In this issue
Merry Christmas!
Alliance Manchester Business School Wins Dual Awards for Business Education 2017
UoM China Annual Dinner and CSR Forum
Head of AMBS Prof. Fiona Devine Visit China to Strengthen Partnerships and to Receive “Big Ben Award” for Manchester MBA
Professor Clive Agnew first visit UMW China Centre
GAMBA delegates enjoyed 2nd residential workshops in Shanghai
UoM Beijing Alumni Christmas Gathering
China Centre co-organized the UK-China Entrepreneurship & Innovation Forum
Joint Discussion with Universities on Non-Violent Discussion
Professor Dame Nancy Rothwell Hosts Alumni Dinner
Strategic Management Taster
Operationalising and Communicating Values Taster
Leadership Taster
Mad for Manchester
Interview: Seamon Shi, Founder & CEO of IntraMirror
Manchester Cloud launched in Shanghai with Sino-UK VIPs in attendance
Joint Discussion with Universities on Non-Violent Discussion

On 18th Nov, Tilman Rieger, a certified executive coach,was invited to share with alumni on the importance of non-violent communication. Alumni from AMBS, UBC, University of Hong Kong, and Jiao Tong University attended the forum and engaged in heated discussion on the issues of violent behaviors they observed or experienced in everyday communication. Tilman illustrated through examples and case studies that non-violent communication can be a great way to support you with positive intentions because it has the power to transform your life and life of the people around you while developing an attitude of mutual respect. Alumni worked in teams to think of how to convey a critical or difficult message in a constructive and less costly manner and Tilman gave detailed feedback on pros and cons in each approach. In the 3-hour talk, heated debate revolved around topics such as across-cultural communication and meditation effects between conflicting parties.

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