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Leadership Development

Managers and supervisors are encouraged to use Learning and Leadership Development staff to improve the effectiveness of their department. 

We can facilitate a retreat to start the year, help improve team trust and communication, or assist with organizational change initiatives. We can also help individual employees with any employee relations question or problem. Conflict mediation is also available.

Coaching and Consultation

Human Resources offers coaching and consultation appointments for staff and managers throughout the year. All employees are welcome to use this service to improve workplace relationships, manage change more effectively, resolve conflicts, increase skills in communication, improve performance or simply discuss any employee relations issue. This service is intended to pro-actively assist non-managers and managers in discussing and addressing concerns before they become serious problems.

Please contact Shirley Mata at ext. 6990 or to schedule an appointment. As always, Human Resources representatives are available for immediate assistance with any employee relations concern.

Retreat Facilitation

Human Resources Learning and Leadership Development facilitates team building and retreat programs for departments and work groups on campus. Each session is customized to meet the needs of your department and can cover a wide range of topics and exercises to facilitate group development, goal planning, workplace communication, boundary breaking, norm setting and many other topics.

For more information, contact Shirley Mata at 408-554-6990.

Team Development

Human Resources Learning and Leadership Development can offer a variety of exercises and activities to assist you in building a strong work team. We facilitate programs on campus or at retreat facilities located in the bay area. These programs give work groups an opportunity to foster personal and professional relationships and discover ways to better work together as an organization.

For more information, contact Shirley Mata at 408-554-6990.