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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Healthy Conversations

In this video Judith Glaser, introduces the three levels of a healthy conversations.  In a level #1 healthy conversation we exchange information non-judgmentally, just trying to connect. Level #2 is a positional conversation; one of us is advocating a position. Level #3 is a transformational conversation, where we are willing to be influenced by each Read More »

How to Increase Engagement

About 70 percent of American workers are not engaged. To increase engagement create an attractive work environment, connect workers with the purpose, and try to make the work fun. In this video, Allison Rimm describes how a competition to encourage hand washing in a hospital connects to employee purpose. After viewing the video, answer a Read More »

Redefining Staff Meetings

Shift meetings from report-outs to collaborative problem solving. Identify the problem in advance. Then discuss it in groups of three or four. This allows everyone to speak, which encourages candor, diversity of opinion, truth telling, innovation, and inclusion.  In this video, Keith Ferrazzi discusses the shift need for more productive staff meetings. After viewing the Read More »