These courses will help you to develop an effective personal leadership style; lead and manage high performance teams; create an innovative teamworking culture; and sustain growth and facilitate continuous improvement.
Delegates will spend time understanding the Equality Act and the College Dignity at Work policy and explore the impact of these within the context of the work environment, in terms of process and due diligence. Additionally, the workshop will explore how to identify bullying and harassment within their teams or departments and consider how to prevent situations arising. This will include knowing what to look for, behaviours and noticing changes within the teams.
This workshop will provide skills to allow delegates to perform effective one to one meetings.
Through a mixture of discussion, feedback, group exercises and skills practice, this one day workshop will equip you with the skills and behaviours to take a positive and sensitive approach to conducting difficult conversations, enabling your to handle them clearly, professionally and assertively.
An online course provided by Advance HE.
The Future Leaders Programme (FLP) is open to those with existing leadership responsibility, whether this involves formal line management or leading cross-functional teams and projects to create change.
Through a mixture of discussion, feedback, group exercises and skills practice, this one day workshop will equip you with the skills and behaviours to develop and lead a high performing team.
Develop the skills and attributes required in yourself as a manager and your team to generate a culture of collaboration amongst and between teams.
Change is continuous, certain and often dreaded. It can involve a considerable amount of upheaval and the revision of working practices. The key to managing change is to communicate well, make time to listen and limit uncertainty. This workshop offers strategies to support conveying change as a positive experience for staff.
A mixture of best practice and practical work, this programme provides a comprehensive introduction to management and has been designed around the College’s values, strategy and culture and the five areas within Royal Holloway’s Leadership Behaviours Framework.
Through a mixture of discussion, feedback, group exercises and skills practice, this one day workshop will equip you with the skills and behaviours to manage conflict in teams whilst maintaining performance and morale.
It is important that line managers are supported with leadership and management development training to enable them to continue to develop the knowledge, skill base and confidence for effectiveness in their role.
This course is applicable for both academic and professional service staff. It will focus on the skills, knowledge and attributes needed to conduct an effective Performance Development Review. Prior to attending, participants should undertake the online Moodle course "Performance Development Review" which explains the process.
This workshop focuses on performance management as a continuous process that drives development. It explores the vital role of the manager in creating and maintaining the performance needed of the teams and individuals that they lead.
This e-learning course provides an overview the UK Border Agency requirements for employees and the prevention of illegal working. It outlines how to perform Right to Work checks correctly when employing staff in any capacity at the College.
This workshop covers the first stage of the recruitment process from identifying a vacancy up to the shortlisting stage. Through a series of group exercises and group discussion the workshop will include preparing an advert, the purpose of a job description and person specification and what they should contain. There will also be an opportunity to obtain up to date information on employment legislation in the areas of discrimination, equality and immigration. Participants will be encouraged to share best practice and discuss difficulties they have experienced with previous recruitment. The trainer will also discuss the colleges Recruitment and Selection best practices and procedures.
An introduction to using the Stonefish system when recruiting staff.
The Strategic Leadership Programme is for senior leaders at grades 9 and 10 who have strategic, project or matrix management responsibilities within the College.