The Edinburgh Manager
The Edinburgh Manager provides a framework to develop the skills, knowledge and self-awareness required of managers. It also encourages and enables participants to network with managers across the University.
- To build line management capability
- To increase awareness and understanding of management and its importance within the University and how it links in with other roles
- To create a community of managers
- To link different roles and initiatives across the University to enable managers to better support the performance and contribution of others to meet the University strategic objectives
- Supporting managers to take individual action in their own areas
- Providing a collective voice for managers across the University
The Edinburgh Manager is suited to both professional services and academic staff who are in people management roles and are looking to develop and enhance their management skills.
Professional Services staff
- Who manage a team of staff to deliver administrative, professional or technical University wide service or
- Work across departments to deliver key projects to support the University‘s strategic objectives
- Who contribute to the management of their subject area, School, College or the University
- With or without direct line management authority (examples include chairing committees and leading on key academic processes)
The programme runs over 7 months.
- 5 facilitated sessions (90 minutes)
- 2-4 hours of self-directed learning between each of the sessions
- 4 discussion groups (120 minutes)
- Submission and peer review of management presentation
The next programme begins in October 2022 and nominations are now closed. Please see below for an outline of the programme:
We do not currently have the next dates scheduled for this programme. We are reviewing our offering and will update this page when the new offering has been agreed. If you would like to be added to our mailing list to be notified when the page is updated, please complete the form below: