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Training and Performance

The Training and Performance Office helps the JLab community obtain skills, knowledge, and abilities that increase their effectiveness and professional development. through the Lab's Education and Training Program.

Learning Management Life Cycle

Staff Development

Additional Opportunities

Diversity and Inclusion Training

Jefferson Lab's Diversity Program is integrated with the laboratory's mission. We value the contributions of all people regardless of their differences. Our emphasis is on people and the environment in which they work.

Management Development

Unit 1 - Nuts & Bolts of Supervision (MGT101): Covers 1) policies and procedures for which a supervisor is responsible, 2) resources available to supervisors to solve a variety of issues, and 3) tools for those transitioning from coworker to supervisor.

Online reading (to be provided in advance) must be completed prior to attending class
Unit 2 - Responsibility: This course will help supervisors 1) create effective work objectives and expectations and 2) learn when and how to best delegate tasks his or her staff.

Navigating the Performance Appraisal Process (MGT500)

Management from a JSA Perspective (MGT102): This course provides information managers need to know about Jefferson Science Associates (JSA), LLC and its relationship with the Department of Energy, as well as the impacts supervisors have on employees.


Unit 3 - Leadership: This course will help supervisors understand their behavioral types, based on the results of the Myers Briggs Personality Typing, and use this knowledge to better communicate with peers, subordinates, and supervisors. In addition, the course will cover the different types of leadership and how to adapt leadership styles to different situations.

Complete the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (available at the SSC/VARC front desk) Please turn into the Training Office a week before class
Unit 4 - Constructive Communication: This course will help supervisors understand 1) the impact of the medium and delivery on communication, 2) the effects of culture, gender, and unconscious bias on communication, and 3) how to best use communication skills to deal with difficult behavior.


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