February 28-March 1, 2020, a field training session “Meeting of the Leaders” of the Financial University was organised.
February 28 - March 1, 2020, a field training session “Meeting of the Leaders” of the Financial University was organised at the Lesnoe Ozero Resort. The training session was organised by the International Student and Visiting Professor Department in cooperation with the Office for Social Work with Foreign Students with an Active Social Position.
The event was attended by students from such countries as Belarus, Congo, Uzbekistan, Mongolia, China, Madagascar, Abkhazia, Cameroon, Bulgaria, Tajikistan, and etc.
The training session was devoted to one of the most important issues of contemporary society, namely, effective ways of conflict resolution. It is necessary for people of different religion, nationality, and origin to interact and cooperate successfully with each other.
The meeting was opened with a welcoming speech by Vice-Rector for International Cooperation Alexander Linnikov.
Head of the International Student and Visiting Professor Department Anatoly Kislyakov shared five principles of leadership behavior, specifically what makes a good leader, and what qualities a leader should possess.
February 29, Assistant Professor from the Department of Personnel Management and Psychology , PhD in Psychology, Nikolai Dedov gave a practical seminar on “Conflict Management”. Students considered effective conflict resolution strategies.
In addition, Deputy Head of the International Student and Visiting Professor Anastasia Voitsytskaya had a discussion with students on conflict cases from everyday student life.
The speech by Adyan Javakova, Head of the Protocol Group, on “Cyberbullying in Social Networks and How to Fight It” also attracted a lot of attention. The discussion revealed that many people had already faced various forms of Internet aggression in social networks and often did not know how to respond to it in a proper and effective way.
The administration of the Lesnoe Ozero Resort organised a celebration of Maslenitsa with cheerful Russian folk songs, pancakes, hot tea, and burning of the doll.
Many noted the practical usefulness of the event and the fact that a reasonable balance between leisure and training had been achieved.