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Delivering my first session at the AUA Conference | AUA Blog

Published on Aug 20, 2018 by Gill Ledgerton / No Comments

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Gill Ledgerton Head of Operations University of Liverpool When I attended my first AUA Annual Conference in 2017 I never imagined myself presenting a session the following year, but in March 2018 I d...

How to take control of your learning…at work | #AUABlog

Published on Jul 24, 2018 by Monica Mihai / No Comments

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Monica Mihai Digital Marketing Manager Association of University Administrators We all have an incredible ability to learn and absorb new information. The problem, however, is not retention, as one m...

Job crafting: the art of making your role work for you | #AUABlog

Published on Jul 23, 2018 by Lindsay Melling / No Comments

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Lindsay Melling Career Development Coordinator National Heart and Lung Institute | Imperial College London Many of us are in jobs that don’t necessarily match our occupational interests[1] but ther...

Other side of the coin | AUA Blog

Published on Jul 16, 2018 by Paul Revell / No Comments

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Paul Revell Head of Procurement York St. John University Seeing the other side of the coin Though I’ve been a procurement professional for more years than I sometimes care to remember, it is onl...

Cara and You | AUA Blog

Published on Jul 10, 2018 by Anne Lonsdale / No Comments

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Anne Lonsdale CARA Chair and Honorary AUA Member Chances are, you might have already encountered a Cara Fellow on your professional path in HE. Designed in response to political turmoil and warfare, ...

How to write emails that students will read | AUA Blog

Published on Jun 19, 2018 by Louise Clifton / 1 Comment

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Louise Clifton Director of Marketing, Communications and Operations Invisible Grail Limited There are countless blogs about how to get people to read your emails. A quick Google search brings up over...

Developing your people: a challenge of management | AUA Blog

Published on Jun 11, 2018 by Dr. Kenton Lewis MBE / No Comments

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Dr. Kenton Lewis MBE Independent Consultant and Educationalist As managers it is easy to understand the value of improving the performance of your staff. We want them to feel appropriately empowered ...

Change is the only constant: a proactive approach in HE | AUA Blog

Published on Jun 11, 2018 by Dr. Christopher Sarchet / No Comments

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Dr. Christopher Sarchet  Associate Consultant SUMS Consulting   Communication and the increase in acceptance of the use of business methods are the two elements of change management that really...

Managing the fear | AUA Blog

Published on Jun 4, 2018 by Dr. Kenton Lewis MBE / No Comments

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Dr. Kenton Lewis MBE Independent Consultant and Educationalist When I was young, there was nothing I found more intimidating, more scary, more worrying than the idea of having to speak in public. It ...

The importance of knowing your staff: tackling mental ill-health across the higher education workforce | AUA Blog

Published on May 28, 2018 by Verity Westgate MA, MSc, MCLIP / No Comments

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Verity Westgate FAUA MA, MSc, MCLIP Research Coordinator (Critical Care) University of Oxford Mental health problems amongst university students has been a prominent issue for a while.  We are also ...