Learning and Development

The University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus Learning & Development unit is responsible for the design and delivery of professional development programs for all university faculty and staff. We provide courses on a wide variety of topics including professional development opportunities, interpersonal skills, manager competencies, and targeted topics specific to the university.

Our strategy is to provide professional and leadership development at all levels that is linked directly to supporting the university’s Mission, Vision, and Values; as well as, the promotion and execution of development programs at all career stages.

Email: HR Learning & Development   |   Phone: 303-724-6813   |   L&D Team

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Extended DISC and Managing Stress | 2 contact hours | Virtual

| 09:00 AM - 11:00 AM
Cost/fee: $0
Individuals are incredibly unique and respond very differently to stress and pressure. We are continually in situations where we deal with people, deadlines, changes, and emotions. The four DISC styles perceive, show, and respond to stress very differently. During this session, we will discuss the theory behind stress, the causes and signs of stress in the four styles and provide recommendations to better cope. By becoming more self-aware of how our DISC styles operate in challenging situations, we develop skills to control our stress.
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Extended DISC and Managing Stress | 2 contact hours | Virtual

| 09:00 AM - 11:00 AM
Individuals are incredibly unique and respond very differently to stress and pressure. We are continually in situations where we deal with people, deadlines, changes, and emotions. The four DISC styles perceive, show, and respond to stress very differently. During this session, we will discuss the theory behind stress, the causes and signs of stress in the four styles and provide recommendations to better cope. By becoming more self-aware of how our DISC styles operate in challenging situations, we develop skills to control our stress.

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