The Oxford Experience
On Monday morning they have a highly interactive session on
leadership led by the prominent actor - turned teacher, Phillida
Hancock, who draws leadership lessons from Shakespeare's Henry V
before working further on reframing their challanges Monday
afternoon and Tuesday.
Wednesday morning, Thursday and Friday they embark on a two and
a half day customised version of the Oxford Programme on
Negotiation, learning the building blocks of persuasion and
decision-making before moving onto skills and strategies for
increasingly complex negotiations.
In highly interactive sessions, they
participate in simulations where they adopt a range of different
roles. Incorporated in this portion of the programme is a half-day
on cross-cultural negotiations and some lessons drawn from
important recent international negotiations in which small states
issues have been addressed.
Wednesday afternoon the participants enjoy a guided walking tour
of Oxford and on two of the evenings in Oxford there will be
dinners held in the traditional dining halls of Oxford
Find out which small countries have previously participated in the SCFMC programme.