Manager Training

Managing at Georgetown

Managing at Georgetown

About the Program

Managing at Georgetown is a dynamic learning experience designed for Georgetown University Managers facilitated by Human Resources professionals and partners across the University. Participants will learn both the technical aspects of managing at Georgetown as well as key leadership practices aimed at building a psychologically safe, supportive, and accountable work environment. The program will emphasize the importance of building self-awareness and identifying your personal strengths, and will address practical skills for managing employee performance, building safe and productive relationships, and addressing difficult situations. In addition, managers will learn the key policies and procedures that impact employees across the Employee Lifecycle, from onboarding to transitioning out of a position.  Participants will complete all modules with a cohort of classmates from across the university. 

Participants must be Georgetown University staff or AAPs who directly manage one or more full-time staff members) and must have completed the University‚Äôs required probationary period training (Preventing Discrimination and Harassment and Building Supportive Communities). Participants are required to attend all modules to complete the program. . 

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