Notice is hereby given that the: 110th Annual General Meeting of the British Chamber of Commerce | EU & Belgium will be held on: Thursday 4th June 2020 from 16.00-17.00
Why do cultural attitudes so strongly influence the way we do business between countries? How do events like Brexit impact our views of co-operation and confidence in each other? During this workshop we will demonstrate and practice how understanding someone’s “model of the world” is a vital part of successful adaptive behavior and doing business across cultures (*). Bring your business cases and examples: after a highly interactive day you will leave with techniques to apply immediately and a different view on how to build better intercultural partnerships.
Your team is working from at home and spread of different locations. Yet you still have to lead and inspire. Leading a virtual team requires a whole set of different skills vs a F2F one. In this masterclass we will explore in a highly engaging and interactive way what it takes to connect with your team also in this challenging time. We will explore how you can navigate across the pitfalls of remote leadership and how to full establish a virtual working culture. From technology towards the latest thinking on collaboration in remote organizations we will provide concrete strategies in this course as well as explore your defined challenges.
Businesses of all sizes, sectors and across all communities, national and international have been impacted in an unprecedented way by the current Coronavirus pandemic. Our friends at The British Chambers of Commerce in partnership with moneycorp are proud to bring you this webinar on how businesses are being financially affected during the pandemic.
Public speaking strikes fear into the hearts of most people and yet most of us, either at work or socially, are asked to stand and present to an audience. Everybody can be good at public speaking, but most don’t know where to start to improve.
Join us for a fascinating discussion on Europe’s Biodiversity Strategy for 2030 led by Humberto Delgado Director of Natural Capital at DG ENV, European Commission.
This event is held under Chatham House rule
Online: Virtual Meeting Virtuoso: So engaging, they’ll stop multi-tasking, stay focused and love you for it - 2 sessions
Virtual is the new normal in the time of covid-19. Keeping participants engaged and focused during on-line meetings can be a challenge. Leading and contributing to virtual meetings requires specific skills, reflexes and behaviours, as well as a whole new mindset. How do you keep people engaged and participatory? How do you share your genius without monopolizing the conversation – or being spoken over? How do you show-up professionally in the ‘virtual’ world when all they can see is your face on the screen (if you’re even using video). How do you get results and follow-through after the meeting’s over? These are some of the questions you’ll get answers to during this two-part training.
Join us on Tuesday 23rd June to hear from Claire Bury, Deputy Director-General of DG CONNECT, on their policy priorities within the new Commission.
This event is held under Chatham House rule
They say that "everything is negotiable", so why don't we all do it all the time? Mostly that sense of intimidation we feel comes from the lack of knowledge... and there is clearly a 'best practice' way to go about it, so let's start at beginning. By analyzing people's sources of power, we understand how to create additional power of our own and strip it away from our counterpart. Persuasion was written about as long ago as 500 BC by Aristotle who spoke of 'modes of proof' in his work on rhetoric. Walking into a marketing agency today and modes of proof are still spoken about! With the tools of power and persuasion should we immediately start out negotation? NO! at least, not necessarily, because sometimes the best negotiation strategy is to not negotiate! surprised? come and learn more about it in this online training.
Strategy. A word one hears often in business circles. A clear strategy that was collectively created is the cornerstone for every business and leadership team. But how do you create this, and what does a good and actionable strategy actually look like? There is surprisingly little understanding of it. In this highly engaging and practical session business leadership expert Lars Sudmann will give actionable advice on how to create your strategy. Drawing on lessons of great businesses, startups and history, we will see what it takes to be a master strategist and create an actionable strategy for you.