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Book now for Cross-cultural considerations in managing successful research teams

07 Nov 2011

On 14 December 2011 (10am-4pm) in Manchester.

Audience: Supervisors and principal investigators

The research environment is increasingly diverse, mobile and global. As Principal Investigators and supervisors, you are expected to develop and lead a successful research team in this global environment.

This one-day participative workshop will explore practical strategies to deal with challenges in managing researchers from diverse backgrounds. A panel of experienced academics will provide an insight into successfully managing international research teams. You will also be given the opportunity to share experiences and issues with peers from across the North West.

Additional topics that will be covered during the workshop include:

  • The potential impact of cultural differences on the working environment
  • Challenges and opportunities in building culturally diverse research teams
  • Avoiding miscommunication and conflict
  • Overcoming barriers in managing people from different cultures to your own
  • The value of diversity in building successful teams

To book your place

For further details and to book your place on this workshop, please complete the online booking form found at:

If you have any questions about the event, please contact us at: