Thursday 06 July 2017
NEW Managing and Influencing your Editorial Board
One in three meetings are not nearly as productive as they could be, and only 50% of members actively contribute. Most editorial board meetings have broad agendas and try to cover everything, but very few decisions are actually made. This course will provide you with the essential practical skills to make your meetings highly effective, where everyone contributes and all necessary decisions are reached.
Identifying what makes an effective editorial board
Setting expectation and objectives for the editorial board
How strategic and operational objectives affect performance
How to get buy-in from all members, and ensure everyone stays engaged
Essential processes and tools for highly effective communication before, during and after editorial board meetings
The importance of identifying the stages of team development
How to influence confidently
What will you learn?
Have the skills to create a high performing editorial board; identify how your editorial board is performing; prioritise areas that will improve performance and develop a strategy to implement change; easily build effective partnerships and influence others.
Who should attend (Level 2)
This course is for publishers, managing editors, publishing editors and academic editors responsible for managing editorial boards, either directly (as chair) or indirectly. As it will assume some prior knowledge and experience of editorial boards, the course is particularly aimed at editors with at least 1-2 years.The course will also really benefit members of editorial boards.
Mark Thomas, Consultant
Mark has coached and facilitated senior boards and project teams through strategic change for over 10 years. His background is in medical science, healthcare and the psychology of communication. He works predominantly across the scientific, medical and technology industries where communication is essential but not a priority. Mark has a vast amount of experience working internationally across different cultures and helping highly intellectual professionals to communicate with ease.
Niamh O Connor, Director of Publishing
Niamh is the Director of Publishing at the Biochemical Society/Portland Press, where a central part of her role is developing collaborative relationships with Boards, Committees and the wider community to recommend and deliver against organizational strategic objectives. Prior to joining the Biochemical Society she spent nine years at the Royal Society of Chemistry in a variety of publishing roles including Publisher and Managing Editor, where she worked to co-create and implement journal strategies with Editorial Boards to meet the needs of the evolving global scientific community.
This course will commence at 09:30 (registration, with tea/coffee, from 09:00) and end at approximately 17:00 Members;372.00 (+ VAT where applicable)
Non Members;541.00 (+VAT where applicable)
Academic;409.00 (+VAT where applicable)
Venue:Prince Philip House, 3 Carlton House Terrace, London SW1Y 5DG T: +44 (0)20 7766 0625 http://www.princephiliphouse.com/contact-us/
Contact Melissa Marshall T: +44 (0)1622 871035 :firstname.lastname@example.org
How to book
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Upcoming Dates for this event
- Thu 06 Jul 2017
- Thu 06 Jul 2017
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