A new development programme for strategic leaders at the University is now open for nominations.
The Strategic Leaders programme is the latest leadership development programme now available through the Leadership and Management Academy. You’ve got until Friday 31 March to send in your nomination. You can find out more below:
The Strategic Leaders programme is suitable for you if you are already working in a senior leadership role in the University, and are looking to further enhance your executive leadership skills.
As a leader of large teams and/or complex University-wide areas of activity, and probably reporting to a UEB member, this programme is a great opportunity for you to stretch your leadership skills and thinking. It will support you to identify and build on your current strengths as well as work on your areas for development in the context of the global higher education environment which we are working in.
The programme will provide you with the opportunity to review the current higher education operating environment, including the cultural context, as well as national and international factors that are shaping the changing nature of the sector. Dealing with volatility, uncertainty, complexity and ambiguity are becoming ever more critical to leadership within the University so this programme will explore this, providing practical guidance for you in your current and potentially future roles.
This programme is being launched as part of the wider Leadership and Management Academy, which has been established to develop existing and future leaders at all levels, across all job families, providing a comprehensive range of learning and development activities.
If this isn’t the programme for you, or you’re after help right now, you can find out about our other programmes, or access our catalogue of learning resources for leaders by visiting the Leadership and Management Academy webpages and taking a look at the LMA Hub.
Don’t forget that you can still apply for the Aspiring Leaders programme until Friday 10 February.
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