We all face difficult situations at work. Taking the time to find ways to effectively address those situations makes work more fulfilling, reduces stress, and makes us all more productive. Employee Relations offers a number of resources to faculty and staff which can help you find the answers you seek.
Workplace coaching is a service in which a trained peer from within the Mason community helps a faculty or staff member to address a workplace issue they are facing. Coaching can help you to clearly identify the issue, clarify perceptions, identify potential solutions and develop a way to implement them. Our coaches are members of academic and nonacademic areas who have been trained in coaching skills and workplace issues. Whether you are a faculty member, a supervisor, or a classified staff member, we have a coach to meet your needs. Our brochure has more information or you can contact the Employee Relations Team at x3-3878 / firstname.lastname@example.org to learn more. All requests for coaching and the contents of your coaching sessions are kept strictly confidential.
The Coaching Corner is an archive of information on how supervisors can maintain positive relationships within their office, constructively address and manage conflict, improve morale, master motivation and more. Look for coaching tips regularly in E-Files.
The Employee Relations team has performed numerous skill development workshops for members of the Mason community. Contact the Learning and Professional Development Office in Human Resources & Payroll at 703-993-4180 for more information or to request a customized training for your unit.