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The Application Period For Learning & Organizational Development (OD) Programs is now closed.


Essentials of Leadership at Emory

Leaders play a critical role in advancing the mission of the University.  They have significant responsibilities in formulating and administering policies and programs, as well as managing people and processes.  As Emory University endeavors to become the employer of choice, developing leaders who are capable of shaping the future of the organization is essential. 

Ideal Candidates:  Individuals in a people management role, regardless of being new to the role or experienced (e.g. supervisors, managers, assistant/associate directors, and directors). This program is also appropriate for faculty and principal investigators who supervise people.


Aspiring Leaders at Emory

Those who supervise others play a critical role in advancing the mission of the University. They have significant responsibilities in formulating and administering policies and programs, as well as managing people and processes. As Emory University endeavors to become the employer of choice, developing people leaders who are capable of shaping the future of their organization is essential.

Ideal Candidates: Any full time employee currently in an individual contributor role.  The employee should be considered high potential and be expected to transition into a position managing people within two years.

Selection Process:  This program’s selection process is different from our other programs in that a candidate must be nominated by their department's leadership.


Administrative Professionals Program

The role of the administrative professional has evolved greatly in recent years. Administrative professionals have a wide range of responsibilities that go beyond answering the phone and handling clerical details of the office. Many administrative professionals manage projects, and coordinate the daily operations of their department.

Ideal Candidates:  Any full time employee of Emory University in an administrative role (e.g. Administrative Assistant, Program Coordinator, Secretary, etc.).


Mentor Emory

Mentor Emory advances the individual and community through learning from others and giving back. Through structured learning sessions as well as one-on-one coaching, mentees learn how to implement strategies to fulfill goals. 

Ideal Mentors: Any full time Emory University employee who has the interest and time to provide one-on-one coaching on career development.

Ideal Mentees: Any full time Emory University employee who has clear goals and aspiration and the willingness to receive one-on-one guidance from another employee.


Learn more at www.learningservices.emory.edu
All sessions held at 1599 Clifton Road, unless otherwise noted.