Oxford NIHR Leadership Training is available for translational researchers working in the Oxford BRC, Oxford Health BRC or ARC OxTV.
Next Generation Leadership Programme
11 March, 8 April, 13 May, 17 June, 15 July and 2 September 2022 9:30–16:30
Deadline for applications 21 January 2022
This training course is for early to mid-career researchers and health professionals to develop skills in leadership, conflict management and influence as they take on more responsibility. Applicants should already have completed a doctorate or professional training. The course consists of six full days (one day a month) with additional project work and will take place in the NDM Research Building, Old Road Campus.
Sessions will include a mix of question and answer sessions with senior leaders/ practitioners and interactive skills workshops led by facilitators. You will also work on group quality improvement projects which will be presented to members of the OUH NHS Trust after the end of the programme. You will need to commit to at least 5 sessions and have line manager support.
Please see oxfordleaders.co.uk/next-generation-leaders
As part of last year’s course, the participants worked together in teams on quality improvement projects which required a high level of commitment. You can view their posters by tapping on the preview image link below.
Posters (tap to open full screen)
Senior Leadership Programme
28 February, 1 April, 29 April, 27 May and 17 June 2022 9:30–11:30
Deadline for applications 9am, 10 January 2022
The NIHR Oxford Senior Leadership Programme is a new programme commissioned and designed to develop and enhance the leadership skills of those whose work is critical to the success of translational research in Oxford. This training course is aimed at senior leaders such as principal investigators, clinical consultants and research professors.
Sessions will cover advanced leadership skills, healthcare innovation and commercialisation, entrepreneurship and innovation, strategy in the healthcare sector, leading change and inclusive leadership. The sessions will consist of interactive skills workshops led by experienced facilitators along with guest speakers with expertise in healthcare leadership. The five sessions will take place in the Big Data Institute, Old Road Campus with some held online according to COVID 19 Government guidance. Participants will also have the opportunity to receive coaching.
Please complete the Google application form
For more information on both courses, please contact Karen.email@example.com