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Negotiation skills tutoring, mentoring, and/or coaching

These classes support students working with the theories and practices of negotiation. You might be studying for personal and/or professional development, preparing a proposal or pitch, or anticipating a salary question at interview. The sessions are informal and unstructured, with a focus on dialogic approaches. You will be encouraged to ask questions and reflect critically throughout.

Extra information

These sessions are your opportunity to ask about your specific projects and/or progression, and so it is advisable, but optional, to prepare questions in advance.

Location

At teacher's location: Dawlish EX7 0QR, UK
At student's location: Around Exeter, United Kingdom
Online via webcam

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General info

Skills:

Age:

Children (7-12 years old)
Teenagers (13-17 years old)
Adults (18-64 years old)
Seniors (65+ years old)

Student level:

Beginner
Intermediate
Advanced

Duration:

60 minutes

The class is taught in:

English

About Me

I'm a PhD candidate in neuropsycholinguistics and consultant to private clients. My advisory clients include the House of Lords, the NHS, People Primetime International, the Manchester Metropolitan University, Falmouth University, the Emotional Intelligence Academy, the YMCA, the Y Club, the Castelfield Hotel, the National Citizenship Service, Equal Education, etc. My mentoring clients range pre-academic, academic, and professional contexts. My PhD research examines the composite language and communication phenomena of schizophrenia, as relative to figurative language processing, using experimental psycholinguistic methods; my master's dissertation focused on paralinguistics: blended displays (i.e. complex facial expressions) of emotion; and my bachelor's took the form of a stylistics combined honours (i.e. linguistics with creative writing). My vocational experience includes a substantive clinical education post within NHS psychiatric services—specifically, as an interpersonal communications tutor; in parallel, I've provided consultancy services since 2011.

Education

BA English with Creative Writing, Falmouth University
MA Professional Writing, Falmouth University
PhD Neuropsycholinguistics, Manchester Metropolitan University

Experience / Qualifications

YMCA Manchester, Manchester; 13/08/2018–03/09/2018
course designer and facilitator, ‘DICE-6’, Youth and Community Service
• interactive teaching; instructional design; evaluation

Manchester Metropolitan University, Manchester; 22/05/2018–
sessional lecturer, Department of Languages, Information, and Communications
• interactive teaching; instructional design; evaluation

Exeter Learning Academy, Exeter, 04/2017–08/2017
instructional designer
• interactive teaching; instructional design; evaluation

Devon Partnership NHS Trust, Exeter, 06/2015–12/2016
interpersonal communications tutor
• interactive teaching; instructional design; evaluation

Sole trader, Exeter, 01/10/2011–
consultant academic
• interactive teaching; instructional design; evaluation; (under; post)graduate supervision

Presentations and invited lectures

Workshop, ‘Situational Revision for Dangerous, Sensitive, and/or High-risk Interactions’, 27/11/2018

Workshop, ‘Linguistic, Paralinguistic, and Extralinguistic Awareness in Supportive Encounters’, 20/11/2018

Workshop, 'Decoding Multichannel Communication in Therapeutic Relationships’, 13/11/2018

Workshop, 'Intercultural and Intracultural Negotiation', 22/05/2018

Presentation, 'Formal Thought Disorder, Creativity, and Figurative Language', Digital Semantics Symposium, 18/10/2017

Award in Education and Training, Level 3; Highfield ABC, 09/10/2018

First Aid in the Workplace, Level 3; Highfield ABC, 03/10/2018

Paediatric First Aid, Level 3; Highfield ABC, 05/10/2018

Good Clinical Practice (primary care), National Institute for Health Research, 24/04/2018

Good Clinical Practice (secondary care), National Institute for Health Research, 24/04/2018

Advanced-Level Apprenticeship in Health and Social Care, IQ Level 3; Skills for Care and Development; 08/03/2017

HRA Researcher Training, Health Research Authority, Manchester Metropolitan University, 24/02/2017

MMU Research Integrity, Health Research Authority, Manchester Metropolitan University, 24/02/2017

Diploma in Health and Social Care, IQ Level 3; Skills to Group Ltd.; 31/01/2017

Prevention and Management of Violence and Aggression, Level 2 (instructor); Ethical Care, Control, and Restraint; 24/06/2016

Certificate in Preparing to Work in Adult Social Care, Skills to Group Ltd., 21/04/2016

Good Clinical Practice (primary care), National Institute for Health Research, 05/02/2016

Good Clinical Practice (secondary care), National Institute for Health Research, 05/02/2016

Facial Action Coding System, coder certification; Paul Ekman International Plc.; 20/11/2015

Care Certificate, Devon Partnership NHS Trust, 06/07/2015

Micro Expression Training, eMETT 3.0; Paul Ekman International Plc.; 10/04/2015

Subtle Expression Training, eSETT 3.0; Paul Ekman International Plc.; 04/04/2015
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  • Instructor since September 2019
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Stephan
Improve your negotiation skills using the Harvard method
It has been said everything is negotiable. You might have experienced this early in life, for example when you discovered your bedtime was not cast in stone. Years later you probably found out your negotiation skills had gradually become more important. Indeed, they are an essential competence for everyone who wants to achieve something. As a professional, you have to negotiate a lot, too. You are likely to find yourself mediating between clients involved in a conflict or negotiating about certain clauses in a contract. Besides that, you might have talks with your employer about salary, holidays and other (secondary) working conditions. We'll use the Harvard method to prepare you for situations like the one pictured above. Step by step, we'll pass through every stage of this famed method, which aims rather at creating a win-win situation than beating the other party. The aim of this course is twofold: 1. You are able to reproduce the theory behind negotiation skills and to apply that knowledge to specific cases as a means of preparing for the actual negotiation. 2. You are able to negotiate in an international environment, using negotiation techniques and communication skills that are suitable for that context. In other words, we'll discuss the theory and bring it into practice through cases that are specifically developed for this course.