Values-Based Learning is Here!

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The campus community is all abuzz with enthusiasm around our newly articulated values. As we all attempt to live our values every day (LOVE GT), the Workplace Learning and Professional Development (WLPD) team has curated learning to support you in those efforts and is excited to announce the release of the 2021 Learning Resource Guide.

As you browse the catalog, you will find a robust suite of learning and development opportunities that are categorized into each of our nine organizational values

Additionally, the content is presented in various formats to appeal to different learning styles. The catalog offers live virtual interactive sessions, relevant reading materials, and on-demand trainings to watch.

"The learning resources included within this catalog have been carefully curated with each of you, your varied learning styles, and our institutional values in mind," said LaTrese Ferguson, who manages Workplace Learning & Professional Development. 

“It is my hope that these resources will aid us all in reflecting and shaping our campus culture,” said Ferguson.

WLPD has spent the last quarter developing learning opportunities and vetting external resources to bring the most impactful professional development to campus. 

The catalog is organized to help us all LOVE GT! 

For instance, if you would like to focus on, Students are our top priority, try attending “Best Practices for Helping Our Student Employees Succeed.”    

Would you like to lean into ways We champion innovation? Try reading “A Manual for Anyone Who Strives for Originality,” by Ed Catmull of Creativity, Inc.

If you are looking for ways We nurture the well-being of our community? Try attending a virtual session on “Thriving in the Virtual Workplace.”

The WLPD team believes each person can find a resource to fit their unique professional development needs and invites you to take the next step by exploring the values-based 2021 Learning Resource Guide.

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