Executive Programme in Public Management and Leadership (4 day course)

Locations
Edgbaston campus
Category
Alumni, Research, Social Sciences, Students, Teaching
Date(s)
Thursday 15th May 2014 (00:00)
Contact

To discuss the course content in more detail please contact: Ian Briggs, Email: i.r.briggs@bham.ac.uk.

To book and reserve places on this module please contact: Sarah Smith Tel: 0121 414 8390, Email: s.e.smith.2@bham.ac.uk.

Flyer: Executive Programme in  Public Management and Leadership (PDF 139KB).

Online booking form: Executive Programme in  Public Management and Leadership.

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15, 16 May and 05, 06 June 2014

What makes Public Management and Leadership in the public sector different from other sectors?

This programme will give you a firm grounding in the theories of leadership and management in the context of a fast-changing public sector. You will learn new ways of looking at old
problems and gain invaluable insights from the experience of successful leaders.

Accreditation

Delegates can, if they wish, register for postgraduate accreditation (20 credits) and complete two assignments assignments. Delegates can, if they wish, register for postgraduate accreditation (20 credits) and complete two assignments.

Who should attend?

Managers and professionals seeking to explore better ways to improve personal and team organisational performance through others.

Who will deliver the course?

The programme is delivered by INLOGOV tutors who are national leaders in the field of public management. INLOGOV’s work – research, action learning, executive
development and postgraduate programmes – seeks to enhance practice through academic insight, helping public services improve outcomes and efficiency.

Programme overview

The course explores the following themes  (may be subject to alteration):

Day 1

  • Introduction – setting the scene
  • Exploration of personal leadership paradigms
  • The Leadership Challenge

Day 2

  • Key elements of effective public service leadership
  • The leadership of community
  • Learning to effective leaders

Day 3

  • Management of projects
  • Putting learning into practice

Day 4

  • The action learning experience

The challenge to make public services ever more efficient lies squarely with talented leaders and managers. This programme
focuses upon the key issues that enables them and their staff to flourish in rapidly changing organisational circumstances.

Can I use this course as part of my CPD or to access other postgraduate study?

You might wish to consider incorporating it into your Continuing Professional Development (CPD) or to make it the start of a fuller postgraduate programme (which you could develop into a Postgraduate Certificate, Diploma or Masters degree). If you are interested in using the course in these ways, please contact Sarah Smith s.e.smith.2@bham.ac.uk to discuss the opportunities available.

Course Convenor

Ian Briggs is currently the Programme Director of the MSc in Public Service Commissioning. His special interests and research are in the areas of how people and organisations respond
to change and how this impacts upon the leadership role of staff.

The Module will also draw on the skills and experience of other members of INLOGOV staff as appropriate.

Course Fees and booking

£975 plus £300 for optional postgraduate accreditation. Accommodation costs available on request. This course is VAT exempt.

Flyer: Executive Programme in  Public Management and Leadership (PDF 139KB).

Online booking form: Executive Programme in  Public Management and Leadership.

Accommodation

The programme will run on the University of Birmingham campus in Edgbaston. The course is non-residential, but three star hotel accommodation on the Conference Park can be booked separately by those who wish to stay close by.

Learn more

To discuss the course content in more detail please contact: Ian Briggs, Email: i.r.briggs@bham.ac.uk.

To book and reserve places on this module please contact: Sarah Smith Tel: 0121 414 8390, Email: s.e.smith.2@bham.ac.uk.