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Thursday 31 January 201918.00 to 20.00

This skills session is designed and delivered by Up Skill 4 Life. Established in 2009, Up Skill 4 Life drives a step change in people through the design and delivery of tailored, relevant and engaging training workshops. All of their workshops are underpinned by the core belief of never using slides.

Learning outcomes for this session will include: 

  • Defining the foundations of a high performing team
  • Breaking down the barriers to perform as a team
  • Deal with difficult people through assertiveness
  • What to do if you’re the one being difficult
  • Recognising the impact that you have on your peers
  • What are the strengths of those around you?
  • Recognising dysfunction within a team & how to overcome it
  • Exploring your role in the stages of team development

This session will be delivered by Bakita Kasadha. Bakita is a writer, personal development trainer and HIV campaigner. She particularly focuses on capacity building within the third sector/civil society and ethical engagement of volunteers and advocates. She has been running skills workshops at UCL since 2015. She is currently studying a masters in Anthropology and Community Development at Goldsmiths.