Introduction to Leadership
Analyse the evolving role of leadership over time, to include current and past examples of good leadership and its impact on the turn of events. Evaluate leadership styles and approaches in a range of public and private contexts, including leadership dilemmas, the need for leadership in all aspects of life, and the impact of personal and public ethics, morals, and values.
Personal Leadership & Project Management
Understand leadership and how individual differences influence personal leadership style. Demonstrate leadership skills in your chosen environment, including reflection on personal experience and progress.
Apply skills in managing people, resources, projects, as well as an introduction to research and communications techniques
Leadership & Change Management
The academic environment is constantly changing and evolving and at times present challenges. It is important to understand the importance of leadership and management and commitment of staff performance to achieve positive outcomes. Looking at the major models of change management to lead your team successfully.
Manage time efficiently, set realistic deadlines, prioritizing tasks, balancing the workload effectively and delegate responsibilities when necessary.
Getting the best from your people
Understand the importance of planning for effective performance, setting realistic goals to enhance performance and establish a mechanism for quantitative and qualitative feedback.
Develop a strategy for training and developing your people capability.
By developing these leadership and management skills, academic staff can effectively manage their roles and responsibilities, and support the success of their students and institutions.