If you’ve ever wanted to learn more about leadership, strengths, or how to handle conflict with coworkers, the Office of Training and Organizational Development can help.
The office designs and coordinates training and development opportunities for all Colorado State University employees — academic faculty, administrative professional staff, and state classified personnel. They offer a variety of classes on communication, conflict, team-building, and masterful training and facilitation.
The professional development classes cover one of four areas:
Self Discovery — Build an understanding of how to be a competent, thoughtful, and introspective leader who values the talents and strengths of self and others.
Team Effectiveness — Explore the components vital to building and maintaining effective relationships that cultivate team success.
You can also find HR and Business and Financial Services courses, as well as Building Proctor and Campus Safety training through the office of Training and Organizational Development.
Check out the website at the beginning of each semester (fall, spring and summer) for the current class schedule.
Interpersonal Skills — Develop the skills to be a conscientious communicator capable of building and sustaining relationships for individual and organizational success.
Systems Thinking — Emphasize the subtle interconnections within the whole – individual, team, and university.
And, new this spring is the Supervisor Development Program, which includes Mindset for Supervisors, Rules of the Road, and Inclusive Excellence.
The Spring 2017 class list is now available, and registration is open for all classes.