Leadership and Organization Development
Understand and apply fundamental supervisory skills by learning the human resource
practices at WVU.
Develop strong practices around coaching, setting performance expectations and goal
These hourly workshops are designed for supervisors to hear about current best practices
from their peers.
The following workshops are provided by guest facilitators on topics that relate
specially to the culture and values of WVU.
Send an e-card to recognize someone for receiving a WVU Values Coin. Go Beyond is
WVU's peer-to-peer recognition portal.
WVU Value Coins
The WVU Values Coin program is designed to recognize employees who embody our values
and go above and beyond to bring our land-grant mission to life.
WVU Appreciation and Recognition
A strong culture begins with employees who feel recognized and appreciated. We've put together some easy-to-use, fun resources to help managers recognize the strong contributions of others.
Supervisor's Guide to Welcoming New Employees
Onboarding a new hire is a complicated process, both for the new hire
and the supervisors that hire them.The “Supervisor’s Guide to
Welcoming New Employees,” includes inspiring examples, practical guides and
checklists, that supervisors need to create a powerful onboarding experience for new Mountaineers.
View the Supervisor's Guide to Welcoming New Employees
New Employee's Guide for a Successful First Year
Regardless of whether you work in an office, care for our facilities or take care
of our students, we want you to have everything you need to be successful. The
checklists and other helpful information in this document will assist you through
your entire onboarding process.
Find in-person training opportunities and other events going on in Talent and Culture.
The LOD unit provides a variety of courses and resources to help supervisors succeed.