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.  

2010 Group With Radcliffe Camera Lo ResIn 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 colleges.

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Next Session

18th - 29th June 2017

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