Academic Leadership

A course designed to give insight into your personal leadership style and to help you develop it further. Besides this, topics which are addressed during the course are e.g. Strategy & Governance, Office politics and People Management.

The course program alternates between theory and practice, individual coaching and peer supervision. There is also room for personal learning objectives and questions from other participants.

Participation in this course is a necessary qualification for management, to grow from assistant professor to associate professor. We strive to have gender balance in the course as it is important for the group dynamics and effectiveness of the course.

In your role as an assistant professor, and as an aspiring associate professor, you will need skills to manage, inspire, motivate and coach diverse professionals. Creating a safe and inclusive work climate, managing quality of research and education and financial management are other important aspects of your (new) role.

Practical information

Dates:The program will take place from 1 November 2019. The next group starts on 7 February 2020.
Duration:1 year Location: EUR Woudestein
Costs:€ 5000 per participant. Access to (and payment for) the course follows from a nomination by your school or institute.
Target group:

Assistant Professors

Other:You will receive a certificate for your participation.
  • Christa van Wijnbergen

    I appreciated the intervision meetings in particular – it is nice to discuss dilemmas with the colleagues and learn how they would handle, for instance, a stagnating PhD project or a budget competition.

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  • Program
    1 November
    9.00 - 11.00
    Kick Off
    13 or 21 November

    Individual intake
    To be arranged with trainer

    29 November 
    9.00 - 17.00 

    Personal leadership

    This module is about the insights in own strengths, weaknesses, motives, and developments.
    30 January
    10.00 - 16.00
    Intervision 1
    14 February 
    9.00 - 17.00 

    Leading employees

    • Mental models (to reverse blocking beliefs – leadership of your inner system)
    • Accountability – making clear agreements (insights in your own unconscious control criteria.
    13 March 
    9.00 - 17.00 

    Leading teams
    This module is about the basic skills of daily leading.

    • Feedback
    • Coaching
    • Practicing with difficult conversations
    23 April
    10.00 - 16.00 
    Intervision 2
    15 May
    9.00 - 17.00 

    Leadership in context of the organization
    In this module we aim to getting teams and groups into a desired change where the leader inspires people and at the same time gives them enough professional space to take their own initiatives.

    • Carry out a vision
    • Teammodel effective teams (diagnose model to address team effectiveness)
    • Tuckman (phases of team development)
    • Integrative decision-making (decision-making method whereby the wisdom of the group is optimally used, all group members feel heard and genuine commitment is created on decisions).
    11 June
    10.00 - 16.00
    Intervision 3
    3 July 
    9.00 - 17.00 

    HR & Diversity

    This module is mainly about making clear what the role of a leader means so the participants have a correct understanding of what leadership means within EUR.
    3 July 
    17.00 - 21.00 
    Wrap-up, drinks & dinner
     During the course, there will be one session of individual coaching, and two optional sessions after the course. These sessions will be of one-hour length each.

     

  • Program
    7 February
    9.00 - 11.00
    Kick Off
    20 & 21 FebruaryIndividual intake 
    To be arranged with trainer
    6 March
    9.00 - 17.00

    Personal leadership

    This module is about the insights in own strengths, weaknesses, motives, and developments.
    31 March
    10.00 - 16.00
    Intervision 1
    17 April
    9.00 - 17.00

    Leading employees

    • Mental models (to reverse blocking beliefs – leadership of your inner system)
    • Accountability – making clear agreements (insights in your own unconscious control criteria.
    19 May
    10.00-16.00
    Intervision 2
    19 June
    9.00 - 17.00

    Leading teams
    This module is about the basic skills of daily leading.

    • Feedback
    • Coaching
    • Practicing with difficult conversations
    11 September
    9.00 - 17.00

    Leadership in context of the organization
    In this module we aim to getting teams and groups into a desired change where the leader inspires people and at the same time gives them enough professional space to take their own initiatives.

    • Carry out a vision
    • Team model effective teams (diagnose model to address team effectiveness)
    • Tuckman (phases of team development)
    • Integrative decision-making (decision-making method whereby the wisdom of the group is optimally used, all group members feel heard and genuine commitment is created on decisions).
    8 October
    10.00 - 16.00
    Intervision 3
    30 October
    9.00 - 17.00

    HR & Diversity

    This module is mainly about making clear what the role of a leader means so the participants have a correct understanding of what leadership means within EUR.
    30 October
    17.00 - 21.00
    Wrap-up, drinks & dinner
     During the course, there will be one session of individual coaching, and two optional sessions after the course. These sessions will be of one-hour length each.
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