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|Recommended Trainings for Staff||Recommended Trainings for Managers|
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Longwood Mentoring Program
The Longwood Mentoring Program is a pilot program for FY22 that is brought to campus through the efforts of the Office of Employee Development and Wellness and the Black Staff Caucus Committee for Career Advancement. This program facilitates one-to-one mentoring relationships that will connect individuals across our unique campus environment (the Harvard Medical School, Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health, and the Harvard School of Dental Medicine) to help individuals involved expand their networks, gain new knowledge and insights, work towards career advancement and build new skills. Applications to participate as a mentee in the program are now open and can be completed on the Longwood Mentoring Program webpage. This program uses the mentoring software and website Chronus in order to connect individuals and allow them access to different tasks and abilities to meet and organize their mentoring relationship directly from the site. View below for some more dates and information about the program:
- Early December – call for mentee applications, deadline December 9th
- Mid-December – accepted mentees matched with selected mentors
- January 12th – trainings for accepted mentees and mentors on creating effective relationships
- January 19th – Orientation and kickoff to program as well as information on usuing the Chronus site
- April 12th – cohort-wide professional development session
- January-June 2022 – ongoing virtual 1:1s with mentor
- July 2022 – closing ceremony
Some of our workshops have been recorded because of their relevance and the need for on-demand access to the content. Please view the courses that have been recorded below by following the link to each video.
- Inclusive Recruitment Practices: Job Descriptions and Advertising
- Inclusive Recruitment Practices: Resume Review & Interviewing
- Inclusive Recruitment Practices: Onboarding and Retention
- New Flexible Commuting Options at Harvard
- Performance Management: Goal Setting
- Managing in a Hybrid Work Environment
- Your Care@Work Benefit Information Session
As managers, there are a variety of tools and resources available to help you navigate your leadership position within the university. You can start by viewing the Manager Resources Overview handout for a comprehensive compilation of resources. You can also find more specifically curated content on Diversity, Inclusion and Belonging courses in the DIB and Remote Resources for Managers. Additionally, there are several self-paced online trainings available on the LinkedIn Learning handout that are helpful for any manager.
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There are also excellent training resources available through LinkedIn Learning, an online training resource for members of the Harvard community, which you can access by visiting the LinkedIn Learning at Harvard site.
Harvard IT Academy
The new Harvard IT Academy is a CIO Council, FAS Research Computing and DCE sponsored, multi-year professional development program.
Recent trends in IT management are changing the way Harvard thinks about information technology. In order to stay competitive and retain our valued employees, the IT Academy aims to enable each IT staff person to grow professionally and become a trusted partner to her or his team. The IT Academy is built on the belief that every IT staff member across the University (including technology employees at each school and campus) can grow in her or his area of expertise as well as building strong people and project management skills.
For more information visit the Harvard IT Academy Page.
Universal Manager Training and the HLC Manager/Supervisor Series
Managers at Longwood are encouraged to attend two series of trainings – Universal Manager Training and the HLC Manager/Supervisor Series. Both programs provide unique training and opportunities for managerial development. To learn more about the differences visit the UMT versus MSS page.
For more information on the differences between the programs visit the UMT versus MSS Program Descriptions and Comparisons Page.
CWD Leadership Development Programs
Each fiscal year, the Center for Workplace Development hosts a series of leadership development programs for leaders of varying levels.
For more information on the FY21 leadership offerings visit the Leadership Programs for FY21 Page.