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UCL Enterprise Annual Review 2012/2013

Whether it's our working with corporations and assisting student entrepreneurs or spinning out research, I hope that you enjoy reading about all our enterprise activities from across UCL in this review.
Stephen Caddick, Vice-Provost (Enterprise)

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Effective Self-Management Training

Publication date: Oct 16, 2013 8:24:54 AM

Start: Oct 23, 2013 9:00:00 AM
End: Oct 25, 2013 5:00:00 PM

CPD

3-day CPD Accredited Effective Self-Management Training for Small Businesses, Entrepreneurs, UCL Staff, Alumni and Post-graduate Students

Register for Effective Self-Management Training

*** UCL Students - Please contact Fiona Bell (fiona.bell@ucl.ac.uk) to get your Event Discount Code, BEFORE booking ***

Learn how to manage, lead, communicate and interact more effectively with this intensive 3-day workshop:

  • Overview of Managing and Leading Teams
  • Effective Communication Skills including
  • Conflict Management approaches
  • Having Difficult conversations
  • Decision Making
  • Time and Stress Management
Who will benefit?
  • Professional roles within business or education
  • Research roles or postgraduate students who would like to pursue a management development career pathway (newly appointed or soon to be)
  • Anyone who needs to influence, collaborate and persuade others without legitimate power of authority
What delegates will learn?
  • Recognise the qualities of successful leadership and management
  • Recognise and understand different management styles and their impact
  • Be able to differentiate between Leadership and Management skills
  • Recognise the need for task and people balance within Team leadership
  • How to respond professionally to difficult behaviour
  • Transactional analysis theory and principles
  • How to give and receive feedback from colleagues.
  • Techniques for Managing Conflict
  • How to have difficult conversations with colleagues/customers and staff
  • A range of resources and tools for decision making
  • Recognise time traps and time robbers
  • How to prioritise and schedule work appropriately
  • Recognise potential sources of stress & stress reactions
  • The value of developing stress resistance resources

Find out more about the UCL Advances Short Courses