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Enterprise Annual Review 2013/2014

Welcome to the third full year of the delivery phase of UCL’s enterprise strategy. As anticipated, our community continues to strive for excellence and that approach and commitment is clearly working. From working with corporations to assisting student entrepreneurs and spinning out research, We hope that you will enjoy reading about all our enterprise activities from across the university in this Annual Review for 2013/2014.

Professor Stephen Caddick
Vice-Provost (Enterprise and London)

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Effective Self-Management Training

Publication date: Oct 16, 2013 08:24 AM

Start: Oct 23, 2013 09:00 AM
End: Oct 25, 2013 05:00 PM

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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