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Through WIN, we run a program of training sessions, seminars, networking events and webinars delivered by external providers and our own lawyers and consultants. We aim to provide you with the tools, personal development and knowledge you need to demonstrably add value to your business.

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We remain committed to WIN being shaped by in-house lawyers, for in-house lawyers. Please get in touch and share your suggestions for future WIN events.

19Sep Presentation lessons from politics Manchester Join us for our WINClassics series, a range of workshops exploring fundamental soft skills topics regularly requested each year by our WIN community. This series is different to our Future Legal Leaders programme (supporting rising stars) and is open to in-house lawyers at all levels. Politicians have to speak regularly, at short notice, on a range of topics, in a variety of formats. There are many things we can learn from their approach, including their mistakes. With presentation skills one of our most requested topics, we are pleased to offer you a variation on previous presentation courses, delivered by an expert trainer who served for almost a decade as a Member of the Scottish Parliament. "The national Budget has just been published – it is around 500 pages. You are doing a live interview in 45 minutes, and then go straight to the Chamber for a full debate with the Finance Minister. Oh, and can you do Newsnight at 11 PM...and then Good Morning Scotland at 6.30 AM? Good luck!" This dynamic seminar will help you to assemble great material swiftly, fine-tune it carefully and structure it effectively. You will also learn how to get ready to perform and make the maximum possible impact. This WIN seminar is packed full of strategies, tips and shortcuts with immediate practical application. It has been adapted and shaped to provide a particular focus for in-house lawyers. Workshop outline: * The most effective and efficient way to craft your message and build your structure * 5 vital lessons every speaker can learn from politics and how to apply these lessons to the commercial world * Being fully ready to speak for the first time or even the tenth time that day * How to add extra sparkle to your presentation * How to transfer the techniques to meetings and informal situations
12Oct M&A Training Academy Lagos Nigeria DLA Piper Africa is pleased to invite you to our third M&A Academy on African soil. Using our extensive experience in mergers and acquisitions and following the success of our M&A Academies in Johannesburg and Nairobi, we are delighted to invite you to the third academy in this series of client training events taking place in Lagos, Nigeria. The presenters will include leading M&A practitioners from our Lagos, London and Johannesburg offices. DLA Piper globally execute more M&A transactions than any other law firm (Mergermarket). Accordingly, we are uniquely placed to offer your professionals focused training programmes to enhance their knowledge in this area. Our panel of speakers will be drawn from our lawyers worldwide offering the opportunity not only to build on your local knowledge, but also have the opportunity to hear from leading practitioners from other jurisdictions. The Academy is aimed at mid-to-senior level professionals and in-house counsel who work in: * Corporate finance, including banks * Private equity and DFIs * Strategy departments of corporates and state entities The Academy is designed to provide an overview of the key stages of the M&A process, the content of the documentation and the interaction between the lawyer, the financial adviser and the other main players in a transaction. The topics that will be covered include: * M&A Process and Preliminary Agreements * Due Diligence * Warranties, Indemnities and Insurance * Purchase Price * Tax aspects of an M&A transaction * Anti-trust and Other Conditions, including the gap between Signing and Closing
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