This semester, we’re excited to welcome everyone back to campus with a fresh line up of in-person CATALYST courses. The CATALYST Learning Program offers a wide variety of professional development courses for all UH Staff, from Individual Contributors to Supervisors, Managers, and Senior Leaders. We have courses covering an array of topics, including organization and time management, communication, coaching, and leadership.
Upcoming Classes (All classes are in-person with an attendance cap for social distancing)
Appreciative Inquiry; September 22, 9AM-Noon
Appreciative Inquiry emphasizes inquiry into strengths, rather than focusing exclusively on fixing employees’ weaknesses. In this training workshop, participants will be introduced to the 4D Model - Discovery, Discussion, Design, and Development. *This course is exclusively for those in a role managing direct reports.
NEW! Leading Change; October 6, 1PM-3PM
This course focuses on the crucial role leaders have in effectively leading change initiatives in the workplace. Learn how to introduce a change initiative and have discussions with employees to explore how best to implement the changes. *This course is exclusively for those in a role managing direct reports.
Discovering the Different Communication Styles; October 13, 1PM-4PM
Discovering the Different Communication Styles focuses on interpersonal communications. Using the DISC Behavioral Assessment tool, participants will learn their individual communication preferences and how to best interact with others.
Coaching for Improved Work Performance; October 20, 9AM-Noon
Coaching for Improved Work Performance will teach participants how to increase productivity, raise quality, and gain more creativity from their staff by utilizing coaching techniques to evaluate employee performance. *This course is exclusively for those in a role managing direct reports.
All of these courses PLUS Embracing Change, Leading Up, Creative Problem Solving, and more are available on the CATALYST Enrollment App.
Click HERE to sign up today!
Questions? Contact us: ulearn@Central.UH.EDU