The Professional Development Center hosts training sessions for Case Western Reserve University staff and faculty on a wide range of topics. Two sessions offered in June will be “Strategy & Developing Others (DiSC Series part IV)” and “Evaluating Performance.”
To register for each of these sessions and to see a full list of offered trainings, visit the Professional Development Center’s online calendar.
“Strategy & Developing Others (DiSC Series part IV)”
9 a.m. to noon
Our people are our most valuable resource, and it’s important we develop them so they are prepared for whatever comes next. In this three-hour course, participants will learn why it’s important to develop their people, how it should align with their broader strategic mission and vision, and how to tailor how they approach development to different DiSC styles.
This session is part four of six in the Management Development Series.
8 a.m. to noon
Great managers talk about performance with their employees consistently and constantly. In this four-hour course, participants will learn about every aspect of the performance management cycle, including:
- Setting clear expectations;
- Creating goals;
- Giving feedback;
- Coaching; and
- Evaluating performance.
Participants also will practice skills related to each aspect of the cycle while also reviewing the Human Resources paperwork around evaluating performance.