Free Webinars from ARU and Rainbow Services

Posted on: June 9, 2020

These FREE skills webinars are being provided by Anglia Ruskin University as part of the Community Research Project on the 18th June.  They will help those of you with organisation and community groups and fellow members to further develop leadership and negotiation skills.


Enhancing your Leadership skills

18th June 2020, from 10am

Developing leadership skills is about identifying and understanding our own values; working within a diverse environment; developing relationships within teams; and defining identities. Effective leadership is crucial to the success of any organisation as leadership is about motivating and influencing people so that they work together to achieve the goals of the organisation.


Negotiation Skills

18th June 2020, from 11am

Negotiation is something that we all engage in every day, often without even realising it. Formal negotiations form a crucial part of most people’s day-to-day professional or work lives, but informal negotiations are often engaged in any environment, without any structure or pre-planning. This webinar will enable you to develop your existing abilities as a negotiator, with emphasis on a practical application of those skills.


Social Inclusion Workshops

25th June 2020, from 11am

26th June 2020, from 11am

These workshop are organised by Dr Claudia Schneider (Reader in Migration Studies) from Anglia Ruskin University who has conducted research on social inclusion over the past 15 years. The workshops discuss the concept of two-way social inclusion and presents a number of national and international social inclusion projects in the context of migration.

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