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Professional Development

Professional Development

NYU's Office of Talent, Learning, and Organizational Development offers professional development programs and resources to help you succeed in your role and advance in your career. We also provide customized services and training that address specific needs of schools and units.

Since most people develop new skills through a combination of on-the-job learning, interactions with others, and formal training, we recommend using the 70-20-10 formula when planning your development:

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70% – On-the-Job Experiences

Consider taking on challenging assignments, participating on project teams, or shadowing a colleague.

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20% – Interactions with Others

Seek out coaching, mentoring, and ongoing feedback from your supervisor, clients, and coworkers.

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10% – Formal Training

Explore classroom and online training, conferences, and other options available through NYUiLearn and across NYU, at right.

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Additional NYU Resources is online training library with over 100,000 expert-led technology and business courses. Explore recommended learning opportunities presented by the Learning and Development team.

NYU Compliance and Risk Management offers training on the Code of Ethical Conduct and topics such as conflicts of interest, export controls, University policies, and other compliance areas.

The NYU School of Professional Studies offers undergraduate, graduate, and career advancement courses and diploma programs that span a variety of industry-related disciplines. For eligible employees, tuition remission may apply.

NYU Stern Executive Education offers 2-5 day Short Courses on essential business topics. Eligible employees receive a 40% discount.

The NYU Wellness Exchange offers ongoing sessions of Detecting Students in Distress.

Explore other professional development opportunities recommended by the Learning and Development team.

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