New ideas, fascinating stories, learning from others and opportunities to challenge our thinking. Our Masterclasses are tailored to suit different groups and alumni from our leadership development programmes.
Aimed at – Senior Managers
Dates – Biannual - March/April and September/October
Previous sessions/topics –
April 2018 - Vital Energy with Dr John Briffa – Wellbeing, effectiveness and resilience
October 2018 - High Performing Teams with Sport & Beyond - what high performance looks like, why it's important and growth mindset
Upcoming sessions - 'Engaging Leadership' led by Beverley Alimo-Metcalfe. Friday 24th May from 9:45am-12:30pm in
BPA101, Broadcasting Place – Humanities Building, City Campus.
How can I attend? - Senior managers will receive an email from POD@leedsbeckett.ac.uk inviting them to upcoming sessions
Aimed at – Deans of School and Directors of Research from regional institutions, including Leeds Beckett, University of Leeds and Sheffield Hallam
Upcoming sessions - 2019 sessions to be confirmed
Previous Sessions –16th November 2018 - Positive Leadership - Enabling & Sustaining Positive Performance with Tailored Thinking.
January 2018 - 'Innovative Leadership' with the Leadership Foundation for HE.
How can I attend? - Deans of School and Directors of Research from Leeds Beckett will be invited to any upcoming events via email.
Peers across the North East and Yorkshire helping each other solve problems.
Including female colleagues from Leeds Beckett, Huddersfield, Leeds, Leeds Trinity, Bradford, Northumbria, Sheffield Hallam and York St John
Purpose –. The aim of the sets is to provide up to five female academic colleagues from each Institution with a space to focus on career enhancement and to provide networking opportunities across the HE sector.
Action Learning provides a methodology for tackling intractable work placed issues. It is a process that has challenge, support and skillful questioning at its core.
The different perspectives brought by others who are not so closely-related to the work context being described often stimulate broader thinking about an issue than would be the case if an individual were left to tackle it alone. Small group discussions are intended to generate both action and understanding
Dates – A successful pilot programme ran in 2016/17 and following this we have run another cohort during 2017/18. The 2018/19 programme started in December 2018 and runs until March 2019.Format – The programme consists of 3 set dates. The sets typically take place every 6-8 weeks, so the programme runs over a 3-4 month period.
The first set includes a launch event, with a chance to meet and network with the whole group/cohort, and the final set ends with a feedback/evaluation activity. At each set, each colleague should get around 30 minutes to present and discuss their issue/challenge/opportunity within their set
How can I attend? - Nominations will be sought via Deans and Directors following the completion of the 2018/19 programme. There are a maximum 5 places per institution per cohort so supporting statements may be requested
Regular events to be organised by colleagues within the Aurora Graduates network.
For example, Sally Bogg organised the first Aurora+1 event on 7th March 2018, led by Samantha Pugh, as part of International Women’s Week
Colleagues within our Aurora Graduates network will be invited to any upcoming events via email.
Continued Supervision and CPD events for our internal coaches as part of our city-wide network.
Our coaches will be notified of and invited to a range of supervision and CPD events across the year.
Please email the People and Organisational Development Team at POD@leedsbeckett.ac.uk to find out more.