AboutA selection of employee development opportunities, offered through a varied delivery process is available to you. Check out the resources listed below or give us a call if we can assist you in any way toward your own development and training.


LinkedIn Learning

Have you activated your LinkedIn Learning account?  If not, click here to get started.  Follow the directions on the webpage to sign up and access more than 16,000 digital courses and videos covering a wide range of technical, business, software and creative topics.

Here are two great courses to check out once you have activated your account:


Guidance Resources 


Phone 1-866-301-9623 (Active Employees)


AgriLife HR’s EAP webpage at

First time users may wish to take the short site tour available on the home page.

Check out the resources for Wellness, Work & Education, Financial and Discounts & Offers or, view one of these resource packages 

Better Managing Your Time
When you lead a busy life, it can feel like there are just not enough hours in a day. Learn how to make time for the things that matter to you the most.

Creating an Individual Development Plan for Your Career
Creating an individual development plan (IDP) can help you set short- and long-term goals for growth in your current job.

Setting Your Financial Goals
Throughout your career you want to make the best financial plans possible. Let this guide assist you during each milestone.


Learning Development

2021 Texas A&M AgriLife Employee Development Workshop Series

  • Budget Process, FAMIS, Workday & FAMIS [Monday, May 10, 1:30 – 3:00 p.m.] Registration Link
  • Giving Effective Feedback in Personal or Work Situations [Wednesday, May 12, 1:30 – 2:15 p.m.] Registration Link
  • Workday – Hiring Process [Wednesday, May 19, 10:30 – 11:30 a.m.] Registration Link
  • Being Adaptive in Order to Thrive in Our Everchanging World [Monday, June 7, 8:30 – 9:15 a.m.] Registration Link

Supervisor/Manager Resources


Horizontal Rule Line

Faculty and Staff

Horizontal Rule Line Training prepares employees to do their present job/responsibilities while, development prepares them for future jobs/responsibilities. It is widely accepted that new employees must be trained in the duties they are expected to perform. When it comes to learning new skills, even experienced employees may need training to improve their performance. Employee development, however, is future-oriented and, therefore, mostly an education vs. training process.

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