Corporate Education course
Leading and coordinating groups and teams is an increasingly important capability in the modern organisation. This course is focused upon theories, models and practical frameworks for reflecting on the effective and strategic leadership of teams.
Activities and course discussions begin with a focus upon the role of individual differences in group processes and progress to a discussion of team dynamics and the interplay between individual and team factors within organisations. The approach taken will provide opportunities for participants to actively reflect on their current practice and assist them to integrate and practically apply fresh insights to improve their leadership effectiveness.
How to register:
Register online or download the registration form from the UQBS Corporate Education website. For further information contact UQBS Corporate Education, telephone (07) 3346 7111 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Dr Neil Paulsen is a Senior Lecturer in Management at UQ Business School. He has over 20 years industry experience as a successful senior manager and consultant in public, private, and community sector organisations. Neil's research includes the development of intergroup perspectives on organisational behaviour, leadership, change management, innovation in teams, and community engagement. His research partners and clients have included CSIRO, Queensland Law Society, Legal Aid (Qld), NZ Telecom, AAPT and Laing O'Rourke. Neil is a registered psychologist and a member of various professional associations including the Australia and New Zealand Academy of Management, and the European Group for Organization Studies. He is the recipient of a number of teaching awards including the 2006 ANZAM Management Educator of the Year Award.