Self-leadership is a relatively new concept but is increasing being seen as a critical ability in organisations and homes. Organisations need multifaceted workers who can understand vision and interpret it for implementation, introduce changes in their sphere of influence and engage stakeholders. Self–leadership is the competitive advantage that lasts. Research administration as a profession is continually being challenged to achieve high expectations and perform beyond their current capabilities. The job design is changing in alignment with the changes in the world – the world order is changing, and increasingly we see research leadership coming from new areas of the world. This has huge impact on the way we, as a community, will conduct our services.
This workshop will share some key attributes required for self – leadership based on well researched management techniques used in various other service sectors, adapted specially for research administration and management. Using effective workshop techniques such as break outs, ice breaking games, and ending in an action plan, this workshop aims to create lasting change for attendees.
|Time||11:30 - 12:45|
|Date||Tuesday 5th June, 2018|
|Theme||Leadership & Professional Development|
Shubhra Roy - Funded Research Manager at University of Canberra
Dr Stephanie Maloney - Head of Research and Industrial Partnerships, University of Lincoln