In classroom and blended

Organisational behaviour

The training courses in this category are intended to encourage the development of skills able to generate an efficient and effective interaction between people, teams and corporate functions that may have different objectives, to some extent even conflicting.

There are many occasions in which these situations can occur: in designing the course, we identify those recurring in the specific context, to address them adequately and help generate competitive advantage.

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Building and managing a team

Introduction The team building activity is a process of great importance since the team is the organisational unit in which people share different knowledge, skills and experience, to achieve specific objectives. It is, therefore, of crucial importance that the team building process is guided so that the objectives are achieved efficiently. The team can have […]

Managing a change project

Introduction People and organisations generally claim a positive attitude towards change, formally considered an opportunity: is this the real situation? In the real world, deep-down change is perceived as something negative that gets between us and a situation which we have learned to manage. How to overcome this scenario? What to do so that people […]

Managing conflict through negotiation

Introduction Conflict is a critical issue that primarily concerns organisations because it affects the achievement of objectives; for this reason, learning conflict management techniques is a priority for anyone interested in improving the business climate and the quality of results. Aims Support the development of negotiation skills that can help to identify solutions shared by […]

Managing a successful meeting

Introduction Decision-making processes are getting more and more interconnected, and the meeting is among the essential tools that organisations use to give solution to complex situations. The difficulties people encounter in managing meetings leaves a sense of widespread frustration, due to various factors: doubts about the actual need for the meeting, endless discussions on issues […]

Effectively manage a personnel selection interview

Introduction There is a wide range of literature on the subject and countless training courses. Yet many people involved in staff selection processes find it difficult to answer questions such as: How can you check if the candidate has the desired technical knowledge if you do not have that knowledge? How to ascertain what really […]