Drive your own development and access resources as and when you need them with our personal effectiveness toolkits and workshops.
Looking for a change? These resources have been curated to help you consider the steps to lead you to a more rewarding and motivating career.
Change can often be unsettling. Here are some resources to help make change work for you.
Communication is key to personal and career success. Here are some resources to help you evaluate your communication style and how and when to flex it for success.
Owning your own Development
A hands on workshop designed to give you time to reflect upon your development goals, identify skills and knowledge gaps and create a development action plan.
These resources will help you make the most of your time at the university by thinking about your personal impact; what you’re like to work with and how you can build your own brand.
These resources will help you plan your project or get it back on track.
Sometimes things don’t always go to plan. Resilience is the ability to cope when things go wrong. Here are some resources to help support you in the workplace.
Resilience building workshop
This 2.5 hour online interactive workshop is open to leaders and managers of all levels across the university. You will learn how to identify and reduce stressors and gain tools to adapt and bounce back from setbacks.
We need to take the time to invest in our own mental wellbeing and this interactive workshop will help you build capability during these challenging times resulting in a healthier, happier and more resilient approach to work.
Workshop delivered by our consultancy partner at Edinburgh College.
Dates available to book:
|17th August 2021 (09:30-12:00)||Book here|
|1st September 2021 (09:30-12:00)||Book here|
|5th October 2021 (09:30-12:00)||Book here|
Too much to do and not enough hours in the day? These resources will help you take back control of your time at work.
Time Management Bitesize
An introduction to time management essentials including prioritisation, avoiding overwhelm and learning when to say no.