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Effective Decision-Making and Team Dynamics* - 25th May 2017
Thu 25 May 2017, 09:30 – 16:30 BST
This workshop examines the linguistics of decision-making and how to create effective teams. It investigates how to sustain effective rapport management between colleagues, clients and customers. Based on the principles of Linguistic Profiling, this workshop takes a hands-on approach, providing a practical set of toolkits that will aid business leaders in reflecting upon how they make decisions in their everyday business lives and how to deal effectively with the complex process of decision-making to deliver the best results in future. It will also cover top tips to ensuring that teams stay loyal, fully motivated and focused.
Our workshops offer a unique training experience as they are based on real-life professional interactions and include interactive drama and performance elements with our dedicated team of actors. All workshops are delivered at the University of Nottingham’s award-winning University Park Campus by our linguistics experts.
*Our offer is funded by the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF) and we offer eligible SMEs a choice of: 2 free workshops, or 1 free workshop and a 6 hour consultancy taster package.
LiPP workshops are primarily for SMEs based in Nottinghamshire and Derbyshire. An eligible SME is a company that:
• Has less than 250 employees
• Is not more than 25% owned by an enterprise that in itself is not an SME
• Has an annual turnover of less than €50 million OR has an annual balance sheet of less than €43 million
This event is part of the £20million Enabling Innovation programme – led by the University of Nottingham, University of Derby and Nottingham Trent University – and co funded by the universities and with European Regional Development Fund monies from the D2N2 Local Enterprise Partnership; a private sector-led partnership promoting economic and jobs growth across Derby, Derbyshire, Nottingham and Nottinghamshire. Universities will aim to use their technical expertise to help more than 2,000 D2N2 area small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) over three years; to invest in research and innovation, become more competitive, and to grow and create high skilled jobs.