If you missed a session you really wanted to attend this term, head to our website to find some short summaries written by LSE students!
Join us today for a CV workshop held by LSE Careers, showing you how to frame your LSESU club and society experience on your CV!
Come and warm up inside away from the cold wind and snow, with an introduction to Russian Language - run in collaboration with the LSESU Russian Business Society!
The sports sector is one of the most interesting, diverse and high potential places to start your career. It spams the public, private and third sector – offering the opportunity to combine pursuing both something you are passionate about with a challenging and rewarding role in an competitive environment.
This presentation will highlight pathways to getting started in sports for graduates, provide advice on applications and searching for opportunities, as well as showcase some of the trends currently shaping the industry. Hosted by Beth Warne, a recent LSE Graduate from the Sports Ambassador Program, currently working on improving Women’s Sports Participation in Saudi Arabia and Peter Hawkings, Consultant at Portas, the world’s leading sports strategy consulting.
Join us for a session on Managing Conflict, led by qualified workplace Mediators Shaun Harris and Jo Taplin-Green.
Join us for our final Beyond the Classroom skills workshop of the term, where we will be joined by LSESU's Communications Team for best practise and top tips and tricks to improve the way you use social media!
We are delighted to host Maurice De Castro from Mindful Presenter for an interactive workshop on Public Speaking.
Are you running a group, project or event, and you've got to work with a contractor? Come along to this LSESU Beyond the Classroom to develop your negotiation skills further, in order to make sure you get as much out of every deal as possible! This session will be delivered by Viki Chinn from LSE Careers.
Join LSE Careers for a CV workshop focused on how to sell your LSESU Club and Society experience on your CV.
Join us for a brief introduction to Russian language, in collaboration with the LSESU Russian Business Society.
We'll be covering basic phrases such as how to introduce yourself, and phrases you may find helpful if visiting countries where Russian is spoken. We'll also look at phrases that may be helpful in a business setting.
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This workshop will be hosted by Shaun Harris, Deputy Director at LSE Careers, and Jo Taplin-Green, Reader Services Manager, LSE Library.
Both Jo and Shaun are qualified workplace mediators. This session is for anyone who may feel they could benefit from developing their communication skills and strategies for managing conflict.
Join us next Thursday for an interactive workshop exploring the rewards and risks of pursuing meaningful work, led by an LSE alumnus.
Join organisational psychologists and LSE alumni Sallyann and Julienne to explore the rewards and risks of pursuing meaningful work. This interactive workshop will reveal insights from their journey around the world to meet trailblazing social entrepreneurs, as well as practical tools for balancing personal wellbeing with social impact. A must for millennials in search of more than money from their careers. In collaboration with the LSE Annual Fund.
Join us this Thursday at 6pm for a brief introduction to project management! We highly recommend this session to students awarded an Annual Fund Grant this term...
Join us for a brief introduction to project management. We highly recommend this session to anyone with an Annual Fund grant this term!
Join us as we kick off Lent Term 2018 with one of our most popular sessions from last term.
The session will focus on best practise for volunteering with vulnerable people as a part of any activities you may be taking part in or running as a student.
Spaces are limited, so book your place online to guarantee your space!
Join us tomorrow for our first Beyond the Classroom session of Lent Term...
This session will be a repeat of the Safeguarding session held in Michaelmas Term, so come along if you missed out the first time!