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The objective of Human Resource Development is to provide programs which orient, train, and develop the employees of the University by improving the skills, knowledge, abilities, and competencies necessary for individual and organizational efficiency and productivity as well as personal career growth.
Human Resource Development will provide such programs and make every effort to balance the needs of the individual and the needs, goals and objectives of Auburn University. Refer to section 7 of the Human Resources Policies and Procedures Manual for details.
Spring 2017 Schedule
Human Resource Development's "Schedule of Courses for Spring Semester 2017" is now available and course registration is now open. Click here to review the schedule online. The paper copy of the schedule was recently distributed via campus mail.
Human Resource Development (HRD) will partner with your activity in a consulting capacity to address potential training needs involving performance, productivity, customer service, management of change, communication, teamwork, and process management. Through an analysis of structure and organization; processes, tools, and technology; people; and strategy and direction, HRD can help your unit to develop a training or non-training intervention designed specifically to meet the unit's needs. This could be customized training, tailored team-building exercises, or structural redesign ― whatever solution best fits your situation.
Auburn University is an EEO/Vet/Disability Employer
Last Updated: January 24, 2017