Learning & Development provides collaborative spaces and training opportunities throughout the year for employees to grow and learn from campus partners, guest speakers, and one another.
Reoccurring Learning Sessions
Attend reoccurring learning opportunities throughout the year developed for all Bentley staff and faculty. These professional development opportunities are open to all Bentley employees with some sessions tailored to specific audiences.
LinkedIn Learning is an award-winning industry leader in online training, with a digital library of over 6,000 on-demand courses covering a wide range of technical, business, software and creative topics. Launching with LinkedIn Learning is a strong commitment to provide e-learning opportunities for employees as part of our Learning & Development curriculum.
At Bentley, we believe leadership happens at every level. As such, we invite employees of all levels to apply for the Positive Leadership Development two-day program where they can examine what Positive Leadership looks like at Bentley. Learn foundational knowledge of the positive principles and how to implement strategies to develop a positive culture within your department and at Bentley as a whole. The application for this program is sent via Bentley email. Questions about the next application round can be sent to GA_HRLearningDevelopment@bentley.edu
The Bentley Community Learning Conference is a three-day event consisting of three tracks; Inclusive Excellence, Positive Culture, and Best Self. Through multiple concurrent sessions, participants will be given the opportunity to engage with colleagues, learn about topics that impact our community, and have fun along the way.
The Office of Diversity & Inclusion is excited to announce the launch of the new Inclusive Excellence Learning & Development Model (IELDM). Bentley has made significant progress in our collective understanding of and commitment to diversity, equity, inclusion and justice. This new model harnesses the energy and passion so many of our community members have shown in engaging in opportunities to build our individual and collective capacity to create a more inclusive and equitable community. The IELDM provides a structure to guide your learning and identifies the outcomes you can work to develop along the way by outlining a set of core mindsets and practices with a scaling and development pathway to help faculty and staff easily build and grow our individual capacity for DEI.