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Leadership Library

Last revised February 23, 2023

The best leaders are lifelong learners adaptable to change and flexible in their leadership style. They know that the complexity of the role demands new ideas and strategies to stay fresh and ahead of the curve. Below are some great resources that can keep you on your game, without taking a lot of time.

Trauma Informed Workplace 

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Leading in a Hybrid World

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Engaging Remote and Hybrid Teams

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Instructor-Led Opportunities

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This program equips new leaders with a toolkit of crucial knowledge and resources. 

Sessions cover a variety of topics, organized into three distinct learning tracks:

  • Essentials for Supervisory Success
  • Achieving Alignment in Management 
  • Advancing Excellence in Leadership 

Register in EBS for live, online OPD courses in targeted areas including Leadership, Communication, and Management. Find additional information about Professional Development Courses

Leadership Newsletters, Blogs and Podcasts

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Discover insights into timely leadership topics from HR's Organization and Professional Development department.

Receive blog posts via email or just check out their site as you wish. Great insights, tips on new books, and well written ideas to inspire and inform you.

Sign up for this newsletter from Crucial Learning, the leadership training company behind several MSU HR's Organization and Professional Development courses including Crucial Conversations for Mastering Dialogue and The Power of Habit. This question/answer format addresses interesting scenarios with detailed, practical answers for dealing with all types of tricky situations.

Sign up for this e-newsletter from the Center for Creative Leadership to get great information and the opportunity to check out CCL's leadership programs, webinars, publications, podcasts and more.

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