Please note that Insight into Management 2022 has ended for this year.
Insight into Management
11-13 April 2022
After a two-year hiatus due to Covid, our hugely popular leadership programme Insight into Management is back!
This fast-paced three-day event of business games and challenges is designed to develop your teamwork, management, leadership and presentation skills. You can expect to work in teams to:
• Tackle global challenges
• Increase your commercial awareness
• Present to employers
• Compete for prizes
Registration has now closed for Insight into Management 2022!
Places were allocated on a first come, first served basis.
The event takes place in the Student Guidance Centre Hub during the Easter holidays.
Price: £25 to include refreshments, lunch and all activities.
Please note full payment is required to reserve your place, contact email@example.com if you have registered already but have any questions about payment.
During three days of fast-moving, team-based challenges designed to develop your commercial awareness and management skills, we will introduce you to your team.
You’ll bond quickly as you work your way through our programme of time-limited business games and real world problems, competing against rival teams.
In a lively, safe and friendly atmosphere, you’ll get the chance to learn through experience – embracing the rollercoaster that a role in management can be.
We will introduce you to a team mentor who will be a recent graduate who is now working in a professional role.
The challenges and workshops will be facilitated by impartial Career Consultants, employers and other guest presenters who will offer you tips along the way as we throw global business and environmental challenges at you.
It’s an opportunity to learn and network – the bonds made during the three days endure long after the programme is over!
There is no revision or prep work involved, but come ready to think outside the box to come up with innovative ideas, negotiate deals and make split-second business decisions.
All we ask is that you are prepared for long hours, good fun and are prepared to get involved in all of the course tasks and activities.
“The team facilitators were fantastic. I’ve never had a workshop so comprehensively informative and enjoyable that challenged me”
“Improved my confidence in a fun and interactive way. Brilliant information given on interview skills and met so many new people”
“Developed my team working skills and skills in managing a project as part of a team”
Insight into Management is valued by graduate recruiters, and is accredited by Queen's University Belfast via DegreePlus Route A.
Candidates for Degree Plus will be required to keep a learning log and complete a 1000-word reflective account addressing the impact of Insight on career and skill development.
Information on how to gain a DegreePlus Award for successful completion of Insight into Management will be provided to participating students during this programme.
You will spend almost 30 contact hours engaged in interactive business games and case studies.
You will work in small groups and each group will be facilitated by a recent graduate working in industry or commerce.
The course structure is roughly:
Day 1 8.30am - 5:30pm
Day 2 8:45am - 5:00pm
Day3 8:45am -6:00pm
Insight into Management is a fun way of learning about management practices, activities and developing management and business skills.
You will typically work in groups of around 8-10 with each group facilitated by a recent graduate working in business helping you with a range of business tasks. The programme consists of a central business game around which we run spin-out case studies led by visitors to Queen’s.
By completing Insight into Management you will learn about core business functions, develop your business-related skills, network with potential recruiters and have fun into the bargain. You will develop:
- Cognitive/intellectual skills
The programme is designed to develop your problem-solving skills through idea generation, innovation and team work.
- Professional attributes/attitudes
These include team work, leadership, initiative, motivating others and inter-personal skills.
Self-awareness and development, adaptability, flexibility, coping under pressure and negotiation are all integral to the programme.
- Organisational Skills
Time management is critical as is the ability to organise and synthesise large amounts of detailed text and statistical data. Groups have to prepare short presentations at short notice.