Managing at Yale
Achieving Higher Performance
"We must develop new collaborations and training programs that help all our employees to build rewarding careers at Yale."- President Richard C. Levin
At Yale, our employees are our greatest assets and their development is a top priority. To reinforce this commitment, the University has implemented Managing at Yale to provide managers of staff, at all levels, with the knowledge and resources they need to successfully lead and develop others.
Managing at Yale, however, is more than a training curriculum--it sets in motion the fundamentals needed to help transform Yale's culture. Through interactive and engaging presentations and real-life scenarios, Yale managers learn about labor relations, diversity and inclusiveness, and much more.
When managers complete one of the three core Managing at Yale development programs, they will feel empowered to effectively demonstrate key leadership expectations and manager accountabilities. For more information about these programs, click on the following course titles:
About Organizational Effectiveness
The Organizational Effectiveness department is responsible for developing University wide systems, programs, tools and practices that will help Yale attract, retain and develop the very best people. The courses developed by the O.E. group are targeted to support the important role managers play in creating culture, and provide managers and leaders of staff at every level with state of the art content to help us achieve the University’s goals of being a high performance organization and best place to work for all employees.