Registration for Organizational Learning courses occurs via MyLINC on a first-come basis until a class reaches maximum capacity. Once capacity is reached, registrants are offered the opportunity to be added to a waiting list. Adding yourself to a waiting list is highly recommended! When a registrant drops a class, an email is sent to the first person on the waiting list and they have 24 hours in which to respond and secure their spot through registration in MyLINC. Once the 24-hour period expires, the open spot is offered to the next person on the waitlist.
Most classes also offer a Course Interest List if you are unable to register for any available sessions. Those who register for the Course Interest List, and members of the waiting list that weren't able to attend, will be the first notified when new sessions of that class are available.
Level 1 and a departmental shortcode is required for registration.
Organizational Learning is the university’s central department for professional, career and leadership development services. We offer a broad spectrum of in-person and e-learning courses (available through LinkedIn Learning), most available to you at no cost .
This one-day Navigating Change Workshop will introduce the Michigan Medicine 7-step model for change, provide 3 leading strategies to coach staff through change initiatives, and aid in creating a draft change plan to help kick start your change project.
Foundations of Leadership is a leadership development program available to leaders who are new to the university or their leadership role with 0-3 years of supervisory or management experience and at least one direct report.
Change has become a way of life recently. How do teams navigate with fewer resources, different reporting structures and changes in service delivery models? The Leading Change and Transition educational series provides support to areas faced with organizational uncertainty. Series topics include...
Our behavioral based interviewing course is an introductory class for hiring managers and any individual responsible for interviewing and selecting employees.
This session is geared to assisting individuals with writing SMART goals for performance evaluations.
Performance Management at Michigan Medicine is a workshop recommended for anyone who conducts performance evaluations.
In microlearning sessions, participants can learn, try and apply new skills in less than 45 minutes. Organizational Learning is using this approach for several different topics including difficult conversations, goal setting and prioritizing self-care, check back as more are being added!
We’re here to support you and to help answer questions related to your FY21 Valuation. Come learn, ask questions and experience the continuous cycle of performance management that culminates in the new annual Valuation .