Learning & Development at Waterloo
Organizational & Human Development (OHD) is committed to advancing and supporting the personal and professional growth of University of Waterloo employees to reach their highest potential. OHD’s mission is accomplished by creating innovative learning opportunities, cultivating collaborative partnerships, and engaging the campus community in lifelong learning.
To continuously improve the knowledge, skills, and abilities of all University of Waterloo employees to support exceptional service to our institution, our students, and our community.
- Create a culture of continuous learning and development
- Be responsive to our communities learning needs
- Foster a respectful, inclusive, and healthy workplace where all are valued
- Lifelong Learning
- Dec. 1, 2016
Organizational & Human Development (OHD) is inviting proposals for workshop sessions for the 10th annual staff conference taking place on April 5 & 6, 2017. Session proposals should be for a stimulating or interactive learning experience focused on professional and/or personal development of employees at the University of Waterloo.
- Nov. 28, 2016
Organizational & Human Development (OHD) is offering a unique opportunity for participants to complete the Principles of Inclusivity series as an intact group from beginning to end. Based on previous program feedback, participants enjoy developing and learning in a group setting where trust and empathy are built together.
- Nov. 17, 2016
Human Resources (HR), Organizational and Human Development (OHD), and the Provost’s Office have attained Silver certification in Excellence Canada's Excellence, Innovation and Wellness (EIW) program. To successfully integrate the EIW Standard and achieve certification, employees in each area assessed their department against the EIW Standard, identified strengths and areas of opportunity, closed critical gaps, prepared a written application to document their achievements against the Standard, and participated in onsite verifications by Excellence Canada.