Find out how staff can provide feedback to senior management and have input into the direction of UoN.

Staff input and feedback

There are many ways for staff to provide feedback to senior management and to have input into the direction of UoN. From University-wide surveys and Q&A sessions, to less formal feedback through managers and directors, the leadership team welcomes your considered thoughts and suggestions.

Vice-Chancellor Professor Caroline McMillen

Share your ideas with the Vice-Chancellor

Input from staff provides the Vice-Chancellor, Professor Caroline McMillen with important insights into the perceptions, concerns and interests of staff.

The Vice-Chancellor is regularly out and about talking to staff about different initiatives. Not only are these great opportunities for staff to hear directly from the Vice-Chancellor, they are also a chance to share your ideas or ask questions. You can also share your thoughts in writing at any time.

NeW Directions

NeW Directions feedback

NeW Directions was shaped by input from the UoN community.  Ongoing input from staff is vital to help prioritise and focus UoN's activities to achieve the agreed objectives. Staff can email their thoughts and ideas on the strategic plan and our progress or provide feedback through managers or directors.


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UON Leadership brief

The fortnightly UoN Leadership Brief is a summary of important developments across the University, designed to cascade down through management and team structures. It is also intended to provide staff with the opportunity, in reverse, to give feedback to senior leaders on its contents (via their managers). For more information on the UoN Leadership Brief, contact your Director or Head of School.

UON Q&A

UON Q&A - a panel discussion

UoN Q&A sessions bring together a respected panel of staff and student representatives to share different perspectives and opinions. They provides an opportunity for staff to query, challenge and contribute thoughts and ideas on the big issues facing UoN and the higher education sector.