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Inclusive Leadership Programme
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Tue 28 Apr, Tue 19 May, ... Tue 20 Oct 2020

Description

This programme is designed to support academic, research and professional service leaders and managers with the skills and insights they need to lead others effectively. It will enable participants to reflect on their current leadership style and provide techniques they can use to effectively manage a diverse range of perspectives and create an inclusive culture across the University. Those with responsibility for others have a key role to play in shaping a positive working environment, supporting progression and ensuring equality, including pay equality. Given the University's strategic priorities, it is critical that leaders and managers understand the impact of their decisions throughout the employment timeline and know how to reduce the risk of sex, race or other discrimination, whether explicit or implicit.

The programme is delivered in partnership with Pearn Kandola, experts in evidence-based inclusive leadership development.

Target audience
  • University academic, research and professional service leaders and managers
  • A limited number of condensed programmes are also available for academic and research leaders only, particularly Group Leaders and PIs/senior researchers with responsibility for others. See Related courses below
  • To ensure a fair and representative spread of participation in each cohort, it may be necessary to adjust or limit the number of places available
  • Further details regarding PPD's eligibility criteria are available here.
Prerequisites
  • This programme requires attendance at all four sessions (3 full days and 1 half day) and engagement with related activities between each session. NB - Day 4 timings to be confirmed
  • Completion of a personal Inclusive Leader Survey, incorporating input from others, resulting in individualised feedback based on analysis of the results
  • Completion of online learning modules: Equality and Diversity and Understanding Unconscious Bias
Sessions

Number of sessions: 4

# Date Time Venue Trainer
1 Tue 28 Apr 2020   09:30 - 16:30 09:30 - 16:30 The Pitt Building, Bentley Room map Pearn Kandola
2 Tue 19 May 2020   09:30 - 16:30 09:30 - 16:30 The Pitt Building, Bentley Room map Pearn Kandola
3 Tue 16 Jun 2020   09:30 - 16:30 09:30 - 16:30 The Pitt Building, Newton Room map Pearn Kandola
4 Tue 20 Oct 2020   09:30 - 12:30 09:30 - 12:30 The Pitt Building, Darwin Room map Pearn Kandola
Aims
  • To enable managers and leaders to develop their skills, and create an inclusive, positive working environment that optimises wellbeing for themselves and those in their team
  • To clarify key responsibilities at each key stage of the employment cycle, including but not limited to supporting good performance, allocation of work or projects, access to development and approaches to flexible working
  • To understand how bias can impact decision-making and affect relationships, and build strategies to ensure fairness and consistency
  • To understand the context and influence of personal leadership and communication styles, in order to promote a productive environment and positive working relationships
Format
  • Tutor input and theory, small group and individual activities, case studies, practice sessions, videos and group discussions
  • Participants are encouraged to build on previous experience and to relate course content and practice back to the issues and situations faced in the workplace
  • Additional activities between the sessions, including a short work-based project
Further Information
  • The programme is one of a number of University initiatives to close the known gaps (including progression and pay inequality) for women, BAME and other groups of staff
  • The sessions focus on developing skills in the context of working within the University and supporting an organisational culture based on dignity, respect and enhanced wellbeing for all staff
  • Before the programme, each participant will complete an Inclusive Leadership Survey, incorporating input from others, and receive individualised feedback based on the analysis of the results
  • All participants are encouraged to attend an appropriate session (based on their experience and knowledge) focussing on the importance of effective and fair recruitment. See Related courses below.
  • PPD uses your personal information to administer the programme in liaison with the external provider of the programme, Pearn Kandola, along with for the purposes outlined in the standard privacy policy on the University Training Booking System.
Related courses
Theme
Leadership

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