Events Calendar
Mar 23
09:30 - 12:30
Working with your team
Leadership

Designed for: Managers/supervisors who are new to or have limited experience and want to develop practical management/supervisory skills or more experienced managers looking to refresh their thinking about practical management activities. This workshop may therefore consist of mixed ability participants.   

Overview:

This workshop aims to provide a very practical approach, utilising lots of interaction, discussion and scenario based activities (both individual and in small groups), the workshop focusses on aspects such as team dynamics, the realities of managing motivation and morale, as well as understanding how to adapt management style to best effect.

The workshop provides opportunity to interact with other managers/supervisors from across the University, share common experience and knowledge and increase internal networks, whilst developing an understanding of balanced approaches which might be engaged in various situations.

Learning objectives: by the end of the course attendees will:

Understand more about team dynamics and how changes to a team can affect morale, motivation and productivity

Be able to identify the differences between morale and motivation and determine how to work with their team appropriately to manage both

Have considered and practised how to adapt management style to gain the best from individual staff and their team as a whole


Please make a booking via the Learning and Development events calendar at https://www.kent.ac.uk/hr-learninganddevelopment/bookings/courses/index.html


Location

Senate Committee room 1,
Senate,
University of Kent,
Canterbury,
Kent,
CT2 7NZ
United Kingdom
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Details

Open to This workshop is for all levels of management/supervisory staff within the University and cohorts will consist of mixed ability participants. ,

Contact: Learning and Development
E: ldev@kent.ac.uk
T: 01227 824348
Learning and Development
Categories: Staff development
Tags: Leadership

 

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