All Employee Training
Office of Equal Opportunity & Access – The Office of Equal Opportunity & Access offers training and leadership development opportunities for both UW Oshkosh employees and applicable student-workers. Providing both compliance and inclusive trainings, topics include: Affirmative Action and EEO policies, discrimination, harassment, cultural competency/diversity, gender issues and best practices in staff recruitment/hiring.
Compliance Training – The Office of Equal Opportunity & Access offers many different kinds of compliance training. Offerings include Sexual Harassment Training, ADA for Supervisors, Title IX, Executive Order 54 and Tenure Observer/Affirmative Action Representative training.
Diversity & Inclusion Training – The Office of Equal Opportunity & Access hosts Diversity & Inclusion training throughout the year. Topics include Developing Cultural Competency, Micro-Aggressions, Unconscious Bias, Anti-Discrimination and Workplace Harassment/Bullying.
A.T.L.A.S. – The Awareness Training for Leadership Advancement Series (A.T.L.A.S.) is a certificate program offered in accordance with the University’s strategic plan to build an inclusive and supportive institutional environment. this training program serves as a means for UW Oshkosh employees to gain more insight into their compliance responsibilities pertaining to reporting, harassment and discrimination, while addressing social issues of cultural competency— self-reflection into personal biases that may be impacting their workplaces and classrooms.
SAFE Training – Help make the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh a safer and more welcoming place for the LGBTQ+ community by participating in S.A.F.E. Training (Students, Staff and Faculty for Equality). Participants take part in a three hour interactive workshop designed to introduce you to LGBTQ+ terms, culture, some of the challenges that many LGBTQ+ people encounter in their lives, and how to be an effective ally both in and out of the classroom.
Supervisors in Action: Managing the UWO Workforce
Supervisors in Action is geared towards building the foundation for our supervisors and equipping them with the knowledge and skills to be effective in their roles. The comprehensive agenda covers the essential building blocks to supervisory excellence—including Employment Law, Risk Management, Employment Relations and Managing Performance.
Who should attend? This training is open to anyone that directly supervises employees of the University. Experience level does not matter because this training will be relevant for:
- Anyone newly hired or recently promoted to a supervisor position on campus without any past experience managing people
- Those with experience supervising on campus but may want a refresher on the unique role and expectations of supervisors
- Those with experience supervising from past jobs but need to understand how to apply their experience to working at UWO
Third Thursday Workshops
Whether it be coach, change agent or compliance officer, we know that supervising people requires a diverse skill set. Third Thursday Workshops are a monthly offering that will cover a diverse range of topics that are relevant to anyone in a supervisory role. They will be presented in a variety of formats, such as watching a webinar or listening to a subject matter expert.
This is also a great opportunity to network with your peers to share best practices and ideas. Our office will also use this venue as an opportunity to share important HR-related updates, such as law or policy changes. The only requirement to attend is that you supervise at least one faculty, academic or university staff employee on campus.
6/21/2018 in Sage 1232 from 2-3pm – Managing the Multi-Generational Workplace by Laurie Lawrenz (FEI)
Today’s workplace is the most diverse ever seen in history. For the first time, 4 generations with different mindsets are working side by side, with an emerging 5th set to move in soon. This presentation will identify the unique characteristics of each generation, present the challenges within a multi-generational workforce, and describe the most effective strategies in managing each of today’s different workplace generations. Sign-up here.
7/19/2018 in Sage 1232 from 2-3pm – Ted Talk: Forget the pecking order at work by Holly Shea
Join us as we watch the Ted talk “Forget the Pecking Order at Work” by Margaret Heffernan. This talk will challenge you to rethink your view on high-achieving teams and how you value your people. We will watch this talk (15:47) and then spend some time debriefing and finding ways to apply it to our workplace. Sign up here.
8/16/2018 in Sage 1232 from 2-3pm – Ethics for Public Officials by Noah Brisbin (Office of General Council)
The University of Wisconsin is a public employer under the State of Wisconsin. Do you know what this means when it comes to ethics compliance? There are numerous laws, policies and expectations when it comes to the behavior and operation of public sector employees. We’ll cover what is acceptable at meetings, conferences and seminars when it comes to gifts and meals, how socials events like networking nights and happy hours should be viewed and what to do if you’re offered tickets to an event. This session will be presented by the Office of General Council. Sign up here.
9/20/2018 in Sage 2232 from 3-4pm – Reviewing Stephen R. Covey’s “The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People” by Holly Shea
This session will be focused on Stephen R. Covey’s book “The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People.” Recognized as one of Time magazine’s 25 most influential Americans, Stephen R. Covey was one of the world’s foremost leadership authorities, organizational experts, and thought leaders. Forbes named this book one of the top 10 most influential management books ever. Come see what all the buzz is about! Sign up here.
10/18/2018 in Sage 2232 from 3-4pm – Integrating Emotional Intelligence in Leadership by an FEI Trainer
The capacity to be aware of, control, and express one’s emotions, and to handle interpersonal relationships judiciously and empathetically is critical to becoming an effective leader. This session will define emotional intelligence and show how to integrate it into your leadership efforts. Sign up here.
11/15/2018 in Sage 2232 from 3-4pm – FMLA: What Supervisors Need to Know by Katelyn Fenner
Family Medical Leave can be quite difficult to understand, especially if a supervisor is unaware of the role they play in the process. In this session we will discuss exactly what roles supervisors have in the FMLA process and also go over the rules and requirements for FMLA eligibility. The goal of this program is that each supervisor leaves with an understanding of their responsibilities along with a general understanding of the process that HR follows for FMLA requests. Sign up here.
12/20/2018 in Sage 2232 from 3-4pm – Goal Setting 101 by Holly Shea
The new year is around the corner and New Year’s resolutions are being formulated by thousands – but what about goals for work? Have you struggled to write meaningful goals that moved the needle for you or your team? In this session we will talk about some common goal formats and best practices when it comes to developing your road map to success! Sign up here.
UW Leadership Development Program
This is a program offered through the UW System and UW Extension. This series of six courses is designed to increase your confidence and credibility as a higher education leader, strengthen your personal networks, and prepare you to be successful in your next career move. Participants who complete the required courses will earn a UW Leadership Development Certificate as well as three free 1-on-1 sessions with a professional leadership coach. More information about the program can be found on the website. If you are interested in pursuing this off-campus opportunity, please speak with your supervisor.