Learning and Talent Development
Office of Talent Management, Office of Human Resources

UPCOMING EVENTS
                                                                

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Thrive@UW-Madison: Communicating Effectively for Authentic Collaboration
September 12, 2017, 1:00 - 4:00 pm
21 N Park Street, Room 5045

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Thrive@UW-Madison:Communicating Effectively for Authentic Collaboration
September 19, 2017, 9:00 am - 12:00 pm
21 N Park Street, Room 5045

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Thrive@UW-Madison: Building and Managing Work Relationships
September 21, 2017, 1:00 - 4:00 pm
21 N Park Street, Room 5045

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FP2L - Effective Emails - Fundamentals in Business Writing
September 26, 2017, 9:00 - 11:30 am
21 N Park Street, Room 5045

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Thrive@UW-Madison: Thriving in a Time of Change
September 27, 2017, 9:00 am - 12:00 pm
21 N Park Street, Room 5045


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Establishing and Sustaining Communities of Practice
October 5, 2017, 9:00 - 11:00 am
October 12, 2017, 9:00 - 11:00 am
Ingraham Hall, Room 220

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FP2L - Personal Resiliency and Accountability
October 10, 2017, 9:00 am - 12:00 pm
21 N Park Street, Room 5045

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Understanding the Leadership Framework; Supervisors Share their Perspective
October 25, 2017, 9:00 - 10:00 am
Union South, See Today in the Union for Room location

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Thrive@UW-Madison: Creating Inclusive Work Environments
October 31, 2017, 9:00 am - 12:00 pm
21 N Park Street, Room 5045

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Thrive@UW-Madison: Building and Managing Work Relationships
November 2, 2017, 9:00 am - 12:00 pm
21 N Park Street, Room 5045

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FP2L - Running Effective Meetings
November 7, 2017, 9:00 am - 12:00 pm
21 N Park Street, Room 5045

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FP2L - Time and Self-Management
December 6, 2017, 9:00 - 11:30 am
21 N Park Street, Room 5045

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Thrive@UW-Madison: Thriving in a Time of Change
December 7, 2017, 9:00 am - 12:00 pm
21 N Park Street, Room 5045

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Thrive@UW-Madison: Creating Inclusive Work Environments
December 12, 2017, 1:00 - 4:00 pm
21 N Park Street, Room 5045

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Thrive@UW-Madison: Communicating Effectively for Authentic Collaboration
December 14, 2017, 1:00 - 4:00 pm
21 N Park Street, Room 5045


Volunteer Tutors Needed
Cultural Linguistic Services, within the Office of Talent Management, is in need of tutors to help UW-Madison employees develop their learning in areas such as: English language, literacy (English and Spanish), writing, math, and other subjects. Scheduling and meeting locations are flexible. To become a tutor, complete an application or contact Jzong Thao at jzong.thao@wisc.edu.

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Learn about UWell- the comprehensive wellness initiative aiming to advance the health and well-being of the entire UW-Madison community.

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If you are interested in requesting to have an event registration posted on the Office of Talent Management Site, please complete your event information ​HERE.


The WiGrow program is an engagement effort aimed to increase the positive impact of student employment through supervisor and student employee conversations.
 

Fully Prepared to Lead
UPCOMING EVENTS | Program Overview  | Frequently Asked Questions | Certificate Tracker

Requirements for Earning the Fully Prepared to Lead Certificate of Leadership Competency

Fully Prepared to Lead offers a Certificate of Leadership Competency for participant to pursue.  Below you’ll find the requirements to earn the certificate.

If you are interested in earning the Certificate of Leadership Competency, you must sign and submit the Declaration of Commitment.  Signing the declaration and tracking your certificate progress early in your Fully Prepared to Lead journey will help you get through the program faster by ensuring you are fulfilling the requirements.  Submitting the declaration also lets the Program Manager know of your intent and they can better answer questions about and help track your progress throughout the program.  Download the Declaration of Commitment

Questions about the program can be directed to:

Jessica Swenson

Program Manager | Facilitator, Consultant

Learning and Talent Development |Office of Talent Management | Office of Human Resources

jeswenson2@wisc.edu | 608.890.4715
Download the Certificate Tracker

Submit Declaration of Intent to earn certificate (work to be completed within 24 months)
Attend and track Fully Prepared to Lead coursework
o    Must take at least 1 course from each competency

o    Must complete at least 10 courses (can take more if desired)

Attend all courses in the THRIVE @ UW series
o    Creating Inclusive Work Environments
o    Thriving in Times of Change
o    Building and Managing Work Relationships
o    Knowing the UW
o    Self-Awareness Course
o    Creativity Course
o    Communication Course
Attend an elective course(s) that totals at least 3 hours of class time.  Ideas include:
o    Leadership and Management Development Conference
o    Office Professional Conference
o    Women & Leadership Symposium
o    Women & Leadership Coffee and Conversations
o    Plain Language Series
o    Departmental Brown Bag information sessions
Complete and submit Professional Development Planning Self-Study Packet
Meet for 2 coaching conversations with Program Manager
o    First conversation to occur within 3 months of declaring intent
o    Second conversation to occur within 3 months of final Capstone Presentation
Meet for 2 coaching conversations with Manager/ Supervisor
o    Conversations can be in alignment with regularly scheduled Performance Management conversations
Prepare and deliver Capstone Presentation

Capstone Presentation Requirements

Your Capstone Presentation will be timed and must be 20-25 minutes in length.  You will deliver this presentation to the Program Manager and other peers familiar with the Fully Prepared to Lead program. Therefore, you will NOT need to use any of your time to explain the program.  At the Capstone Presentation, you will be given feedback on your presentation by the Program Manager and peer certificate participants.  You will also give feedback to the other peers during the session.

Your presentation must address the components listed below in no particular order.
Define what leadership means to you and how you can influence creating a Healthy, Inclusive,
and Engaging work environment.
WHAT
o    What did you learn about your personal leadership style as a result of your participation in
the program?
o    What have you tried already? Did it work? What did you learn?
NOW WHAT
o    What have you already done to change or improve?  How do you know it’s working?  What
else are you going to do?
What feedback have you gotten from your manager and/or peers about your leadership style?
Which competency are you feeling most confident about? Least confident? Why?

To prepare for the presentation, consider the coaching conversations you had throughout the series, the classes you’ve taken, personal observations, what you’ve tried that has or has not worked, and or other observations or new ways of thinking as a result of participating in the series.


Community through respect & civility. Excellence through diversity. Success through learning.
Learning and Talent Development
Office of Talent Management, Office of Human Resources
University of Wisconsin-Madison
Suite 5101 -21 N Park Street - Madison, WI 53715
Contact our office at 608.262.7107
Email: Registrations2@ohr.wisc.edu

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