TAO Learning

TAO and HPD LAB are pleased to announce a partnership to enhance TAO members' professional development and growth. The coordinated effort will result in TAO Learning.

How does it work?

TAO Learning will provide member organizations access to high-quality, relevant, and timely continuing education programs, workshops, and lectures. These programs will be designed to address the specific needs and interests of TAO's members, helping them to stay current with learning, best practices, and emerging technologies.

The partnership between TAO and HPD LAB is founded on a shared commitment to promoting lifelong learning and professional development. By combining our strengths and resources, we aim to create a more informed, skilled, and connected community of professionals who are better equipped to drive innovation and success in their respective organizations.

TAO Learning Courses

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Virtual Leadership Program

Elevating leadership in the digital age, the Virtual Leadership Program empowers managers and leaders to thrive in virtual and hybrid work environments. Participants learn how to adapt their leadership skills to succeed in a remote environment with a program that offers a comprehensive and compelling skillset tailored to the digital age.

Management Essentials Program

Designed for seasoned and new managers, this program allows leaders to explore and build the vital management skills necessary to meet the increasingly challenging demands of a manager’s role in today’s environment. The Management Essentials Program combines expert instruction, real-world examples, engaging group exercises, individual assignments, and group coaching to rapidly build a leader’s competence and boost confidence in one’s ability to lead.

To learn more and sign up for a TAO Learning program, email Tim Winner at tim.winner@techoregon.org
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