As a manager and professional it is not only your responsibility to develop your employees and organization to the next performance level, but also yourself. This requires you to take a step back and think about your leadership style, performance, emotional and psychological skills as well as your resilience and wellbeing. This Evidence-based Management Learning Team (EBMLT) provides you guidance on how to take this step based on evidence-based practices. Following an agile and social learning approach, you'll meet other professionals and managers from various industries in your learning team.
In an introduction week you will learn how to move from speculation to impact by becoming an evidence-based manager. You'll get accustomed to the principles behind evidence-based management, research reading skills and a brief introduction in some of the most important statistical concepts used in social sciences.
Learning sprint one will provide you guidance on how to get a better understand of your management style and performance. This self-reflection and self-evaluation is the starting point to identify strengths and weaknesses you can draw on when developing further.
Learning sprint two addresses some of the most important skills you need to be an effective manager and how you can improve them based on recent scientific insights.
Learning sprint three goes one step further and gives you guidance on how you can increase your resilience and reduce the risk of burnout in challenging and turbulent times.
You are interested in moving from speculation to impact and you want to join this EBMLT? Please sign-up for the learning team or drop the team moderator a message. We are looking forward to hearing from you.
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