Professional Development

Professional Development Classes

The University of Michigan - Flint Human Resources Office, in conjunction with the Chancellor and the Office of Vice Chancellor for Business & Finance, would like to announce the following professional development sessions.  These sessions below are part of continuing efforts to provide professional development opportunities on the Flint Campus. 

 

LEAD: Leadership Excellence Achievement and Development

The purpose of the LEAD program is to create a long-term, consistent and well-defined leadership framework and process based on the university’s core competency model. After completion, participants will be able to:

Increase their competencies to achieve strategic organizational priorities

Lead teams with positive relationships that achieve exemplary performance

Demonstrate their motivation and commitment to UM-Flint’s mission and vision by continuing to develop their leadership ability.

For more informatin please see the LEAD website.

 

EXCEL: A Personal Leadership Certificate Initiative

EXCEL is for staff or faculty who would like to experience further success at UM-Flint by developing his or her individual skills in a deliberate and strategic manner. EXCEL supports executive leadership’s long-term, consistent and well-defined leadership framework and process based on the university’s eight core competencies. After completion, participants will be able to:

Demonstrate increased competencies to achieve strategic organizational priorities
Display their motivation and commitment to UM-Flint’s mission and vision by continuing to develop their leadership skills.

For more information please see the EXCEL website.

ADVANCE: Manager Development Series

UM-Flint Human Resources, in partnership with Human Resource Development (HRD), is pleased to announce the offering of six dynamic management courses.  Each of the six courses will provide continuous learning opportunities that are relevant to all levels of managers, regardless of their years of experience. You will benefit by engaging in a continuous conversation with peers to meet organizational goals and achieve real, business focused results and solve critical workforce issues.

These courses are primarily intended for any staff or faculty who hold a supervisory role and seek to increase their knowledge in organizational subject matter involving workforce planning, recruitment, development, and retention.  These courses are being offered on our campus at no cost to registrants.  

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Succession Planning                                                                                       
Presenter:  Anita Schnars
Thursday, March 20, 2014   
UCEN Happenings Room
8:30 am - 12:00 noon                           
 
Performance Management/Work Planning                                                 
Presenters: Ron Sober/Mark Brown
Tuesday, April 8, 2014  
UCEN Happenings
8:30 am - 12:00 noon                                          
 
Coaching that Works                                                                                     
Presenter: Joanna Sabo
Wednesday, May 28, 2014  
UCEN Michigan Rooms A-B
9:00 am - 4:00 p.m.                                   
 
Managing Generations in the Workplace                                                    
Presenter:  Mark Brown
Tuesday, June 3, 2014 
UCEN Michigan Rooms A-B
8:30 am – 12:00 noon,