Learning that fuels your professional success
Success is measured not only by what you do, but how you do it
Organizational competencies provide the foundation for our collective success by establishing the benchmark behaviours for all employees regardless of their role and level. They are our guiding light in how we show up and connect with each other.
Our course catalogue is curated using our organizational competencies to help you find the right development opportunity.
The catalogue also includes learning options for a variety of professional skills that everyone across the university might need to be successful. These include communications, interpersonal skills, and personal effectiveness skills.
- EQUITY, DIVERSITY & INCLUSION
- INNOVATION & EXCELLENCE
Research shows that learning occurs in three ways, and that orchestrating them together leads to the better development for employees
Education is learning by instruction from an expert, in the physical classroom, a virtual classroom, and through self-paced online courseware.
Every idea on this list is set up as a learning activity in the Learning Management System (LMS). To add an exposure activity to your learning record, you can register for it in the LMS. Your manager will need to approve it once it’s been completed.
Experience is learning by doing, through new roles or on-the-job “stretch” situations with real performance consequences. Experience, with reflection and feedback, provides the greatest opportunity for acquiring and refining knowledge, skills, and behavior. These are just a few ideas for on-the-job experience you can use.
Every idea on this list is set-up as a learning activity in the Learning Management System (LMS). To add an experience activity to your learning record, you can register for it in the LMS. Your manager will need to approve it once it is completed.