Here you will find professional development opportunities for S&T staff.
The Staff Success Center is your place for opportunities that are being offered on campus and through the University of Missouri System. You will also find online resources below to help with things like resume-building, advancement opportunities, tools and more. We are so excited to help you succeed and grow.
If you are looking for a particular opportunity, please reach out to Simone Waldon, Staff Success Center Manager, at 573-341-4241.
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.
“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.
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.
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.
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.