Published: Aug. 7, 2022

HR Organization and Employee Development has a variety of professional development opportunities to participate in this fall! Browse the lists below to view your options. 

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 Register for Professional Development 

Professional development is the act of pursuing learning opportunities to improve skills and grow knowledge. There are many benefits of professional development including skill building, career growth and relationship building.

Attend an employee learning program through the Department of Human Resources: 

Organization and Employee Development offers a full range of learning opportunities. Courses open for registration this fall include: 

No Cost

Low Cost

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 Join FSAP Wellness Courses 

Explore Wellness Events:

The Faculty & Staff Assistance Program is hosting a new line up of workshops and groups in conjunction with Elevations Credit Union and our FSAP clinicians for Fall 2022. The wide array of topics are designed to support areas of mental, physical, relational, and environmental wellness. Wellness events are free to attend. Registration is open for fall events:

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 Be the First to Take a New Course 

Implicit Bias: Moving from Awareness to Action

Understanding how implicit bias works is one of the cornerstones of diversity, equity and inclusion principles. Implicit bias influences our decisions, actions and judgments, and can have negative impacts on marginalized and minoritized groups of people. Learn how our thought processes prioritize certain aspects of our interactions, communication patterns and evaluations, and come away with a variety of strategies that you can use to mitigate implicit bias. 

Learning Outcomes

By the end of this training, you will be able to...

Explain what implicit bias is and how it works to influence our decisions, actions and evaluations.

List five common implicit biases

List five ways to mitigate implicit biases

Explain how implicit bias has a negative impact on marginalized groups 

Who should attend

This workshop is intended for staff and faculty who are interested in learning about implicit bias.

Upcoming Sessions

  • Virtual: August 30th and 31st, 2022, 1:30pm - 3:30pm; Zoom
  • Virtual: October 18th and 20th, 2022, 12:30pm - 2:30pm; Zoom


 Clara Smith, PhD; Diversity & Inclusion Training & Development Specialist for Organization and Employee Development in the Department of Human Resources at CU Boulder. 


There is no cost for this course

Register for Implicit Bias