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Johns Hopkins at Eastern Toastmasters Club 1 year Anniversary (June 2015)

On April 1, 2014, we chartered as a club of 24 like-minded individuals who wanted to further our public-speaking and leadership skills. In a fun and friendly environment, the club encourages and enhances personal and career growth for all members. More...

Tags: Toastmasters, TMOD

Johns Hopkins at Eastern Toastmasters Club (April 2015)

From enhancing personal and career development to boosting confidence, Toastmasters has been helping many JHU employees over the last year! Our meetings are open to all JHU employees!

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Tags: Toastmasters, TMOD

myPerformance - Taking Performance Management Online (May 2014)

We are pleased to announce the launch of Johns Hopkins’ myPerformance, a new online performance management system, powered by SuccessFactors. This web-based tool facilitates the ongoing performance management cycle of goal-setting, feedback, and evaluation that optimize an individual’s progress towards organizational goals. More...

Tags: TMOD, myPerformance

Learning Website Coming Soon! (November 2013)

Many of you are familiar with learning.jhu.edu. It is the website you can use to access all your information about learning and development at Johns Hopkins University. You can register or cancel classes, browse the catalog, and access elearning courses. Many users create a learning plan for the year and track their progress towards their learning goals. More...

Tags: Learning Solutions, TMOD, Training

Opportunity for Johns Hopkins University to Leverage Enhanced Succession Management Strategies (April 2013)

The Office of Talent Management and Organization Development are responsible for designing and implementing a number of human resource processes to support the university’s mission and goals. One such process is Succession Management. The university realizes that it cannot passively wait for the future; rather we must proactively plan for the future by investing our time and energy in order to ensure the continuity of key talent and leadership roles. Succession Management ensures the continued effective performance of our organization by establishing a process to develop and replace key staff over time. During the last year, TMOD has piloted an enhanced version of Succession Management. More...

Tags: Succession Management, TMOD

Performance Management (June 2011)

Current performance management practices vary considerably across the organization. Some areas do timely reviews and recognize differences in performance levels of employees, while other areas do not. Supervisors and employees alike often equate performance management with the dreaded annual review and completion of an appraisal form. Since performance management processes serve as a key driver of organizational capabilities, it makes sense for the University to initiate steps towards a more effective and consistent performance management process. More...

Tags: Performance Management, P3, TMOD

The Leadership Development Program and Women Faculty at the School of Medicine (June 2011)

The Leadership Development Program in partnership with the School of Medicine’s Office of Women in Science and Medicine, Office of Faculty Development, and Office of the Vice Dean for Faculty continues its commitment to women faculty. More...

Tags: Leadership Development, TMOD

Great Opportunity for JHU to Enhance Succession Management Strategies (June 2011)

Johns Hopkins University’s Office of Talent Management and Organization Development (TMOD) provides a deliberate and integrated approach to attract, develop, and retain employees who possess the knowledge, skills, and abilities to meet current and future organizational needs. More...

Tags: Succession Management, TMOD

Our New Website is Here! (May 2011)

Talent Management and Organization Development is proud to announce the release of our newly redesigned website! By updating our main site, http://tmod.jhu.edu, with a stylish new look and feel, we've been able to improve navigation and provide enhanced education and decision tools for professional development and growth. Plus, the improved capabilities will allow faster delivery of resources to our members of the Johns Hopkins University faculty and staff. More...

Tags: TMOD

All Aboard? Why Effective On-boarding is Important for Hopkins (May 2011)

Do you remember your first day of your new job here at Hopkins? Studies show that employees who are immediately "socialized" to the work environment become more engaged sooner and their initial impressions of the work culture are more positive and are more effective in the job with greater satisfaction. More...

Tags: TMOD, On-boarding, Hiring Manager, New Staff