Dil Sidhu inspires leaders at ALL CHANGE

ALL CHANGEThe 2015 AMOSSHE summer conference is all about enabling Student Services in higher education to lead and inspire positive change. We’re really excited to welcome Dil Sidhu, Chief External Officer, Manchester Business School at The University of Manchester to ALL CHANGE as our final keynote speaker. Dil will close the conference on a high, setting a dynamic, positive tone for the academic year ahead.

Dil Sidhu

Dil’s session ‘The science of influence and persuasion – using hard science for soft skills’ will inspire Student Services leaders to influence and persuade their teams and stakeholders about the benefits of change.

Dil’s interest in the field of leadership, influence and persuasion stems from working on major change initiatives that often failed to reach their full potential. Further investigation showed that many leaders within organisations were unable to influence and persuade their teams and stakeholders about the benefits of the change. Dil embarked on a journey to learn more about the area of influence and persuasion and came across the seminal work done by Harvard and Arizona State University Professor Robert Cialdini. Dil has been personally trained by Professor Robert Cialdini and is an accomplished Cialdini Method Certified Trainer (CMCT). His teaching experience includes public and commercial organisations around the world.

Find out more about Dil Sidhu’s keynote address at ALL CHANGE.

Don’t miss early bird discounts for ALL CHANGE!

Book a residential place at ALL CHANGE before 25 April to get our early bird discounted rate.

There are more discounts available for AMOSSHE members and their colleagues, and if three people from your organisation all book in the same week, you all get an extra 10% discount.

Find out more and book online: ALL CHANGE booking and prices.

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