The following resources are available to help employees and managers create and sustain a professional working environment.
University Human Resources (UHR)
The UHR Learning and Development (L&D) team offers a variety of training opportunities throughout the year that address employee and manager responsibilities, our Jesuit values and building safe and productive working relationships. Contact email@example.com to learn more about how the L&D team can support your area.
- New Employee Orientation
- “Daring to Thrive“ for Managers (Offered by GUWellness)
- Building a Healthy Feedback Culture for Managers
The Office of Compliance and Ethics
The Office of Compliance and Ethics (OCE) oversees the Institutional Compliance and Ethics Program and supports and coordinates the many compliance-related activities the University undertakes. OCE offers a variety of resources and consultation support to staff and faculty on identifying and understanding the University’s legal, regulatory and other obligations and commitments and ethical decision making.
- Training Videos: https://compliance.georgetown.edu/video-library/
General Resources: https://compliance.georgetown.edu/network-and-resources/
Office of Institutional Diversity, Equity & Affirmative Action
The Office of Institutional Diversity, Equity & Affirmative Action (IDEAA) offers a number of interactive educational workshops and resources to support a professional, anti-bullying culture. To request one of the workshops, please send a request to firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Training/Workshops: https://ideaa.georgetown.edu/training/
IDEAA Resources: https://ideaa.georgetown.edu/discrimination-harassment/
LinkedIn Learning Courses
All Georgetown University employees have free access to thousands of self-directed online courses offered through Linkedin Learning. This extensive library includes both technical and soft skills training.
Login to LinkedIn Learning with your NetID and password to view these courses in their entirety as well as the full catalog of training offerings.
Note: If you have used your two free articles, community members can access the Harvard Business Review via the Georgetown University library.