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  • 4 December 2014

    Introduction to Contracts

    Management Forum

    London

    TRAINING OUTCOMES:-

    • Understand how contracts are structured, negotiated, executed and implemented
    • Familiarise yourself with legal 'jargon' and terminology
    • Improve the way you administer, amend and terminate contracts
    • Take away tips on how to draft clear and concise contracts
    • complete exercises to consolidate learning

    FOCUS

    • What makes a binding contract?
    • The structure of a typical commercial contract
    • Techniques for effective contract drafting
    • Negotiation and signature of contracts
    • Tracking and terminating contracts

    WHO SHOULD ATTEND:

    • Legal Administrators
    • Contract Administrators
    • Project Managers
    • Business Development Managers
    • Others whose work includes working with contracts

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  • 5 December 2014

    Introduction to Intellectual Property

    Management Forum

    London

    TRAINING OUTCOMES

    • Gain an introduction to the different IP rights
    • Discuss why IP should be protected and how
    • See examples of patents, trademarks, designs and protecting IP
    • Introduction to licensing and exploiting IP

      Focus

      • An overview of patents, trademarks, designs and other IP rights

      • Practical aspects of protecting IP

      • Introduction to licensing and exploiting IP

    WHO SHOULD ATTEND

    • Legal Administrators
    • Contract Managers
    • Contract Administrators
    • Project Managers
    • Business Managers
    • Business Owners
    • Business Development Managers
    • Consultants

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  • 8 December 2014

    Working with Confidentiality Agreements

    Management Forum

    London

    TRAINING OUTCOMES:

    • Learn when a CDA is needed and the benefit of having one
    • Understand and negotiate standard clauses
    • Become familiar with the clauses to be wary of
    • Manage your confidentiality obligations effectively
    • Track your confidentiality agreements

    FOCUS:

    • Practical Steps to protect your information
    • Review the terms of a CDA- legal, commercial & drafting issues
    • Confidentiality provisions as part of a larger transaction
    • Overview of related issues (e.g. Freedom of Information, Medical Recrods, Official Secrets etc.)
    • Remedies for breach of a CDA

    WHO SHOULD ATTEND

    • Legal Administrators
    • Contract Managers
    • Contract Administration
    • Project Managers
    • Others whose work brings them into contact with confidentiality agreements

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  • 10 December 2014

    Enhanced Negotiating Strategies

    Management Forum

    Paris

    Whatever your profession or industry, negotiating is key.  At some point we all need to negotiate with partners, customers, suppliers, employees and regulators.  In today’s climate negotiating is tougher than ever, with each party needing more out of the deal. 

    This one day seminar will increase your negotiating skills by:

    • Providing a thorough overview of best practices for managing negotiations 
    • Delivering insight into key negotiating tenets
    • Outlining solid tactics to minimise concessions
    • Helping you to defend yourself against various negotiation tactics

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  • 11 December 2014 - 12 December 2014

    Devil's Advocate Auditor - Executive Decision Making

    Management Forum

    Paris

    MAXIMISE YOUR RETURN ON DECISION MAKING

    The following are a few of the practical skills and tools that Devil's Advocate Auditors are trained to use:-

    • Adopting Chain Analysis
    • Assessing Analogues and Antilogs
    • Business Model Analysis Grid
    • Calibration Curves
    • Competition Value-Added Matrix
    • Failure Modes and Effects Analysis
    • James-Stein Estimator
    • Positive Deviance
    • Project Attractiveness Score Sheet
    • Risk Calculators and Risk Matrices
    • SERVO Analysis
    • Vulnerability Assessment

    Your organisation's Devil's Advocate Auditor will learn how to avoid falling into decision making pitfalls such as:-

    • Confirmation Bias
    • Risk Homeostasis
    • Illusory Correlation
    • The Delusion of Single Explanations
    • Fundamental Attribution Error
    • Conjunction Fallacy
    • The Illusion of Brian Plasticity
    • Shreckenberg's Self-Destroying Prognosis
    • The Hawthorne Effect
    • Munchausen Management Syndrome
    • Probablistic Contamination

    Application of Learning

    Devil's Advocate Auditors can enhance the quality of their employers decision making in terms of:-

