The University of Colorado Denver | Anschutz Medical Campus Learning & Development unit is responsible for the design and delivery of professional development programs for all university faculty and staff. We provide courses on a wide variety of topics including professional development opportunities, interpersonal skills, manager competencies, and targeted topics specific to the University.
Our strategy is to provide professional and leadership development at all levels that is linked directly to supporting the University’s Mission, Vision and Values; as well as, the execution of the strategic priorities related to enhancing and promoting development programs at all career stages.
A survey by the Society of Human Resource Management (SHRM) shows that employee recognition and engagement are key to retaining good employees. And, according to research conducted by the US Department of Labor, 64% of Americans who leave their jobs say they do so because they don’t feel appreciated. Personally relevant and authentic appreciation leads to employee engagement, a positive culture, lower turnover and absenteeism, higher productivity, and impacts the bottom line. This workshop utilizes the concepts from the book “The 5 Languages of Appreciation in the Workplace – Empowering Organizations by Encouraging People” to understand the impact communicating authentic appreciation can have on an individual, team, and organization.
Register for Appreciation in the Workplace.
This course builds on the foundations of Extended DISC. During this workshop, we will discuss the theory behind stress, the causes and signs of stress in the four styles and provide recommendations to better cope. By becoming more self-aware of how our DISC styles operate in challenging situations, we develop skills to control our stress.
Register for Extended DISC and Managing Stress
Interested in Continuous Improvement? Learning and Development partners with Leah Emerick with CU University Research to offers 3 trainings on this topic.
Human Resources' Talent Acquisition and Compensation team are bringing you 2 offerings!
Tips for Resumes at CU
Discuss the art of writing resumes and cover letters with specific focus on internal applications at CU. Our goal is to provide you with the tools and knowledge to write resumes/cover letters that stand out in the application process. YOU’RE HIRED!
Register for Tips for Resumes at CU.
Tips for Interviewing at CU
In this two-hour course we will dive deep into job interviews. We will share best practices, tips & tricks, do’s & don’ts, and real-world examples to help you best prepare for your next job interview at CU. YOU’RE HIRED!
Register for Tips for Interviewing at CU.
If you are looking for resources or courses related to this topic, you can find a wide range of information on the home page of Human Resources.
Renowned faculty from the Colorado School of Public Health's Center for Health, Work & Environment developed the Total Worker Health® (TWH) Leadership 101 course to help you assess your current leadership strategy and build a framework for evaluating Total Worker Health® (TWH) at your unit, in your organization. This training is asynchronous and can be completed online, at your own pace. At the end of this course, learners will be able to identify:
This course is recommended for managers/supervisors interested in learning how to become leaders in their organization, who can drive organizational change to achieve Total Worker Health®. Professionals who may benefit from this training include: business owners, executives, senior managers, benefits and HR professionals, occupational health and safety specialists, and public health advocates.
For further information regarding these courses, please see the main >Instructor-Led Training Courses Page