The Office of Human Resources collaborates with faculty and staff to further the Ohio State learning culture through growth and development opportunities.
The GatewaytoLearning.osu.edu website is currently being transitioned to the HR website. Professional development information is below. If you have questions, contact GatewaytoLearning@osu.edu.
All Ohio State faculty, staff and students have free access to LinkedIn Learning, an industry leader in online training. With a digital library of more than 18,000 courses covering a wide range of topics, this is an opportunity for you to grow your career skills and explore other personal interests. You get 24/7 unlimited access from any device to learn at your own pace. With sponsorship provided by the Office of Human Resources, the Ohio State Wexner Medical Center and the University Staff Advisory Committee, set up your free account today to access courses that are relevant to your current role or many other passions.
Leader and Manager Coaching
A professional coach can help you become more self-aware, work through problems that may be holding you back, and expand your leadership capacity for larger roles. Ohio State, through the Human Resources Coaching Services Program, offers several options for external coaching. Your role, needs, and funding determine which type of engagement is right for you.
Manager Foundations: Getting Started with Technology
A training on Ohio State’s technology platforms, tools and resources will be available for managers, manager liaisons and administrative professionals. Build your foundation and confidence in using administrative technology that assists you in performing your work and managing employees. This eLearning will cover topics such as submitting requests in HR Connection, Workday basics, Microsoft 365, BuckeyeLearn for managers, and more. This training will also guide you in finding and using tools that support your work. This session is available in BuckeyeLearn.
Staff and Manager Career Development Grants
Human Resources in partnership with the University Staff Advisory Committee (USAC) offer Staff and Manager Career Development Grants to advance the university’s mission of creating and discovering knowledge to improve our communities. Applications for fiscal year 2025 are anticipated to open in May 2024 with awarded funds available for use during fiscal year 2025 (July 1, 2024, through June 30, 2025).