Many people find that their experiences of ‘group work’ are challenging. The ability to work inclusively with others, to manage group projects effectively and to communicate with a diverse group of colleagues is not just a skill which is useful at University. It is a real asset to anyone looking for employment.
With this is mind, the next talk in the ‘Life Tools’ programme – ‘Working with Diversity – how to succeed in group working’ will provide information and tips to enable successful group work. It will provide advice on effective communication and techniques to manage difficult situations more effectively. The talk is on Monday 26th October at 3.00pm in Carrington building, room 201.
‘Life Tools’ talks are open to all students – there is no need to book a place, just come along on the day.
Previous attendees have made the following comments about the Life Tools talks:
‘A very valuable talk with a great speaker’
‘You can apply the information to many situations’
‘It will give you useful, friendly advice on a subject that will affect you throughout your lifetime’
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