Leadership Development Programs prepare and assist academic leaders, managers, and supervisors to perform their roles effectively in support of the University's mission of research, teaching, and outreach.
The PEL program provides leadership development opportunities for high potential P&A, civil service, and bargaining unit staff through educational and experiential components.
Each year, the Women's Leadership Institute offers a cohort of University women an opportunity to grow as leaders.
UP! Circles (University Professional Circles) is a 10-month professional development program designed to enhance one’s professional effectiveness, cut across the barriers that lead to staff isolation, and support the University’s mission of excellence in teaching, research, and outreach.
This program is built on the Situational Leadership II© model and is designed to equip participants to effectively manage and develop their personnel, time, and resources.
This five-day program is designed to provide leadership development within the context of the University culture and community.
In this year-long program, new department chairs and heads learn about the roles and responsibilities of their positions, skills needed to be successful, and University resources available to help them in their work.
The program is jointly sponsored by the Office of the Executive Vice President and Provost and the Office of the Vice President for Human Resources.
Succession Management Workshop series
The Office of Human Resources has developed a four-part seminar series to help University units develop and implement a succession management plan.
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