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In-Company Programmes

Kingston Business School and Kingston Law School are both leading suppliers of undergraduate and postgraduate education, plus we have a established history of providing innovative and high quality courses direct to corporate clients. Examples of the content we have included in courses are:

  • Innovation
  • Sustainability
  • Finance
  • Employment Law
  • Leadership and Management
  • Finance for non Financial Managers

If you have a group of interested employees then we can help to build a bespoke programme of study across all our business and law specialisms. These courses are tailored to suit your company's specific needs or to address a certain objective.

 

Flexibility to meet your needs

All our programmes can be fully tailored to meet your needs, including:

  • Choice of venue - delivery either at your company offices, onsite at Kingston University, or at a selected corporate venue.
  • Number and length of course sessions can be flexible to suit your staff. For example rather than a full day programme you may find it easier to run the content over 3 or 4 smaller workshop sessions.
  • Sessions can be packaged in different ways, for instance 1 afternoon a week for 10 weeks; one day a week for 5 weeks, or across evenings and weekends.
  • Programmes can be delivered specifically to management within the company, or to certain departments.
  • Learning can be formally assessed via assignments and accredited against our masters programmes.

All executive programmes are delivered using such techniques as interactive workshops, relevant case studies and a combination of group and individual work. Some sessions use creative role play, an approach derived from theatre.

Participants are called upon to challenge traditional approaches and develop new ways of thinking. Self-assessment and 360-degree assessment are an essential part of the sessions on developing personal skills. Participants will be asked to bring live business problems to the sessions to work on. The focus throughout is on learning that can be directly translated into practice.

For more information please contact Kathryn Elliott on 020 8417 5632 or kathryn.elliott@kingston.ac.uk.

 

Executive Programme

Business Breakfast - Leading global teams

Tuesday 11 November.
Time: 8:00am – 10:00am. Breakfast included.
Venue: Business School, Kingston Hill
Price: Free but booking is essential

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Do you manage staff across borders, or deal with multiple suppliers overseas?

The globalisation of business brings new challenges that both face-to-face and virtual teams need to address. These include an increase in the number of internal and external stakeholders to manage; the need to interact across more and different types of boundaries; and an increasing necessity to integrate local responsiveness and global coordination.

To successfully lead teams within such a high level of complexity requires a strong self, and relationship and perception management competencies developed through experiences of boundary spanning, blending and bridge making.

At this breakfast event, you will be introduced to these competencies and roles in a short talk. You will then spend the remainder of the session exploring these ideas experientially and there will also be time for networking.

Speakers:

Dr Christina L Butler, Senior Lecturer

Christina has taught and researched in the areas of leadership, teams and international management for more than a decade. Previously she was a Research Associate at IMD (Switzerland). Read more here.

Dr Irina Chongarova-Aron

Irina holds a PhD in linguistics from The Russian Academy of Science, Moscow. She specialised in Intercultural Communication at the Intercultural Communication Institute in Portland, Oregon. Read more here.

 

For further information about this event:
Contact: Sahar Mansoori Zangir
Email: enterprise@kingston.ac.uk

Book now.

 

Courses

Mediation training workshop

Thursday 11 December 2014 and Wednesday 11 February 2015
Time: 9:30am – 4:30pm
Venue: Kingston Hill campus, Kingston Hill, Kingston upon Thames, Surrey KT2 7LB
Price: £275.00

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Mediation is an alternative dispute resolution which can eliminate the need to go to court. It aims to assist two parties who are in disagreement to reach a mutually acceptable solution. The process is more time efficient and cost effective than other forms of dispute resolution such as litigation or arbitration and it provides parties with a safe non-threatening environment in which the issues concerned can be openly discussed.

This course provides basic techniques needed to mediate disputes. The training focuses on the skills used by mediators when helping parties in a dispute. These skills include:

•    handling emotionally charged situations;
•    problem solving, active listening; and
•    effective questioning.

Booking is essential to attend this event.

For further information about this event:
Email: enterprise@kingston.ac.uk

Book now.

