TRANSVERSAL SKILLS

Successful Public Speaking

2 modules Initiation FR EN

MODULES

M161Preparing your public speech

Icône durée 1h20
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M162 Making your speech a success

Icône durée 40min
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OBJECTIVES EDUCATION

  • Understand the techniques necessary for any public speaking situation
  • Prepare your speech by optimising your physical and mental preparation
  • Construct your speech by organising your ideas coherently
  • Communicate your message by finding your own communication style
  • Get your key points across
  • Identify your public speaking strengths
  • Manage your audience
  • Improve your self confidence

WORD OF THE AUTHOR

Danièle ATTIAS

“Speaking in public can often be difficult.
We all want to communicate, but do we have the expertise to be heard, understood and well received?
How can you make your speech a success?
What are the keys to successful public speaking?

I designed this training course to help you to understand and master the most effective tools and the techniques and strategies used by the greatest speakers.

I will also help transform you into a charismatic speaker who can drive progress and solve problems.”

The European Union and its Institutions

1 module Initiation FR EN

MODULES

M171 The European Union and its institutions

Icône durée 1h
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OBJECTIVES EDUCATION

  • The history of the founding of the European Union
  • The three pillars underlying the European Union
  • What the eurozone represents
  • The characteristics of the five main institutions
  • The characteristics of the eight key community bodies.

WORD OF THE AUTHOR

“The idea of forming an economic and political group of European countries emerged at the end of the Second World War.
In 1957, representatives from six countries (West Germany, France, Italy, the Netherlands, Belgium and Luxembourg) laid the foundations of the current European Union by signing the Treaty of Rome.

Since then, many countries have become members of the European Union (EU), which is today composed of 28 member states.
The eurozone is formed of European Union member countries who have adopted the euro as their single currency. There are currently 19 eurozone countries.

The European Union is managed by five main institutions and eight key community bodies.”

Fundamentals of Management

4 modules Initiation FR EN VN

MODULES

M191 Being a manager

Icône durée 55min
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M192 Communicating effectively with your team

Icône durée 55min
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M193 Developing your team’s skills

Icône durée 45min
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M194 Knowing how to cope with difficult situations

Icône durée 25min
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OBJECTIVES EDUCATION

  • Understand the different roles of manager and leader
  • Understand the different techniques for organising and managing a group or an organisation
  • Learn how to communicate effectively with your team
  • Learn how to develop your team members’ skills
  • Know how to identify, assess and resolve crisis situations.

WORD OF THE AUTHOR

“We can use management techniques to improve the performance and productivity of a company’s employees. This will then improve the performance and the productivity of the company itself, which is the goal of every manager!

The term management covers all of the techniques used to organise and manage a group (or an organisation, or entity, etc.) in order to achieve a common objective. In a business world of constant change, it is important to help employees to continually develop their skills so that they can keep up with these changes.

It is also important to know how to rapidly identify and assess crisis situations and to implement actions to help manage them.”

The Main Schools of Economic Thought

5 modules Initiation FR EN

MODULES

M181 The precursors of the economic thought

Icône durée 45min
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M182 The economic thought : the classical school

Icône durée 45min
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M183 The economic thought : the Marxian school

Icône durée 45min
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M184 The economic thought : the neoclassical school

Icône durée 45min
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M185 The economic thought : the Keynesian school

Icône durée 45min
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OBJECTIVES EDUCATION

  • Understand the different schools of economic thought
  • Recognise the key authors of the different schools of economic thought
  • Be able to link the various theories to the school of thought that developed them
  • Understand the contributions and the limitations of the different schools of economic thought

WORD OF THE AUTHOR

“Economic reflections have existed since antiquity, emerging initially in Ancient Greece and then in Ancient China, where market production and an economy first appear to have been developed.
Since 1800, different schools of economic thought have succeeded one another:

  • The foundations of economic science first emerged via the two “precursors” of classical economic thought: the schools of mercantilism and physiocracy
  • The first half of the 19th century saw the birth of the classical school; while
  • The Marxian school emerged during the second half of the 19th century
  • The neoclassical school is considered to be the fourth main school of economic thought;
  • Finally, the last school of economic thought is the Keynesian school

In this course I invite you to examine these five schools of thought in detail: What are their theories? Who were the key authors of these schools?”

The Art of Negociation

4 modules Initiation FR EN VN

MODULES

M201 Preparing effectively for your negotiation

Icône durée 1h10
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M202 Understanding negotiation techniques

Icône durée 1h15
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M203 Knowing how to conclude your negotiation

Icône durée 20min
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M204 Case study : the Art of Negotiation

Icône durée 15min
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OBJECTIVES EDUCATION

  • Be able to prepare your negotiation
  • Be prepared to address objections
  • Understand negotiation techniques
  • Understand the different types of negotiation
  • Be able to manage conflicts and deadlocks
  • Know how to conclude negotiations

WORD OF THE AUTHOR

” A good negotiator displays the same qualities as a high-performance athlete. This is no time for improvising; the case must be carefully prepared – although the negotiator also needs to be flexible and highly reactive.

A good negotiation aims to benefit and satisfy both parties. It should play out as a win-win game and a partnership where each party wants to achieve its own objectives.

But how can we ensure that our negotiation will be successful?”

Economic growth and Sustainable Development

2 modules Initiation FR EN

MODULES

M151 Economic growth

Icône durée 1h10
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M152 Sustainable development

Icône durée 50min
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OBJECTIVES EDUCATION

  • Define economic growth and understand what it represents
  • Calculate economic growth
  • Understand the determinants of economic growth and know how to identify them
  • Understand the negative consequences of economic growth
  • Understand the principles of sustainable development
  • Understand the key sustainable development indicators

WORD OF THE AUTHOR

“We say that children are in a growth phase when they are growing and healthy.
It’s the same thing in economics: a country’s growth is measured regularly to check that the country is in good health.
Various performance indicators are used to do this, such as GDP (gross domestic product).

But is economic growth compatible with environmental protection?

To address this problem we need to use other indicators to measure economic growth, such as sustainable development.
I have designed this course to give you an insight into the mechanisms behind economic growth. We will also examine the impact of this growth on the environment by considering sustainable development.”