Organizational Learning promotes lifelong learning resources and opportunities for U-M faculty and staff, including strategies for career growth, leadership development and campus culture change initiatives.
Core Service Areas
Organizational Learning has four main areas of focus:
Campus Culture Change Initiatives
We develop long-term educational strategies and interventions for university-wide culture change initiatives including diversity, equity and inclusion and sexual harassment and misconduct.
We collaborate with partners on the Ann Arbor, Dearborn and Flint campuses and Michigan Medicine to provide level-specific leadership development programs across the university.
Medical School Faculty and Leadership Development (Michigan Medicine)
Under the direction of the Chief Organizational Learning Officer, Faculty and Leadership Development at Michigan Medicine provides resources to help faculty develop teaching, research and leadership skills to help them have a successful career at U-M.
Professional and Career Development
We offer dozens of in-person and online professional and career development classes, along with additional learning opportunities and resources to meet a variety of individual and departmental needs.
In 2017-18, Learning & Professional Development (LPD) merged with Organizational Learning to leverage and expand on professional and career development services.