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Instructor-led course

Provided by: PPD Personal and Professional Development


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Navigator: A Personal Development Programme for Men
Prerequisites


Description


Personal development is unique to each individual. It is about having time for yourself to take stock and consider your next moves. During this programme you will explore your future in a practical way and learn how to develop your potential. You will undertake realistic self-assessment and set challenging goals. Key areas covered include communication skills, assertiveness, improving your work/life balance and developing positive skills and attitude. If you want to progress and develop, then this programme is for you.

Target audience
  • University staff
  • College staff
  • PhD students
  • Further details regarding PPD's eligibility criteria are available
Prerequisites

This programme requires attendance at all four sessions and attendance at the Briefing Session

Aims
  • to be able to communicate more assertively and effectively
  • to have increased self-confidence and motivation
Further information
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'An enjoyable and rewarding experience that has opened my eyes to many different ways of thinking and approaches to success.'
'I thoroughly enjoyed the Navigator programme. It lived up to my expectations and exceeded them. I walk away with a better sense of myself.'
'An excellent, all round programme, that gets you thinking about what you want out of life and how you might go about achieving it. Well worth the time!'

Notes
  • You will be required to undertake two to three hours of independent work a week
  • A briefing will be held in December to give further information to those interested in this programme
  • Places will be confirmed after the briefing session has run
Duration

Four full day sessions

Theme
People Development

Events available