The Human Resources Division continuously offers a range of Leadership Development Programmes including Executive Team Leadership Development ; Academic Leadership Development; Research Leadership Development & Leadership Development Programme for Support Managers. These are modular based programmes specifically designed for the Higher Education Sector. The programmes cover such areas as Leading Strategic Change in a HE Context; Understanding Personal and Collective Team Leadership Styles; Strategic Planning; International Visits, 360 Degree Feedback; One to One Coaching and the undertaking of an Institutional Diagnostic Survey etc. The Academic & Research programmes are being undertaken in partnership with the Leadership Foundation for HE in the UK and Ranmore Consulting who have extensive experience of working in the HE sector and the research community.
THE ACADEMIC LEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMME
The aims of the Academic Leadership programme are to provide participants with:
THE RESEARCH AND KNOWLEDGE TRANSFER -LEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMME (RKT-2)
This new leadership development programme is a response to the increasing importance the university is placing on Research and Knowledge Transfer within the recently published institutional strategic plan; Pioneering & Connected. The aims are to
THE LEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMME FOR SUPPORT MANAGERS
This programme builds skills in the three key areas of ‘Best Practice Senior Management Competencies – Lead, Manage and Coach’ – and is based on the philosophy that it will unlock the potential within individuals and teams, through a range of models, tools and techniques in a way that brings lasting change for individuals and sustained benefit for their teams and the University overall. The upcoming Leadership Development Programme is a real opportunity to grow and develop your skillsets in a number of ways!
Participants will get input from a variety of sources including a 360 degree feedback exercise, Myers Briggs Psychometric evaluation and a number of 1:1 coaching sessions to support and challenge your learning. For further information please contact Alison.ORegan@ul.ie - Ext 3437
This programme is part of the upcoming University of Limerick's Research Careers and Development Programme and is aimed for Research Staff
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