The Career and Workplace Enhancement Center is an OHSU-wide resource established by the Labor Management Committee (LMC). Our programs and services focus on the development needs of AFSCME-represented employees. However, to help facilitate healthy work environments, some of our services are also available to managers.
The CWE Center is committed to providing FREE professional development, training, and access to workplace resources in the following focus areas: conflict management, workplace performance improvement, employee development, and career development.
Programs and Resources Overview
What's New at the CWE Center
Creating an Effective Individual Development Plan (IDP): The Individual Development Plan (IDP) is a process to help employees and their manager work together to create a plan for the employee's career development at OHSU. Participants will practice writing meaningful development plans, and gain tips for collaborating with their manager/employees on career development. Learn more
High Conflict Behavior: Learn how to respond effectively to high conflict behaviors in the workplace. This training draws from a toolbox specifically for managing highly-charged expressions that challenge our professional sensibilities, such as yelling, blaming or insulting. Learn more
Working with Style: This course is designed for and available to departments by request with manager attendance required. Work teams will take the DiSC assessment and learn how to work more effectively with different "styles". Learn more