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URLeading: Home

This guide contains links, documents, and other information for UR Leading participants.

Welcome!

Welcome to the LibGuide for URLeading! This webpage brings together additional resources to supplement the content in each module.

Content for this Guide was created by URLeading developers and facilitators, in collaboration with the University of Regina Library and Copyright Office.

About URLeading

The University aims to support the leadership development of current employees across the University. Over eight months, URLeading is designed to provide a comprehensive, peer to peer leadership development experience. Participants enhance their capacity to lead by: 

  • Developing a self-awareness of their individual leadership style
  • Applying their leadership style to a variety of team and community relationships
  • Practicing the art of strategic change when applied to an institutional issue
  • Adapting their leadership style to complex organizational issues
  • Developing a supportive network of colleagues

Each May, employees are requested to submit an application form supported by their faculty/department/unit sponsors.

The University Executive Team (UET) approved the implementation of URLeading and is an active sponsor of the program.

URLeading principles align with the University’s values of mutual respect, integrity, honesty, inclusivity, diversity, accountability, well-being, community, social responsibility and pursuit of knowledge.

Contact

For information about the UR Leading program, please contact the University of Regina's department of Human Resources.

For questions about the Guide, or to report broken links, please contact Human Resources Assistant.

Leadership Research

If you are interested in pursuing research into leadership, the Library can help you access scholarly and peer-reviewed resources.

Visit the Business Administration Research Guide for links and guidance.

Visit or contact the Library Help Desk to get started on your research.

Contact the Business Librarian to ask questions or make an appointment for one-on-one research help.

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