In November 2019, the President established a Consultation Review Group (CRG) to develop a process by which all UL staff are given the opportunity to feedback and contribute to looking at the emphasis and detail of what we do well, what we could do better and how this can be achieved in relation to the UL@50 Strategic Plan goals.
The ultimate aim of the Consultations is to ensure that staff have a voice in determining the University’s strategic initiatives.
Phase 1 Consultations are on-going and we want to hear your opinions.
How can I participate?
Who is my group?
Your group is the people that you feel comfortable talking to about issues that affect you working in UL.
When is it happening?
The UL@50 Consultation process is happening now!
What is the purpose of this?
To contribute to determining UL’s strategic initiatives.
Why should I get involved?
To ensure that your opinion and knowledge of your work in UL is heard.
Can I host a consultation with my colleagues?
Absolutely. No group is too big or too small.
Where can I get more information?
Consultation Facilitator Resources are available on the SharePoint site or email Project Coordinator, Eoin Brady / Professor Maura Adshead, Project Chair / Professor Anne MacFarlane. Project Consultant.
What happens next?
The CRG will review the Phase 1 Consultation process and if gaps are identified where sections of our community are not being given the opportunity for consultation, the process will be modified or changed to include these areas.
What are the timelines?
The UL@50 Consultation process is an on-going engagement with UL staff and students. Information from consultations will be communicated to the Executive Committee and to the campus community by the CRG on a regular basis, with a final report projected for early summer 2021.
For more information on this, please see the CRG Terms of Reference on SharePoint.