Registration for Michigan Medicine Learning & Development 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.
Level 1 and a departmental shortcode is required for registration.
Created from the results of workplace surveys with more than 850,000 people, The Motivators Assessment and accompanying tools of the training, comprises 23 workplace motivators and 5 clusters of motivators, known as identities.
This 1-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.
The two-day Influencer Training program creates a powerful and portable model for behavior change.
Crucial Conversations is a 2-day program that teaches skills for creating open dialogue around high-stakes, emotional, or risky topics.
Now that you know the components of Crucial Conversations®, you’ve identified your style under stress and know how to manage it accordingly.
For over 10 years the Straight Talk survey has helped millions of people identify their personal communication style for better personal interactions.
Conferences and Special Events
Leadership at All Levels (LAL) are 1-2 hour sessions where we invite participants to converse about pertinent topics related to common practices throughout Michigan Medicine.
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.
Real Colors® is a dynamic workshop experience using a personality type test.
Getting Things Done is a training that teaches individuals how to increase focus on the most meaningful work, organize information, prioritize commitments, create mental space for innovation, and achieve stress-free productivity.