Training, Coaching and Professional Development
New Media Learning On-Line Training – “Preventing Harassment in the Workplace”
This on-line training program covers all types of harassment, including sexual harassment. This training is being offered as a supplement to our other training opportunities and is designed to increase awareness and understanding within our community about these issues.
Thank you for taking time to complete the program and for your commitment to contributing to an environment that emphasizes the dignity and worth of all members. Please plan to complete the program by the start of the academic year.
Below is the link to the on-line training program. If you have any difficulties accessing the program, please contact the Office of Human Resources at ext. 5060.
Lafayette supports its employees in the development of professional skills, and in the pursuit of on-going personal development by offering training opportunities both on and off campus. Throughout the year, employees are invited to attend workshops and seminars brought to campus to enhance the development of skills and provide professional growth opportunities. In addition, the Office of Human Resources is available to assist supervisors and staff in providing departmentally tailored training programs or to provide resources to meet the needs of departments and individuals.
- Effective Communications/Presentation Skills
- Project Management
- Team Leadership
- Organizational Development
- Individual Coaching
- Coaching for Performance
- Employee Engagement
- Management Development
- Working with Teams
- Problem Solving
- Motivating Others
If you have a need for training or coaching, please contact Lisa Rex in the Office of Human Resources at ext. 5814 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Training is also offered by the Information Technology Services Department (classroom and on-line training): http://its.lafayette.edu/services/workshops-and-training/
www.lynda.com - Resource that contains thousands of training videos for common business and technical applications.
Farinon Student Center, Marlo Room
Tuesday, January 22, 2013
Management Training Session
12 Markle Hall
Easton, PA 18042
Fax: (610) 330-5720
Monday - Friday 8:45 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Anonymous Tip Hotline
The College has a toll-free Anonymous Tip Hotline (1-800-539-6085) for reporting misconduct by any College employee. The Hotline is available 24 hours a day. The Hotline may be used for reporting ethical, compliance, or other concerns that the caller wishes to bring to the attention of the College. The Hotline is not designed for reporting emergencies. If the situation being reported is urgent or emergent, please call The College’s Office of Public Safety immediately at (610) 330-4444.
Services for the hotline are provided by The Network, an independent company that provides similar services for companies worldwide. The Network answers all calls and records the information necessary to initiate an investigation of the reported activity. The Network representatives will provide a case tracking number to the caller for tracking the status of the investigation. Calls may be made anonymously.