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Thrive@UW-Madison: Creating Inclusive Work Environments
June 13, 2017, 1:00 - 4:00 pm
21 N Park Street, Room 5045

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Thrive@ UW-Madison: Building and Managing Work Relationships
June 15, 2017, 1:00 0 4:00 pm
21 N Park Street, room 5045

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Problem Solving Approaches for HR Professionals: Applications to Key Challenges
June 27, 2017 1:00 - 4:00 pm
21 N Park Street, Room 1106

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Thrive@UW-Madison: Thriving in a Time of Change
July 19, 2017, 1:00 - 4:00 pm
21 N Park Street, Room 5045

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Establishing and Sustaining Communities of Practice
October 5, 2017, 9:00 - 11:00 am
October 12, 2017, 9:00 - 11:00 am
Ingraham Hall, Room 220

Volunteer Tutors Needed
Cultural Linguistic Services, within the Office of Talent Management, is in need of tutors to help UW-Madison employees develop their learning in areas such as: English language, literacy (English and Spanish), writing, math, and other subjects. Scheduling and meeting locations are flexible. To become a tutor, complete an application or contact Jzong Thao at jzong.thao@wisc.edu.

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Learn about UWell- the comprehensive wellness initiative aiming to advance the health and well-being of the entire UW-Madison community.

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If you are interested in requesting to have an event registration posted on the Office of Talent Management Site, please complete your event information ​HERE.

The WiGrow program is an engagement effort aimed to increase the positive impact of student employment through supervisor and student employee conversations.

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Service Mission

The Office of Talent Management exists to support UW-Madison in its pursuit of excellence in teaching, research and service by providing learning events and services to meet individual, group, and organizational needs and to promote professional development efforts within the University.

Principles of Practice

The Office of Talent Management at UW-Madison strives to advance these principles in our daily interactions with others to develop trust and enhance relationship development.

Principle 1: Community through Respect & Civility
Promoting respect and the practice of civility in the workplace community is critical.

Principle 2: Excellence through Diversity
Diversity of gender, ethnicity, race, ability, religion, sexual orientation, age, culture, position, job function, and years of service are crucial components in the pursuit of excellence.

Principle 3: Success through Learning 
Continuous professional development is vital to individual and organizational success.


The Office of Talent Managementt 1) builds a professional development culture where ongoing learning for all staff and faculty is expected and supported and 2) increases the capacity for all faculty and staff to create workplace conditions that foster individual and organizational success. 

Priorities (Strategy)

  1. Deliver manager/supervisor development courses (open to managers & supervisors).
  2. Provide learning opportunities to frontline employees (primarily Classified and Academic Staff).
  3. Collaborate with UW-Madison departments and work units to market and coordinate logistics for learning events (open to UW-Madison departments and work units).
  4. Utilize technology to coordinate and deliver learning events (open to all faculty & staff).
  5. Improve workplace communication by providing a language and cultural bridge between employees who are English-language learners and English-only employees (all faculty & staff).
Community through respect & civility. Excellence through diversity. Success through learning.
Office of Talent Management
Office of Human Resources
University of Wisconsin-Madison
Suite 5101 -21 N Park Street - Madison, WI 53715
Contact our office at 608.262.7107
Email: Registrations2@ohr.wisc.edu

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