Branch

Behavioural Procurement

Tuesday, 15 January 2019 - CHESTER

FREE

Behavioural Procurement
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The CIPS Cheshire and North wales Branch is delighted to have David Loseby, an experienced CPO, CIPS Fellow, previous CIPS Congress Representative for the North of England region and now appointed to the CIPS Global Board of Trustees, discusses what is meant by ‘Behavioural Procurement’.

When people talk about developing soft skills, what do they mean? What are some of the practical applications for contract management practitioners? How we behave and the behaviour of others is important in any situation and this can be particularly evident in negotiating contracts as this can lead to the success or failure of the contract.

David will define what is meant by Behavioural Procurement, how this can be achieved within the supply chain through to the end client, behavioural competencies required and how to apply this in negotiation situations, supported by case studies.

    Audience

    This event is open to CIPS members and non-members.

    A buffet will be provided.

    Venue Directions

    Free Parking is available onsite.

    Programme

    TimeTitleSpeaker
    17:15Event registration and refreshments
    18:00Event start
    18:15David Loseby - Behavioural Procurement
    19:45Q & A
    20:00(Approx) Event close

    Speakers

    David Loseby

    Strategist, Author & AdviserAquitaine Strategy and Barkers LLP

    With over 25 years’ experience at senior executive/director level driving value and change through procurement, organisational transformation and change management, David’s  background spans a variety of roles with significant global experience and responsibilities in both private and public sectors (pharmaceuticals, banking, FMCG, manufacturing, consulting, retail, venture capital, healthcare (NHS) & local Government. Formerly Group Procurement Director for Inchcape Plc., David was the principal architect behind one of the key strategic pillars for leveraging global scale across the group.

     

    Today’s businesses understand the need to leverage insights from behavioural science, social sciences, decision sciences and psychology as a critical success enabler.

     

    David’s passion is to help organisations partner more effectively, harvest exponential value from their collaborative engagements and allow their people to be the best they can.

    Venue

    Tuesday 15 Jan - CHESTER

    Mercure Chester Abbotts Well Hotel
    Whitchurch Road
    Christleton
    CHESTER
    CH3 5QL
    UNITED KINGDOM
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