Help shape the success of UofG
Published: 24 August 2015
A project team are looking for focus group participants to help us define what it means to work at the University.Have your say and sign up today!
The new University strategy places people at the very heart of its ambition to be a world-class, world-changing University and focuses on transforming the way we work and the way we interact with one another, our students and our partners.
Working in College and University Services
In line with this, a dedicated project team has been set up to define our philosophy of what it means to be a non-academic/professional services member of staff working within the Colleges and University Services.
The team cannot define the philosophy alone though and needs your help to bring this project to life. This is a unique opportunity for you to get involved, have your say and contribute to a project which will help shape the future of the University.
Have your say
We will be exploring a range of themes including what we expect from ourselves and our colleagues; what inspires us and how we inspire others and what personal and career development might look like at the University.
It is crucial that there is a broad representation of staff from across the University, so please make sure that you have your say!
We would require you to attend 3 focus groups (the first starting on 8 September) before the end of the year.
Register your interest
If you are interested in participating in this exciting opportunity, please send a note of interest stating your grade and which service or School/College you work in to firstname.lastname@example.org .
The closing date for notes of interest is 31st August 2015.
Please put a provisional hold in your diary for the 8 September.
Focus groups will be scheduled for 90minutes with various time options throughout the day. We will be in touch to invite you to sign up for one session.
If you can’t attend the workshops, don’t worry there will be alternative ways to contribute to the project.
We look forward to working with you.
The project team
First published: 24 August 2015