What We Do

Learning and Organizational Development (L&OD) builds the knowledge, skills, and abilities of NC State’s workforce by helping them develop and achieve their potential so that the organizations they work for can succeed and grow. L&OD fosters a learning culture where employees are engaged in continuous learning.  We facilitate this learning by delivering talent and organizational development strategies and services focused on motivating, engaging, and educating a committed and high-performing workforce.  We design the best solution to assist you and/or your team in achieving higher team morale and performance. We develop NC State’s talent to Think and Do.

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Jul 06
  • Jul 06
    Pilot Learning Plan Kick-Off
    https://ncsu.zoom.us/j/97642359069
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  • Jul 06
    Pilot Learning Plan Kick-Off
Jul 07
  • Jul 07
    Leading Collaborative and Productive Meetings
    Admin II, Room 110
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Jul 09
  • Jul 09
    Communicating with Confidence
    Admin II, Room 110
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Jul 10
Jul 14
  • Jul 14
    SHRA Performance Appraisal Program Supervisor Training
    Admin II, Room 110
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Be an Olympic Listener

Leadership is about listening. Be a sponge, open to everything. Be the last one to speak. His executive coach said he had to be an Olympic listener. In this video Carl Ortell discuss how to make the transition from Olympic talker to Olympic listener. After viewing the video, answer a “Questions to Ask” and select Read More »

Responding to Feedback

Keep your response to leadership feedback positive, simple, focused, and fast. Say thank you and avoid promising to change what you cannot.  In this video, Marshall Goldsmith says responding to feedback in the form of evaluations need not be overwhelming or intimidating. The keys are to keep it positive, simple, focused, and fast. After viewing Read More »

The Art of Shedding

Shedding is a way of letting go of tasks and activities that are unimportant to you.  In this video, Jodi Detjen, discuss shedding as a way of giving yourself permission to shed and let things go is essential to being more productive in the long run. After viewing the video, answer a “Questions to Ask” Read More »