Our university's online learning platform, myLearn, will soon receive an update. Beginning in early July 2021, faculty and staff will access training through an updated version of the system--called Percipio. Please wrap up outstanding training, as well as any courses, books or videos you'd like to complete, on or before June 18 2021.
As we move content over, myLearn will not be available and you will not have access to these development materials until Percipio launches in early July. Your learning plan will not be transferred during the update, so record the titles of any resources you'd like to access later.
Our university's updated online learning platform, Percipio, is now live. We encourage you to sign in, set your professional development preferences and explore how the platform's flexibility and curated learning paths can help you reach your goals. Learn more or access the login page on the online learning webpage. You can also get detailed information on using the platform with the Percipio Support Guide.
The resources on this page will be updated soon.
Your resume is your advertisement to professionals that should look professional, target the needs of the employer, and highlight your strengths, skills, and experience.
“Resumes for Dummies 8th Edition"
This book decodes the modern culture of resume writing and offers you insider tips on all the best practices that’ll make your skills shine and your resume pop.
Career Opportunities and Employer Relations (COER)
Creating Resumes and Professional Documents Resource Page
If you crave new challenges and increasing responsibilities, take a look at the following resources to help you move forward into a new role.
“Planning Your Career”
This challenge explores the ways you can be proactive in advancing your career and successful in achieving your career goals.
“Developing a Plan to Further Your Career”
In this course, you'll learn how to take an inventory of your values, interests, skills, and lifestyle aspirations in order to develop your career management skills.
“Getting Your Career on the Right Track"
In this course, you'll learn how to develop your career management skills and give your career a boost. You'll get tips on improving career prospects and moving within your current company.
“Using Performance Appraisals to Advance Your Career"
This course will explain how to manage the performance appraisal process to your benefit. You'll be given tips for listening to and applying feedback so you can use your formal and informal performance appraisals to your best advantage.
“Career Management for Life"
Including self-assessments, case studies, and recommended interviews, this book offers an integrative approach that examines career management from the perspectives of both the individual and the organization, helping readers understand the considerations on both sides.
“Up is Not the Only Way: Rethinking Career Mobility"
For anyone who has an interest in influencing career growth—their own or that of someone else, this book encourages readers to be open to ever-shifting patterns of opportunities and possibilities so they can create a unique, personalized path to a truly rewarding career.
There are a variety of software tools available to campus employees. If you know of a program that is not listed, or if you know of more resources for a listed program, please let us know by filling out this form.
A web portal that allows students access to their account information such as financial information, registration schedule, transcripts and more.
A degree audit system.
The PeopleSoft Financials system is the University's technology platform for finance-related transaction processing systemwide.
The PeopleSoft HR system is the University's HR platform for a variety of tasks including time entry, as well as more complex tasks, such as managing a job posting.
A student application management portal.
Resources for Slate are currently in production.
A calendar management tool for advisors.
Access to applications including Human Resources, Financial, Student and more.
Resources specifically designed to help leaders with or without experience learn new techniques and refine basic management skills.
“The Reality of Being a First-time Manager"
This course describes some of the myths about managing people and their corresponding truths in order to clarify what a new leader really does. It also points to the typical demands and constraints of a manager's job. Finally, it describes strategies for dealing with common mistakes when managing for the first time.
“Facing Challenges as a First-time Manager"
This course describes ways to manage former colleagues effectively and establish credibility as a first-time manager. You'll also learn how to balance conflicting expectations as a new leader.
“Being a Fair and Caring Manager"
In this course, you will explore the many facets of treating others with fairness, including how to apply standards fairly. You'll also learn how to demonstrate fairness in your communication, decision making, and personal skills such as listening, sharing, and showing concern to your direct reports.
“Effectively Directing and Delegating as a Manager"
This course provides information on the key proficiencies of managing people, such as setting direction and establishing clear objectives and goals for your direct reports. It discusses the importance of organizing, as well as communicating for clarity and direction.
“How to Manage People: Fast, Effective Management Skills that Really Get Results"
Providing valuable insight into the skills required to be an effective manager, this one-stop guide to people management will help you get the best from your staff through motivation, reward and leadership.
“Bedtime Stories for Managers: Farewell to Lofty Leadership... Welcome Engaging Management"
In forty-two succinct, surprising essays, legendary scholar Henry Mintzberg brings management down from the clouds and onto solid ground.
“Managing for Dummies"
This audio edition provides you with straightforward advice and up-to-the-minute strategies for dealing with anything that comes your way.
“Management Basics in Easy Steps, Second Edition"
A compelling must-read for anyone with a management role, this lively, easy-to-read book is full of tips and simple, practical things that have been put into practice in the real world and shown to work where it matters – in the workplace.
Our campus has recently upgraded to Microsoft 365 apps. You can find more information about that change here. https://it.mst.edu/hardware-software/personal-use-software/microsoft365apps/
Because of this change, we do not have the same resources as we would for older versions of the Microsoft Office Suite. Therefore, this section will currently be a mix of internal resources along with official Microsoft resources.
As of 3/15/21, UM System will be offerring Microsoft 365 trainings. Sign up here: https://www.umsystem.edu/ums/is/upcoming-microsoft-365-training
A spreadsheet editor
A file hosting and sharing service
A personal information manager including an e-mail client, calendar, task manager and address book
NOTE: Faculty and staff email accounts will be moving off of on-premise Microsoft Exchange servers and onto Microsoft Exchange Online cloud servers. This will begin starting Jan. 5, 2021. For more information, click here.
A presentation program
A design and publishing program
A platform that combines workplace chat, meetings, notes, and attachments
A diagram and flowchart app
A word processor
We have requests for training in multiple areas and the Advocacy Committee is looking into all of them. Below are suggestions that we have received:
We are doing what we can to address all requests in a timely manner. If you have a training suggestion that you don’t see here, please fill out this form to submit your request.
Estimated launch date: Spring 2022
Once feedback is received for this page, Staff Council will work to expand this page into a seperate website with an expanded directory.
Estimated launch date: TBD
The Advocacy Committee will look into in person training opportunities.
"A Day in the Life"
Estimated launch date: TBD
The Advocacy Committee will team up with the Communications Committee once a semester to survey staff of a specific position to help create a resource library consisting of what others in the same position do across campus.
The featured position will change with each semester.
The goal of this project is to help us create a resource tool for an employee to look up their position and see what areas, tasks and duties that others suggest are beneficial to the position.
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