Emerging Leaders Programme - 2020
21st Jan – 2nd Jun 2020 09:00 – 16:30
Are you a sustainability professional with responsibilities to lead on organisation-wide behaviour change, with a keen interest in
By attending the Emerging Leaders Programme, you will develop personal management capabilities and will be able to deliver aims and objectives in line with organisational strategy.
developing your career?
Whilst the programme has been developed by the Further and Higher Education sector, the skills delegates gain from attending it are transferable; therefore, we welcome delegates from the wider public sector and corporates.
The programme will be delivered over a six-month period with five face-to-face content sessions and five virtual Action Learning Set sessions, which will be set by agreement with the group.
9am to 4.30pm – Birmingham
21st January 2020
4th February 2020
17th March 2020
14th April 2020
2nd June 2020
Full support, facilitation and tools will be available for the Action Learning sessions along with a bespoke virtual learning environment. On completion of the course, and to support the skillset developed, you will be assigned a mentor to continue your professional development, and you will be encouraged to implement a project to put into practice the learning outcomes.
· Coaching skills
· Leadership models and theories
· Change management
· Project management
· Cross sector work and knowing your networks
· Personal resilience
· The business case
· Negotiating skills
· Emerging trends and models for sustainability
· Effective communication
Educational EAUC HE Members - £1,500
Educational EAUC FE Members - £1,300
Company EAUC Members - £2000
Corporate Non-Members - £3000
2019 Emerging Leaders Programme attendees reflected on their expeirence:
Tim Allen - Sustainability Coordinator at The University of Sheffield said:
“Having a group of people alongside me trying the same things was reassuring that they faced the same issues. The action learning sets are a wonderful idea – it is amazing how simple coaching questions, asked by your peers, can help you unlock a new perspective and new confidence from inside yourself. I have also really enjoyed having a mentor allocated through the programme - it's good to humanise more senior colleagues that I now look up to, and to recognise that they've been on a similar journey, and that their journey continues.”
Špela Raposa - Environment Resources Manager at University of Strathclyde said:
“Overall, the Emerging Leaders Programme helped strengthen my project planning, influencing and management skills, but also the ability to evaluate personal strengths and weaknesses. I think it’s a great tool for personal development and goals, especially for those who are just starting out on their sustainability leadership journey”
Without their managers support, the Emerging Leaders Programme attendees would not have been able to gain this important set of skills.
In support of this, Jo–Anne Shields, Sustainability Manager at Loughborough University added:
"My colleagues benefited greatly from attending this programme that has improved their confidence and helped them to develop practical leadership skills. I have noticed a significant change in their approach to managing workload and projects and a real shift in attitude and engagement with others."