Contact Matt Stone (x58108; firstname.lastname@example.org).
Ten and half days (over a period of approximately eight months) plus a two-hour induction and two, two-hour tutorials.
All classroom workshops will be run at Park House Annexe (Situated at G19 in the green zone on the campus map). You will be required to complete and submit:
- Six work based written assignments
- A problem solving and change report
- Unit reflection documents and personal development plan
You will also be required to present your problem solving and change report to your line manager and hold regular and change debriefings with him/her.
Who it is suitable for
Academic, Academic-Related and Support staff who are currently managing a team, but have had limited formal training, and are serious about developing their capabilities. The programme also supports practising team leaders, who are seeking to move up to the next level of management, and also managers who need to lead people through organisational change.
What you will be able to do after the programme
You will be able to use a range of key management skills to develop and drive the organisation forwards from within your team and to manage, motivate and engage your team with confidence.
- Assessing, evaluating and developing your own performance and that of your team.
- Critiquing your own leadership style in the context of a variety of models and identify ways in which you can improve.
- Applying a range of motivational theories to the engagement and development of your team members.
- Identifying what makes a successful team and how this is reflected in your own team performance.
- Producing effective solutions to work-based problems and areas of development.
- Developing knowledge of the psychology and process of change to implement successful changes in your workplace.
So what’s distinctive?
The opportunity to gain a widely recognised qualification which will set you on the right path to becoming a highly effective operational team manager.