About this Event
In these times of unprecedented uncertainty, colleagues across the sector have had to respond to significant changes to their own workloads, approaches and environments. Leaders and managers whilst being personally affected by these changes have had to support their colleagues and lead the way into unchartered territory. This webinar will provide managers with an opportunity to take stock and reflect on the impact of these changes on their teams and themselves and consider practical tools to enhance the engagement of their team members and improve their resilience and effectiveness.
Who is it for?
This session is relevant to managers looking for tools and approaches to help lead teams through times of uncertainty and change.
By the end of this session, participants will:
1. Reflect on the impact that continued change and uncertainty has had on their team and their role as manager
2. Recognise their role in supporting colleagues through periods of uncertainty
3. Consider ways to improve wellbeing and resilience of colleagues
4. Have access to practical tools to drive engagement and effectiveness within a team
Interested in becoming an AUA Member? Find out more and how to join here.
Details in brief
Location: Online via Zoom
Date: 9 February 2021
Time: 10:00 to 12.30
Fees: Member £45+VAT | Non-member £95+VAT
Head of Organisational Development
Sophie has worked within Human Resources and Organisational Development for the past 25 years, in organisations as diverse as Marks and Spencer, Eversheds, NHS and now higher education. As a practitioner she has been responsible for the whole range of change interventions and is a very experienced trainer and training development specialist.
Sophie has a Masters in Leading Innovation and Change, a PGCE in Adult Learning, an ILM 5 qualification in coaching and mentoring, and is a Fellow of the AUA. Sophie focuses on assisting colleagues to engage positively with the change process and providing 1:1 support for senior leaders and team members working through change.