Manager Training

Managing at Georgetown

Managing at Georgetown

About the Program

Managing at Georgetown is a foundational program that offers information on Human Resources and University policies and procedures, discusses strategies for managing employees, and highlights key leadership and communication skills. The sessions include various opportunities for questions, group discussions, and live practice. The program is intended for both new and experienced managers to refresh their knowledge of Georgetown policies and procedures and enhance their managerial skills. Each module will be led by management, leadership, and policy experts from across the institution.

Fall 2021 Program Format and Registration

Managing at Georgetown will be offered this Fall in a virtual learning capacity. Interested participants can sign up for one cohort which includes four, required modules held live via Zoom. Each Cohort is limited to 25 participants and is available on a first-come, first-serve basis.  

Qualifying Georgetown employees must directly manage one or more staff members (not including student workers) 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 four modules in their registered cohort and cannot swap out modules with a different cohort. Details on these requirements and additional information will be provided upon confirmation of your registration. 

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  • Managing at Georgetown: Cohort 11

    Cohort 11

    Managing at Georgetown: Cohort 12

    Cohort 12

    Managing in a Hybrid Work Environment

    This interactive workshop will provide the best practices and tools for effectively managing employees in a hybrid environment.

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