Take charge of your wellness, on your own time. Revisit recorded presentations from LWC staff or jump into LinkedIn Learning to discover topics for your personal and professional development.
Presentations & Features
What is a Care Plan?
Dependent Care Specialist Eileen Lawless, MSW talks about what a care plan is and why it's so essential for everyone - no matter their age - to have one.
The 6Ds: Milestones to Update Your Care Plan
Dependent Care Specialist Eileen Lawless, MSW, talks about the 6 (and more) times when you might need to review and/or update your care plan.
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LinkedIn Learning Videos
Learning and growth at work (and in life!) is a lifelong journey. As part of our commitment to supporting our employees' personal and professional development, the University of Arizona is proud to offer LinkedIn Learning to our benefits-eligible staff and faculty!
Confidence-Building Strategies for Work and Life
Whether professionally, at home, or for a volunteer project, we all struggle sometimes to find the confidence we need. In this course, confidence and motivation expert Kirsty Hulse teaches practical skills to increase confidence, overcome self-doubt, and showcase your strengths.
Learning to Say No with Confidence and Grace
Turning down requests at work can be tough. If you're a high performer who serves as a resource for other teams, it can even feel like a small failure. But saying no is actually a critical skill that all professionals must master in order to prevent burnout and honor their own needs. In this course, learn how to gracefully decline requests without negatively impacting your career or relationships.
Uncovering Your Authentic Self at Work
Despite decades of diversity and inclusion efforts, people sometimes feel forced to choose between being included and being themselves. Join Kenji Yoshino, renowned NYU Law professor and director of the Center for Diversity, Inclusion, and Belonging, to learn about covering, a strategy that people may use to downplay a stigmatized identity and blend into the mainstream