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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    Path 1: Muliti-Generational Workplace
    Admin II, Room 101
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    Applied Skills in Equal Opportunity
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    Payroll Services - What Departments and Colleges Need to Know
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Eat. Learn. Grow Professionally. with Gretchen Rubin

Learning & Organizational Development (L&OD) in collaboration with Staff Senate invites you to join the discussion on Tuesday, October 11, 2016 from 12:30-2:00 p.m. in the Talley Student Center Room 3210 on Cates Avenue. In this pre-recorded session, Rubin points out several crucial differences in how people approach the world. Understanding these differences allows us to manage Read More »

The Importance of Listening

How well do you listen? Listening is rarely a hot topic in workplace training, yet the most successful people are almost always trained, excellent listeners. They have mastered a number of discrete skills and are capable of deploying this skillset creatively and adaptively to unique situations to ensure workplace excellence. In the Compass video below, Read More »

Read and Learn Together

John C. Maxwell says if you want to succeed, you must learn how to connect with people. And while it may seem like some folks are just born with it, the fact is anyone can learn how to make every communication an opportunity for a powerful connection. In Everyone Communicates, Few Connect, Maxwell shares the Five Principles and Read More »