    • Determining the soundness of business models of contemplated business partners or investment targets
    • Recommending methods to ensure that sufficient discussion and debate precedes proposed corporate transactions
    • Running business proposals through a gauntlet of risk management tools
    • Benchmarking the integrity of the data under review in the context of launching a new product
    • Gauging the point at which the acquisition data represents diminishing marginal returns
    • Assessing how much of the success of the person your client is considering partnering with, is due to skill versus luck
    • Pointing out decision making traps in consideration of contemplated acquisitions
    • Ensuring that business plans are vetted with appropriate precedents, as well as, against both analogues and antilogs

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  • 27 January 2015 - 29 January 2015

    Strategic IP Planning

    Management Forum

    London

    TOPICS TO BE COVERED AT THIS SEMINAR:

    • Step-by-step practical guide to strategic IP planning
    • Utilising a structured and rationalised IP strategy toolbox
    • Competitive IP analysis: market positioning
    • IP SWOT: align IP with R&D and business goals
    • Performance: benchmarking, measures and KPIs
    • Defining and prioritising an IP roadmap
    • IP planning  as part of your daily role: presenting your plan persuasively
    • Experience IP planning and implementation during a business simulation

    WHO SHOULD ATTEND

    • IP Managers/Professionals (in-house and private practice)
    • Non-IP Professionals (R&D Managers)
    • Directors and Business Managers

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  • 10 February 2015

    Contract Law 2015

    Management Forum

    London

    TOPICS TO BE COVERED AT THIS SEMINAR:

    • Contracts fundamentals
    • Protecting your position – liability and exclusion – latest cases
    • Anti-corruption and Bribery Act clauses for contracts
    • Warranties and guarantees
    • Obligations and rights
    • Managing contracts and contract termination in a tough economic climate
    • Draft Consumer Rights Bill
    • Review of recent case law

    SEMINAR LEADER:

    Susan Singleton – Singletons

    WHY YOU SHOULD ATTEND

    • Understand the contracts you manage
    • Decrease reliance on external lawyers
    • Reduce your risk
    • Avoid expensive legal proceedings
    • Tighten up your contract clauses
    • Learn the latest case law and best practice on contracts and contract management

    WHO SHOULD ATTEND

    • Procurement Managers/Purchasing Managers
    • In-house Lawyers
    • Company Secretaries
    • Paralegals
    • Trainee Solicitors
    • Contract Managers
    • Business Development Managers
    • Others whose work regularly bring them into contact with contracts

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  • 12 February 2015

    Dealing with Difficult People

    Management Forum

    London

    This one-day seminar is designed to help you deal with the difficult people in your working life – the people, particularly colleagues, who can be a minor irritant or make your working day a misery.

    By the end of the course you will have:

    • Considered why people are difficult
    • Acquired hints and tips on how to deal with the dominators, the manipulators, the negatives and the obstacles
    • Analysed the attributes needed for dealing with difficult people and acquired some damage limitation strategies
    • Practised good questioning and listening techniques
    • Developed a plan to cope with your own difficult people

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  • 13 February 2015

    Effective Delegation

    Management Forum

    London

    Effective delegation can be a valuable skill to master as it can not only help increase your productivity, but also help develop and motivate your team. This interactive course will examine the key principles of effective delegation and provide you with the essential tools you need to delegate well.

    • Understand what Delegation Means
    • Why can Delegation be Difficult?
    • Learn How to Delegate Efficiently
    • Explore Delegation and Motivation
    • Discuss Guidelines for Delegation – A Planned Approach
    • Discuss Effective Feedback after a Task has been Completed

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  • 24 February 2015

    Drafting R&D, Collaborations and Joint Ventures

    Management Forum

    London

     Topics covered at this seminar: 

    • R&D sponsorship and collaboration agreements

    • EU framework consortium agreements

    • Other types of academic and commercial research collaborations and joint ventures

    • Legal structures for multi-party collaboration

    • Core drafting issues

    • Competition law and other legal issues

    • Case studies and drafting exercises

    WHO SHOULD ATTEND ?:

     

    • Contracts Managers

    • Technology Transfer Managers

    • Lawyers (both in-house and external)

    • Patent Attorneys

    • Others who are involved in the negotiation, drafting and management of R&D agreements

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