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Your Development

Professional & Personal Development Options

Through learning communities, online learning, and instructor led courses, Learning & Development strives to ensure the SLU community is equipped to develop both personally and professionally.

Professional Development

Click on the course listings below to view their descriptions (in progress).

To view current offerings and to register, log in to "Instructor Led Training" link on the main page of SkillSoft. Log in to SkillSoft through your MySLU "Tools" page.


All Staff and Faculty Current and Aspiring Managers
Classes for those who want to build their skills and become more effective in their current role.  Support for those interested in developing their leadership skills and/or exploring options for the next stage in their career. 

Are You Listening?

Basic Presentations

Business Writing

Career Pathing for Employees

Conducting Effective Meetings

Discrimination & Harassment Awareness

Goal Setting

Google Apps Boot Camp

SkillSoft Introduction and Tour

Speaking with Confidence

Successful Customer Service

Team Building

Time Management

A.L.I.C.E. Response to Active Shooter

Campus Safety

Happy Hour

8 Dimensions of Leadership

Being a Coach for Career Development

Interviewing & Orientation Essentials

• New Manager Orientation

Performance Evaluation

Performance Management

Project Management Essentials at SLU

The Unified Team

Understanding FMLA


Aspiring Leaders Program

• Exceptional Leadership Program

Personal Development

Registration for all Live Well classes is available through SkillSoft. Click here to register through SkillSoft. View upcoming Live Well sessions, and click "Enroll" for the sessions you wish to attend. Under "More Actions", you can subscribe to the "Watch List" to receive notifications when new sessions have been added. If you are new to SkillSoft, click here.

Click here to access the Live Well google site to access Resilience Resources.

Learn at Your Own Pace Current Learning Communities and Support Groups


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