We help leaders make better decisions on China by providing
Educational Programmes & Pathfinder Dialogues.
What insights and capabilities do you and your team need to better understand China and how it relates to you? How resilient is your organisation to risks stemming from China?
Our educational programmes are delivered in three formats:
– Courses & Workshops
– Help Desk for Parliamentarians
Our courses are an excellent and cost effective way of up-skilling individuals and teams in your organisation to ensure you can stay ahead of your competition and know how to manage risks.
UKNCC offers courses on an open enrolment and company specific (custom) basis. - Board Room Briefings - Short courses - Strategy Workshops - CEO / Director-level mentoring To learn more click the button below.
UKNCC’s Pathfinder Dialogues utilise the principles of the Track II diplomacy to enable vibrant, free and open discussions, in situations where formality and protocols restrict conversations and progress.
UKNCC defines Track II activity as the “efforts of non-governmental, non-state players (think tanks, academic institutions, cultural organisations, and private individuals) to achieve goals traditionally pursed through official government-to-government or business-to-government engagement”.
In today’s geopolitical landscape of Western-Chinese relations, people-to-people engagement has emerged as a vital instrument for navigating specific issues and macro points of difference.
As an independent convenor, UKNCC can bring parties to the table in a dynamic ‘safe space’ – something that is particularly valuable when formal channels are limited or direct engagement is counterproductive. Our Pathfinder Dialogues are a useful tool for governments and businesses when they need to ‘feel out’ potential solutions on complex issues.
To register your interest in working with UKNCC on an issue impacting your agenda, click the button below.
Our executive team have decades of experience designing and delivering custom and open executive development programmes at the world’s best business schools, including Cambridge University; Cheung Kong Graduate School of Business (China); IMD, Switzerland; INSEAD (France); and Oxford University.
Our consulting experience includes advising companies and governments on China. Team members’ previous roles include: Managing Partner of Booz & Company’s Greater China operations, Partner-in-charge for Asian Government Advisory with Tony Blair Associates and Partner leading the Asia-Pacific Financial Institutions Practice of Boston Consulting Group; Director of the UK Governments Investment Network across China and Senior British Commercial Consul, overseeing UK Government relations with over 400 Chinese companies and advising UK Prime Ministers and Chancellors of the Exchequer.
Whatever you are facing, whether you are in business, higher education or government, it is highly likely our team have experience working with clients who have faced similar challenges before.
What people have said:
“UKNCC put together a very impressive event on a topic of great importance – the world faces a number of pressing crises – but the greatest is that of climate change”.
HM Trade Commissioner for China, Mr. John Edwards
“I look forward to continuing to work with UKNCC to promote mutually beneficial co-operation between our two countries and people.”
H.E. Mr Zheng Zeguang, Chinese Ambassador to the U.K.