New Courses for Your Leadership Growth

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Invest in yourself and your career by exploring Organizational Learning's new leadership course offerings. These courses are part of the Leadership 101 curriculum which is designed for individuals new to U-M, newly promoted to a supervisory position or interested in learning more about leadership. Pick and choose which courses best suit your learning needs; they can be taken in any order.

People Management 101: Giving and Receiving Feedback

This course will provide practical strategies for giving and receiving feedback gracefully and constructively. It is open to any U-M faculty or staff member interested in increasing their expertise with feedback conversations.

Leadership 101: Responding to Mental Health Concerns in the Workplace

You will learn best practices and strategies for recognizing and responding to mental and emotional health concerns in the workplace. This course is open to any U-M manager or supervisor who is interested in supporting the mental health and well-being of their teams. 

Leadership 101: Psychological Safety in the Workplace

This course will explore what psychological safety is (and is not) and how leaders can contribute to a positive, values-based workplace culture. It is open to any U-M manager or supervisor who is interested in creating and maintaining a psychologically safe workplace.

People Management 101: Communication Styles in the Workplace

This course will explore communication in the workplace through the  Straight Talk® system developed by communications expert and organizational leadership consultant Eric Douglas. It is open to any U-M faculty or staff member interested in developing their communication skills to be more effective and successful in their role.

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