Overview

MANAGER@Lancaster is an ILM (Institute of Leadership and Management) accredited programme that offers high quality support to enable managers to develop the knowledge, skills and behaviours required to build and develop high performing teams.

Programme aims:

  • Enable participants to identify their individual management strengths and areas for development
  • Clarify the role and expectations of University managers
  • Develop key management skills and behaviours
  • Support a unique networking opportunity with a group of managers in similar roles facing similar challenges, who can work together and support each other
  • Overview

    Overview

    MANAGER@Lancaster is an ILM (Institute of Leadership and Management) accredited programme that offers high quality support to enable managers to develop the knowledge, skills and behaviours required to build and develop high performing teams.

    Programme aims:

    • Enable participants to identify their individual management strengths and areas for development
    • Clarify the role and expectations of University managers
    • Develop key management skills and behaviours
    • Support a unique networking opportunity with a group of managers in similar roles facing similar challenges, who can work together and support each other
  • Who is it for?

    Who is it for?

    MANAGER@Lancaster is designed for staff with operational line management responsibilities, typically (but not exclusively) aimed towards managers in grades 5 - 7/8 and is appropriate for both Professional and Academic staff.

    Your responsibilites would typically include the recruitment and induction of staff and conducting PDRs.

    For team supervisors and those new to line managmentment please see our Stepping into Managment workshop, or for those who are responsible for leading a defined area of work or projects you may like to consider our Leader@lancaster programme.

  • What's involved

    What's involved

    • Programme induction
    • Personal development planning
    • Workshops
    • Assignments
    • Tutor support
    • Management exchange
    • Networking
    • Please ensure that you have full agreement from your line manager before applying for this programme, there is a significant time commitment, both to attend the workshops and of your own time to complete the (mandatory) assignments.

    For full information please see the programme handbook.

  • Dates and application

    Dates and application

     

    Please ensure that you are available for all the programme dates before submitting your application (signed by your line manager). Places will be confirmed within 10 days after the application deadline and shortlisting has been undertaken.

    Application form

    If you would like to express your interest in the next cohort or find out about other development opportunities please contact OED

  • Other opportunities

    Other opportunities

    Other development opportunities:

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