Organizational Development workshops are designed for individuals that would like to increase awareness and understanding of increasing an organization’s effectiveness.
Fundamental workshops provide participants with a starting point for exploring the knowledge and skills needed to learn more about the topic.
Basic Grant Writing
Creativity and Problem-Solving *
DiSC I: Assessment & Introduction
I Have Received a Sponsored Program Award, NOW WHAT?!
Making Good Decisions in Today's Working World: A Training on Workplace Ethics
Myers Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI) Introduction
Plan with a Purpose +
Portrait of Personal and Overdone Strengths
Right and Wrong in the Workplace*
What Can Sponsored Programs Do For You?
Meetings That Make A Difference
Intermediate workshops provide participants with expanded content - there is the assumption that basic topic knowledge and an introduction to more advanced information will be included in the workshop. There may be pre-requisites for intermediate workshops.
DiSC II: Knowledge and Application
DiSC III: The Representative Patterns
JMU Innovation Workshop
JMU Innovation Refresher
Myers Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI) The Basic 3
Myers Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI) Temperaments
Leadership Secrets of Santa Claus
Advanced workshops provide participants with specialized content and there is an assumption that individuals attending advanced workshops have the basic skills and knowledge to succeed in the workshop. There may be pre-requisites for advanced workshops.
Myers Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI) Type Dynamics
* part of the Customer Service at JMU: EveryONE Makes a Difference series
+ part of the Administrative Assistants Certificate Program series