View All Staff Training Courses Remote Working Courses Managing Virtual Teams Managing Stress for Positive Change Time Management: Working From Home Productivity Tips: Finding Your Productive Mindset Learning Paths for Job Roles Become an Administrative Professional Become a Project Coordinator Become a Manager Advance Your Skills as a Manager Master In-Demand Professional Soft Skills Harvard Business Review Washington University faculty and students have full text access to the Harvard Business Review. For individual learning, we recommend you select and read article(s) either from the above listed competencies, related to your job specific skills, or desired development goals. After reading an article(s), take time to intentionally reflect on your key learning take-a-ways and make an action plan of how you will apply learning going forward. For social learning, we recommend inviting other staff, team members, colleagues, or peers to read selected article(s) together as a group. Then, host a Zoom or Microsoft Teams discussion group to share key learning insights and strategies on how to apply the learning going forward with one another. Access the Harvard Business Review Click on Business Source Complete. Explore Learn@Work Learn@Work is the university’s cloud based learning management system that provides compliance based training, professional development, and other instructional information to Washington University employees. Compliance ProfileTo get started complete the Compliance Profile to maintain compliance with all training requirements. The Compliance Profile is a short, web-based questionnaire required for all faculty and staff that identifies and assigns mandatory training. Log in to Learn@Work, go to Browse, and select Compliance Profile. Code of ConductHave you completed the university’s required Code of Conduct Annual Recertification in Learn@Work? The certification period begins each year on January 1 and has a requested annual completion date of March 31. Instructions to complete this certification. Diversity and InclusionWashU provides multiple courses in Learn@Work that are specific to diversity, equity and inclusion trainings available for staff and managers. Learn more about trainings online. Office Safety TrainingBasic office safety training is required for all faculty and staff at Washington University. If you haven’t already completed this, log in to Learn@Work and use the search function to locate the course, General Administrative Office Safety Training. Free Webinar Events VitalSmartJoin VitalSmart for their free webinar series on Crucial Skills for Crucial Times. In five, 45-minute sessions, author Joseph Grenny, along with Master Trainers Emily Gregory and Justin Hale, will share skills for helping you, your people, and your organization minimize risk, increase safety, and adapt and be effective in this crucial and unprecedented time. For dates and times, please visit their website. Institute for Management Studies (IMS)Visit the Institute for Management Studies (IMS) website for many free webinars. Develop, Learn & Lead Professional Development Management Development Leadership Development Institute for Leadership Excellence Continuing Education Online Learning Helpful Links Login to Workday@WashU Legacy Systems Contact Benefits Learn@Work University Reporting Hotline WashU Reporting Options Washington University Human Resources Contact Us Danforth Campus The Link in the Loop 621 N. 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