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Corporate Academy

Corporate Academy

Leadership and Management Skills

Unfortunately, this course is only available in English.

Introduction

You are a principal investigator at your institute, you (are going to) lead a group, or coordinating a process/lab/team and you are coping with a few dilemmas, such as

  • My team is growing, help I’m losing control
  • I love science, I’m successful and now I’m a manager: what to do
  • How can I empower others to do good science
  • How can I lead individual and group processes
  • A day has only 24 hours: how to organize my work.

In four days we will offer you a program in which you can acquire and develop your leadership skills, essential for today's challenges in scientific work. Our goal with this training is to enable you as a scientist to productively deal with challenges related to interpersonal aspects of doing science. We provide a specialized, intense and highly interactive training that is immediately applicable to the working environment of the participating scientists.

Aim

  • The main course topics are:
  • Fulfill your leadership role
  • Build a productive and inspiring group culture
  • Deal with conflicts constructively
  • Manage your time better
  • Be more effective by setting priorities
  • Set clearer goals
  • Delegate tasks more effectively
  • Deal with different personalities in the group
  • Build and maintain the motivation of your group

Intended for

Principal investigators, starting or future academic leaders, coordinators, supervisors

Competences

Self-reflection, social awareness, communicating, coaching, negotiating .

Content

Day 1

  • Setting the frame: welcome
  • Basics of Process Management
  • Team-Task-Individual Orientation
  • Basics of Communication

Day 2

  • Team development
  • What brings groups to high performance?
  • Motivation
  • Personality and leadership
  • Managing the work-process
  • Setting priorities

Day 3

  • Delegating tasks: leader’s favourite
  • Conflict management
  • Application and recruitment
  • Learning points and action plan
  • Looking forward to day 4

Day 4

  • What happened the last 6 months, especially your action plan
  • High and lows
  • Collegial consultation

We approach these topics practically. Short theoretical inputs are followed by extensive exercises. Our goal is to increase the impact of the training by allowing you to immediately apply the concepts we teach in partner work, role plays or group discussion.

Testimonials
  • This was a dynamic, structured, enlightening and well led course.
  • Great mix of relevant theory and concrete exercises. Personal feedback most valuable!
  • This was the best course I have attended so far, very competent trainers, very constructive group, a lot of insights to put into practice.
  • Very useful course, should be mandatory for all (starting) staff at our University.
  • Intense and eye opening. Exciting, making me aware of essential new aspects as a leader and personal.
  • Mind-blowing, never realized there is so much involved in learning leadership skills. Very essential for my future career!
  • Captures the “framework” of the required skills for leadership in science.
  • This was one of the best courses I have followed when it comes to professional development. The trainers really managed to engage us as a group!
  • Lots of highly relevant information, much of which I can apply directly.
  • It was an eye opener in many respects - I have learned many new tools / insights.
  • This workshop has been very instrumental for me to develop as a leader.

Trainers

HFP Consulting

Dates

Autumn 2019
October 9, 10 and 11, 2019 and a follow-up day in April 2020 from 9am - 5pm

Location

Spring/Autumn 2019
Norman Building, Lutkenieuwstraat 5, 9712 AW te Groningen

Course fee

€ 1.200,-

Maximum number of participants

16

Information

Marloes Siccama

Note After your registration follows an extra application form for additional information.
Last modified:26 June 2019 11.51 a.m.