 

Social Media workshop 1:

Thinking like your customer - how to use social media effectively

Thursday 6 November 2014 or 4 - 5 March 2015
Time: 10:00am – 6:00pm. Lunch provided
Venue: Kingston Hill Kingston Upon Thames Surrey KT2 7LB
Price: £325.00

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This course will introduce you to the dynamics, shifts and new processes within marketing. Themes include: linking core business and marketing values; segmentation, targeting and positioning; how and when to use organic and paid for promotion; and finally the importance of analysing how the customer thinks, acts and behaves online.

We will be looking at different stages of the customer journey - looking at optimising social media at each stage, and linking objectives and outcomes to social media interventions

You will take away completed customer journey plans, content creation grids, social media fact sheets, and a clear ability of how and when to use social media.

This is the first workshop in the series of two. It is not essential to have completed Social Media Workshop 1 in order to enrol on Social Media Workshop 2. However, book both workshops together for the special discounted rate of £600 - email enterprise@kingston.ac.uk for details.

Book now.

 

Social Media workshop 2:

Listening, talking and marketing with mobile

Wednesday 26 November 2014 or Wednesday 18 March 2015
Time: 10:00am – 6:00pm. Lunch provided
Venue: Kingston Hill Kingston Upon Thames Surrey KT2 7LB
Price: £325.00

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This workshop will introduce you to specific changes and considerations linked to mobility, ubiquitous connectivity and on-the-move search / purchasing

In linking geography with mobile, our completed customer journey maps will be focusing on particular social media tools and how responsive content creation can act as a catalyst.

We will be looking at mobile geolocation and location based marketing, content marketing / narrative and storytelling, and the digital customer journey.

Specific outputs include mobile interventions, content creation, importance of monitoring and listening and ‘responsiveness’.

This is the second workshop in the series of two. It is not essential to have completed Social Media Workshop 1 in order to enrol on Social Media Workshop 2. However, book both workshops together for the special discounted rate of £600 - email enterprise@kingston.ac.uk for details.

Book now.

 

An integrative approach to Coaching Supervision

Monday 24 Nov and Tuesday 25 November
Time: 9:00am – 4:00pm
Venue: Rose Theatre Kingston, 24-26 High Street, Kingston, KT1
Price: £900.00

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The rapid growth of coaching over the last few years has created the need to insure the quality and development of this service and provide support for continued learning and growth of the coaches. That is where Coaching Supervision comes in.

Kingston University’s two-day course, which is run in collaboration with Coaching Supervision Consultancy Limited, addresses: the context and history of supervision; developing professional knowhow including exploring model and theories; and applying knowledge. As part of the course, participants will complete and evaluate a Coaching Signatures Profile™ (CSP) – an online, evaluative psychological profile and report which enables coaches to recognise and understand their most developed and natural coaching signature.

The programme would suit coaches wishing to develop a supervision practice, HR executives, academics and all professionals who have responsibility for developing others through coaching and supervision.

Course leaders:

Ann Marie Cooper is an APECS accredited executive coach, team coach and supervisor with 20 years’ experience in the financial and professional services sectors.
She specialises in coaching business leaders, professionals and individuals going through promotion or career change. Ann Marie is also the Group Supervisor for the internal coaching faculties for a number of large clients.

She has a MA in Education, Training and Development; a Certificate in Coaching from Henley Business School and is a Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development. She is a visiting tutor and coach at Henley Business School and Kingston University.

Patti Stevens is Managing Director of the Coaching Supervision Consultancy Limited and co-founder of The Association for Professional Executive Coaching & Supervision (APECS).
Patti’s background is in organisational, leadership, coaching, counselling, and supervision psychology. For the past fourteen years, she has been a visiting Coaching and Mentoring Supervisor at Oxford Brookes University. She is also an Adjunct Faculty Member at Henley Business School.

Patti’s qualifications include an MSc in Psychological Counselling & Psychotherapy; a Postgraduate Diploma in Organisational Psychology & Psychiatry; BSc Hons in Psychology; and a Postgraduate Certificate in Supervision for Coaching & Mentoring, along with other extensive CPPD learning.

For further information about this event:
Contact: Sahar Mansoori Zangir
Email: enterprise@kingston.ac.uk

 

Book now.

 

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+44 (0)20 8417 5632

kathryn.elliott@kingston.ac.uk

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