About this Event
Are you a manager considering how to get the best out of your team?
This engaging online and participatory workshop offers you an opportunity to assess, reflect upon, and focus your approach to staff development. You will consider what professional development opportunities look like with remove and hybrid working, and explore various management techniques to effectively engage staff, from the enthusiastic to the disengaged.
By the end of the session you will have an action plan to empower your staff to reach their potential and which supports you to achieve your organisational objectives.
Who is it for?
For new managers who are working out their personal management approach and for experienced managers who would like the opportunity to assess, reflect upon, and focus their approach to staff development.
By the end of this session, participants will have:
1. A deeper understanding of key skills and behaviours that can facilitate staff development, with specific reference to remote working
2. Explore and critique potential barriers (for yourself and your staff) that limit development
3. Understand how to build and maintain learning cultures within your team that are also embedded across the institution (and beyond)
4. Identify techniques for engaging the disengaged; helping all staff access development
5. Produce a personalised development action plan for yourself and your staff
Interested in becoming an AUA Member? Find out more and how to join here.
Details in brief
Location: Online via Zoom
Date: 7 October 2020
Time: 09:30 to 12.30
Fees: Member £45+VAT | Non-member £95+VAT
Director and Principal Consultant
Kenton is an educational sociologist and an experienced manager, trainer and executive coach; his coaching client list includes middle and senior managers from across Higher Education. Prior to becoming an independent consultant, Kenton worked for 18 years in higher education administration, management, leadership and governance. He has been a Trustee at the AUA, is a founding member and Trustee of The Bride Group (an independent, charitable social mobility policy association), and is a Lay Observer for the Ministry of Justice (PECS). Kenton holds Fellowship of the AUA, CMI and RSA, and is a Principal Fellow of the HEA. He has won multiple national and international awards for innovation in higher education, including the Lord Mayor of London Dragon Award, two e-Learning Age Awards, and the Guardian Public Service Award. He was recognised in the 2014 New Year Honours with an MBE for services to higher education.