5th HVM New Materials 2019 Conference Summit - with support from the Cambridge Graphene Centre and Graphene@Manchester, IOM3, Versarien, William Blythe and Darktrace. Following on from CIR’s HVM since 2002 and Materials & 4IR Conferences since 2013, this executive conference summit will bring together technology innovators and entrepreneurs to solve grand challenges.
A highly interactive 3-day course for recently appointed project leaders and managers, or those who have not had any previous formal training. It will equip them with a range of tools and techniques which can be readily applied in their work to help them become fully effective as managers.
This session will review the applications of mindfulness and compassion for stress reduction, emotion regulation and physical and psychological well-being across the lifespan.
Scattered, anxious or lacking mental clarity? What does your brain think about work? This brain science overview will give you a basic understanding of how your brain typically reacts to change, stress and daily life & work challenges. With this knowledge you may be able to respond more appropriately and with more self-awareness. Was it really 'you' or was it just your brain doing its brain thing?
This 1.5 hour workshop explores what stress does to our bodies and minds, how it can manifest in ourselves, and will teach strategies to build resilience at these times.
This event will explore the current and future use of automation, artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML) and explain how these tools will enable MNOs to derive network efficiencies and lower costs in order to improve network performance and deliver customer experience.
Learn how your organisation can help support its scientists as they step up to leadership roles. This taster session introduces the Lab to Leader programme, a training and coaching package designed specifically to build the soft-skills, emotional intelligence and strategic mindset that those with purely scientific training can lack. Join us on 28 November to find out more.
The CETC will hear from three cutting edge agritech businesses about the latest developments in the sector
Multi-tasking? Ineffective? Just not enough hours in the day? Find out from brain science just how ineffective some of our normal working strategies can be and discover some alternative, more brain-friendly ways to get stuff done and take back time
Utilising case studies, an intuitive framework, close coaching and group interactions, this programme provides you with the tools and skills to create and execute an actionable strategic renewal plan.
CBI Chief Economist, Rain Newton Smith will provide an in-depth update on how the UK economy is currently performing, what the future holds and the impact this might have on your business.
Respond in the moment with confidence and credibility – every time.
IOSH Leading Safely with Health & Safety Works
From poetry to politics, fiction to finance, history to hip-hop and comedy to current affairs, Cambridge Literary Festival brings an eclectic mix of today’s best writers, thinkers and speakers to Cambridge all year round.
Irritable? Reactive? Quick to anger? When the emotions rise and the red mist falls, what if anything, can you do to regain your cool? This session will help you better understand your own emotional responses and give you an overview of some valid and reliable emotional regulation techniques, as suggested by science
Learn how to absorb information efficiently…read faster, remember more and benefit from the uniquely effective mind mapping technique with this highly interactive course…
This course is highly recommended for existing users of MS Word, who need to be able to create more complex documents.
Supporting your patient’s faith and beliefs at end of life helps to make a more dignified experience.
Join our webinar on Tuesday 3rd December, where Organisational Behaviourist Hilary McLellan will provide the most up to date research and guidance of how to embed psychological safety in the workplace to create an organisational culture of openness.
By the end of the session you will be able to produce more complicated projects and feel comfortable tracking and resolving conflicts. Our training centre is located on the outskirts of Cambridge with easy road and rail transport links. We provide professional and enthusiastic training and of course there is a pub lunch to look forward to!
Any review of essential management skills always puts effective communication close to the top of the list. Yet poor communication is at the root of many problems. This workshop will help managers understand their own communication style, the essentials of good communication and develop their confidence to communicate effectively.