Leadership Development Management Programme

Leadership Development Management Programme

As part of a leadership and management development programme for middle managers HEFCE is seeking to identify a provider of a module which covers personal impact and influence.

UK SBS PS16147 Leadership development – personal impact and influence

UK SHARED BUSINESS SERVICES LIMITED

Contract summary

Industry

Education

Location of contract

South West

Value of contract (£)

£0 – £150,000

Published date

07 September 2016

Closing date

14 October 2016

Contract start date

14 November 2016

Contract end date

13 November 2017

Description

Aims As part of a leadership and management development programme for middle managers HEFCE is seeking to identify a provider of a module which covers personal impact and influence. The aim of this tender exercise is to identify a provider who can run this module. The module will be piloted and evaluated. If successful the module will be modified as appropriate and rolled out. Subject to performance we would aim to retain the same provider for a maximum of 3 years, release on a 1+1+1 yearly basis. Objectives • client briefing meeting to fully understand the requirement, and propose any additional research required • provide broad outline of draft programme for agreement by HEFCE • design and pilot the programme • work with HEFCE to evaluate the programme, including obtaining feedback from HEFCE staff, and make any necessary adjustments to the programme • ongoing delivery of the programme as required by HEFCE (specific dates to be agreed) • working with HEFCE, ongoing evaluation of the programme, including obtaining feedback from HEFCE staff, and make any necessary adjustments to the programme Scope The requirement is to: Gain a detailed understanding of HEFCE’s needs; • Design a programme that aims to develop middle manager leadership and management skills and capabilities in the area of personal impact. confidence and influence; • The programme should fully explore theory and practice, as well as case studies. HEFCE would also expect to see implementation and continuous development built into the programme; • Advise on the length of the programme (we would expect it to be twice a year over the potential three year contract period. Once appointed we want the provider to advise on the length of the programme per cohort (and people per cohort), based on their findings following fact finding); • Deliver and evaluate a pilot programme, seeking feedback from delegates, by end December 2016; • Discuss pilot with HEFCE and agree next steps; • Subject to the outcome of the pilot, run the programme approximately twice a year for up to three years, evaluating and making improvements each time as necessary. Please refer to the tender documentation for the full specification.

About the buyer

Contact name

Al Staunton-Lambert

Address

North Star House, North Star Avenue

Swindon

SN2 1FF

England

Email

professionalservices@uksbs.co.uk

Other information

Attachments

Request for Proposal

PS16147 RFP Request for Proposal Personal impact and influence 02 Sep 2016.pdf

OJEU Notice

2016-OJS172-309985-en.pdf

Bidder – Logging into Emptoris for the first time

Bidder – Logging into Emptoris for the first time V1.0.pdf

AW5.2 Price Schdule

PS16147 AW5.2 Price Schedule Professional Services version4.xlsx

PS16147 RFP Request for Proposal questions

PS16147 RFP Request for Proposal questions.doc

Bidder Training

Bidder Training V1.0.pdf

S2 Terms and Conditions

S2 – Services purchasing contract – high valuev2.pdf

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How to apply

Please apply directly to the buyer using the contact details provided.

 

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