Every UN staff member makes time for learning with the goal of at least five days per year dedicated to activities that strengthen your skills and knowledge. Guidance for planning your learning efforts is found here.
|Complete all mandatory learning courses as your first priority.|
Align your individual development plan with the priorities of your work plan. Some questions to think about and discuss with your manager are:
Teams can benefit from a joint approach to learning that will strengthen the skills and results of the unit. Some questions to think about and discuss as a team are:
|Commit individually, and as a team, to taking actions to achieve the learning goals you set.|
See what is required for all staff members, for functional groups and for managers.
Explore the options related to Working for the UN, Competency Development, and Professional Expertise.
Learn or continue to learn the six official languages, and develop proficiency in listening, speaking, writing, presentation, and work communication skills.
Explains the principles and parameters for learning within the UN Secretariat.