Leading for Impact

BE Phase at University of Oxford

30 - 31 January 2016
20 March 2016
8 May 2016
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Start making an impact. Begin with yourself.

Being a leader takes strategic acumen. The ability to make decisions and to engage others. But it also takes a keen self-awareness and emotional intelligence. And that is precisely what the BE Phase of the Leading for Impact Program is all about.

Its aim lies in empowering you to further your emotional development – by providing you with the opportunity to take leadership roles within and outside of the program, through peer-coaching and with extensive mentoring.

You’ll get to benefit from the support of a university-wide community and the global network of the Skoll Centre for Social entrepreneurship whilst also making your own valuable contribution to the learning goals of your peers and the wider University of Oxford community.

Program flow

Three “Advances” between January and May (between 1-2 days each), with two sessions reserved for student-curated content.

Three action learning sets in small groups, individually scheduled throughout the term.

Optional additional speaking events during term time and priority access to mentoring opportunities with visiting Practitioners in Residence.

Goals

  • To benefit from a 360 emotional intelligence competencies review.
  • To gain confidence in peer coaching.
  • To actively curate content that will support their personal development.
  • To take leading roles in student led events.
  • To develop a strong and well-connected team that is equipped to effectively take on the Challenge in the DO Phase.

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