2023 Employee Training & Development Opportunities
Resources for Managers
New Manager Orientation
New Manager Orientation (NMO) is a series of workshops focused on orienting new managers to the offices, people, tools, and resources that will help them succeed in their role of manager at Stockton University. NMO is intended for all managers new to the role at Stockton University.
For more information on the series including the upcoming scheduled dates:
Manager Resources Blackboard Course
All managers are enrolled and have access to a Manager Resources course on Blackboard. This course houses all of the slides and resources from the current NMO sessions.
Manager/Supervisory Development Opportunities
Check out the Calendar of Employee Training & Development Opportunities for upcoming workshops and resources.
Comprehensive training resources for current performance review systems can be found on the Performance Evaluation page and in the Manager Resources course on Blackboard for managers.
Inclusive Workplace Strategies
These series of trainings were developed in direct response to a recommendation from the 2017 Faculty/Staff Campus Climate Survey. The recommendation stated: "It is also recommended that recurring training opportunities for faculty, staff, administrators, supervisors and managers in implicit bias, microaggressions, inclusion and anti-bullying be undertaken.
The five topics covered in this series include Standing Up to Bullying, Preventing Hostile Work Environment Harassment, Embracing Diversity & Inclusion, Overcoming Unconscious Bias and Understanding Microaggressions. The introduction training for each topic has been packaged as 30-minutes and topics can be covered one at a time, in pairs, or groups. The goal is to get all employees through all five trainings and additional training opportunities on these topics will be forthcoming.
Please contact Christy Cunningham to schedule your office, department, or employee group for any of these trainings.
- View the full list of HR staff including notes on who can help you with what
- Or, call us at 609-652-4384
- Or stop by our suite in J-115
We look forward to getting you what you need, answering your questions, and/or connecting you with the HR team member that can best help you.