- Learning & 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.
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?
|• 8 Dimensions of Leadership
• Being a Coach for Career Development
• Interviewing & Orientation Essentials
• New Manager Orientation
• Performance Evaluation
• Performance Management
• The Unified Team
• Understanding FMLA
• Career Pathing for Employees
• Aspiring Leaders Program
• Exceptional Leadership Program
|Upcoming Live Well Personal Development sessions for Novmeber and December 2014 focus on resilience. Click here to register for the sessions listed below and learn about the Resilience Toolkit.
December 3: Build Inner Peace: Practicing Mindfulness in a Busy World--Busch Student Center 253C
December 10: Work with Purpose: Refocusing Activities to Achieve Personal Goals--Allied Health Multi-Purpose Room
|Live Well Financial sessions are scheduled quarterly and are facilitated by Chrisina Gilchrist, Manager of the U.S. Bank on campus. A separate financial session for women is offered through collaboration with the Women's Commission and TIAA-CREF. These sessions are scheduled during the fall and spring. Dates and topics are TBD.|
Live Well Spiritual sessions will be added to the Live Well Program beginning the 2014-2015 academic year and will be delivered by the Division of Mission and Ministry. These sessions are facilitated by Fr. Paul Stark, S.J., VP for Mission and Ministry, and members of the Society of Jesus (the Jesuits).
December 17, 2014--The Jesuit Mission and the Mission of SLU
Fr. Paul Stark, S.J., Vice President Mission & Ministry
Location & Time: Allied Health Multipurpose Room, 11:00 a.m. to 12 noonFr. Paul Stark, S.J. will present on the Mission of the University, "The pursuit of truth for the greater glory of God and the service of Humanity," but what does this mean in your own experience as an employee at the University? What is the difference between the Jesuit Mission and SLU's Mission? Are they the same or different? Learn the answers to these questions and how the Mission of SLU informs our work and relationships both within and outside of SLU. Click here to register.
|Learn at Your Own Pace||Current Learning Communities and Support Groups|