Leadership and Management Program

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Take your leadership skills to the next level

The Leadership and Management Program aims to support the University community leaders as they manage their teams and change. Based on a new profile of leadership skills, it has been designed to meet needs identified at uOttawa and has been extensively evaluated during a pilot project with two cohorts of leaders.

Target groups

The Leadership and Management Program has been designed to meet the needs of two leadership groups:

Group 1

  • Members of the SSUO bargaining unit with a supervisory role
  • Members of the UOITP bargaining unit with a supervisory role
  • Employees in the NC job category with a supervisory role

Group 2

  • Employees in the NM job category group with a supervisory role
Detailed structure
Eligibility criteria

Group 1

  • Full-time regular employee (if applicable, must have completed any probationary period prior to commencing activities in September)
  • Member of the SSUO or PIPS bargaining unit or in an NC position
  • Approval of immediate supervisor
  • In a supervisory role
  • Minimum of one year of supervisory experience
  • Commitment to completing all elements of the program (approx. 45 hours)

 

Group 2

  • Full-time regular employee (if applicable, must have completed any probationary period prior to commencing activities in September)
  • In the NM job category
  • Approval of immediate supervisor
  • In a supervisory role
  • Minimum of one year of supervisory experience
  • Commitment to completing all elements of the program (approx. 52 hours)
Competency profile
Selection

Individuals wishing to participate in the Leadership and Management Program must apply for the program. All employees in a supervisory role who meet the application criteria can apply for the program.

A committee will be struck to select participants from among the eligible candidates. The committee will comprise:

  • one faculty CAO representative
  • one service CAO representative
  • one Human Resources representative
  • one pilot project participant

A detailed evaluation grid containing the following criteria will be used by the selection committee members to evaluate the candidates’ application.

  • Ability to develop your self-awareness, including your strengths and weaknesses
  • Commitment to your team and to the University
  • Interest in developing or improving behavioural and management competencies
  • Willingness to involve immediate superior and your team in your development
Important dates
  • Application period: May 1, 2019 to May 24, 2019
  • Selection process: June 3, 2019 to June 21, 2019
  • Decisions: July 5, 2019
Application

Please complete the applicable application form for your employee group.

Note: The form will be available in April 2019.

For more information

Leadership, Learning and Organizational Development Sector

Tel.: 613-562-5800 ext. 1543
Email: hrlearning@uOttawa.ca

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