North Wales and North West Regional Mini-Conference – ‘Organisational Effectiveness and Using Resources Effectively’
Friday, 19 January 2018 | 10:00 to 15:00 | Redmonds Building, Liverpool John Moores University, Liverpool, L3 5UG
Members: Free | Non members: Open to members only
This regional mini-conference provides an exciting forum to share ideas and explore strategies for organisational effectiveness.
The regional conference programme comprises of a keynote session delivered by Gary Graham, Deputy Chief Executive of LJMU’s Organisation Enhancement Division followed by a range of workshops delivered by colleagues from institutions across the region and which will focus on organisational effectiveness and using resources effectively. There will also be an opportunity for networking over lunchtime and a chance to learn more about what the AUA has to offer. The event is free to regional AUA members but places are limited and early registration is advisable.
Organisational Effectiveness by Gary Graham, Deputy Chief Executive of LJMU’s Organisation Enhancement Division
Gary has 11 years military experience and 19 years specialising in OD and HR; including 8 years as a CEO of an NHS Partnership Trust.
AUA Mark of Excellence information session from Amanda Shilton Godwin AUA – including LJMU’s reflections of going for the MoE; John Trantom (Leadership and Development Adviser), LJMU
Feedback using Menti.com, AUA Regional update and close – Diane Lloyd (Operations Manager and North Wales and North West AUA Network Co-ordinator) University of Salford, Michael Monaghan & Kimberley Berry Liverpool John Moores University AUA Advocates
Working session one; choose from
Cross departmental effectiveness to improve the student experience: case study – Louise Medlam (Academic Registrar) and Lynn Jones (Deputy Academic Register) – Glyndwr University
Building efficiency into buildings – co-designing space that works for everyone – Tom West (Head of Operations, Institute of Ageing and Chronic Disease) – University of Liverpool
‘Building Behaviours’ and ‘Behaviour Insights’: two interactive resources to support managers and staff with embedding the AUA Professional Behaviours and enhancing CPD – Michael Monaghan (Leadership and Development Adviser) – Liverpool John Moores University
Working session two; choose from
Want to know more about studying the AUA PG Cert? – Jane Reid, Programme Manager AUA
Using resources to expand your reputation for the benefit of your organisation as much as your own personal development – Martha Horler (Client and Programme Manager) Manchester Metropolitan University)
The 5 lessons learnt through a critical investigation of professional development and career progression for professional services staff and its significance to Strategic HRM: A Case Study at Keele University – Emma Holdam (Staff Development Adviser) – Keele University
Working session three; choose from
Enhancing public speaking skills using improvisation techniques – Jess Napthine-Hodgkinson (Research Support Officer) University of Manchester
Creating an engaged and effective technical workforce – Jo Parker (Head of Operations, Institute of Global Health) – University of Liverpool
Introduction to Project Management: Models and Techniques – Jason Boulter (Leadership and Development Adviser) – Liverpool John Moores University
Who is it for?
This event has been developed for regional AUA members based within the North Wales and North West network.
What Professional Behaviours will I develop?