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Collaborative and International Grants: Managing the Team

with Dr. Thomas Bryer

June 15, 2023
9:30 a.m. - 1:50 p.m. (EST)


Collaborative and International Grants:

Managing the Team

June 15, 2023

9:30 a.m. - 1:50 p.m. (EST)


Dr. Thomas Bryer

Professor, School of Public Administration, University of Central Florida, Orlando


Once you have secured your funding, or you have chosen to pursue a collaborative project without funding, its success lies next in how well you manage your team. Whether two members or ten, several factors can impact how well team members work together, their productivity, and the ultimate output of the project within the determined timeline. Key to success is setting realistic and manageable goals as well as determining and engaging each team member’s strengths and expertise. In this workshop, Dr. Bryer will work through a variety of exercises and scenarios that will help participants to build the skills and tools required to succeed in their collaborative projects. From setting realistic targets, to staying on task and dealing with difficult team members, this workshop is sure to be beneficial for any team leader.



  • Identifying strengths and weaknesses

    • Team members

    • Institutional or financial

    • Contextual

  • Making a plan and setting realistic targets and expectations

  • Staying on task

  • Working with the team

    • Diverse membership

    • Dealing with difficult members

    • Including excluded members

    • Interpreting and reiterating contributions

  • Stepping back, reassessing, and redirecting

  • Delivering on set targets


Audience & Prerequisites:

This workshop is designed for individuals interested in pursuing collaborative projects. Whether you have secured funding, are working with a team without funding, or are still in the planning stages of project development, this workshop will provide important tools for academics at all stages of their careers.

Certificate Credits: 1

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