CAS in Leading High Performing and Multidisciplinary Teams
What role does diversity play when it comes to teamwork?
Which other factors enable teams to remain efficient even in complex and insecure contexts?
“Leading High-Performing Multidisciplinary Teams” focuses on effective teams and the interactions within in complex and uncertain contexts. It aims at inspiring leaders and managers to lead by optimising diversity and enhancing performance and collaboration across multidisciplinary teams.
The "CAS in Leading High-Performing Multidisciplinary Teams" course can be undertaken as an independent module or as part of the "MAS in Humanitarian Leadership" programme.
Key facts about the course:
- Effective Teams
Being a practitioner-oriented programme, the CAS uses a blended learning approach: self-study with selected readings, individual coaching, reflexive questions, case studies, flipped classroom, group/team exercises, journaling, oral presentations, reflective writing, work-based learning.
10 ECTS points, including online teaching, block course, and reflective writing
21 weeks, part-time, 300 study hours
On request. Multiple starts per year
Certificate of Advanced Studies in Leading High-Performing Multidisciplinary Teams of the University of Lucerne
The admission for this study programme is restricted to persons working for the ICRC, the International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies (IFRC), or national Red Cross / Red Crescent Societies.
The following additional entry requirement exists :
- Succesful completion of the following CAS course:
- - "CAS in Leading by Example"
The study programme is led by a committee of representatives of the University of Lucerne and the ICRC. Its members include:
Prof. Dr. Bruno Staffelbach
Rector and Full Professor at the University of Lucerne
Director of Operations, International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC)
Prof. Dr. Martina Caroni
Tenured Professor of International, Constitutional and Comparative Law at the University of Lucerne
Mohini Ghai Kramer
Global Head of Learning and Development, International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC)
Francesca Iseppi Steiger
Liaison at the ICRC
Head of the Humanitarian Leadership and Management School at the ICRC