Vincent O’Grady (x46050 email@example.com).
Five days spread across six months.
This established collaboration with the University of Nottingham is, and takes place at locations on and off campus.
Who it is suitable for
You are a researcher who considers yourself to be in the early stages of your research career, who has aspirations and potential to lead in your research field and to be an effective team leader. To be awarded a place on the programme you will also need the explicit support from your Head of School.
What you will be able to do after the course
You will be able to adapt your leadership style to motivate and support your team members, manage change within your working environment, plan your ongoing academic and leadership development and build your research network across both institutions.
Through a combination of collaborative working, case studies and relevant input this programme is designed to provide an introduction to leadership and management skills in the context of an academic research career. Specifically:
- The key differences between leadership and management
- The roles and responsibilities of a leader in the research context
- Leadership styles and their likely impact
- Workplace communication
- Motivating the team to perform
- Dealing with change in the workplace
- Next steps in managing your career and future development
As part of the programme you will have the opportunity to use peer coaching to explore the key topics and how these might influence your approach to leading and managing in a research context.
So what’s distinctive?
An opportunity tailored for early career researcher staff, to develop an understanding of core leadership and management skills and to build your research network across both institutions.
How to book
For all enquiries please contact POD x44606.