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"Develop" encompasses taking a holistic approach to develop your team, your approaches and practices in the workplace, and to develop yourself.

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Address workplace concerns

Despite good intentions, sometimes issues arise. Review the guidelines that support community members to address questions or issues that may influence their employee experience.

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Feedback and coaching

To foster our culture of feedback, your role includes sharing timely and constructive feedback, along with coaching employees to unlock their full potential and make meaningful contributions.

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Groups that support our workplace

Here are the primary people, groups and departments available to help you foster a collegial work environment.

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Learning Management System

Our learning management system enables you to identify useful training for your team members and has reports to help you track learning milestones. 

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Professional development for team members

Your role is important to set up a work environment that fosters gaining new skills, reaching for career goals, and where continuous growing, exploring and learning are valued.

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Self-development for managers

Your role to manage and lead your group means it's important to look within and develop new skills and approaches to positively impact your workplace.

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Workplace Procedures Compliance

Whether you're approving timecards, overseeing business expenses, sharing policy changes, or supporting a team member on a leave, administrative processes support an effective workplace.

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