Either you are new or already settled as a manager at LUSEM you might need some support. Lund University has recently (May 2019) produced a small brochure called Guidelines for managers where guidelines for managers are compiled. Regardless of whether the managers work in research and education or have a technical-administrative position, whether they were directly appointed or recruited, or whether they are full-time or part-time managers.
The guidelines aim to facilitate the work of new and existing managers by clarifying the managerial role; they form the basis for continuing work at Lund University in support of managers in their roles.
Introduction and coaching
Are you a manager or hope to become a manager and want to develop your skills? Lund University offers a range of courses and programmes for managers and leaders.
The university wants to support their managers in their managerial careers over a long period of time. Organised management training is important and ensures that managers receive continuing professional development training as their experience increases.
In Kompetensportalen you can find a range of courses for managers.
“It’s important for managers to be able to make uncomfortable decisions”
This was what the Vice-chancellor of Lund University said in an interview lately. Read the whole story.