Breakthrough: 7 Principles of Relationship Management

Tutorial Room 1.07, Sir A Robertson CVTM Building

27 September 2019
09:30 - 12:30
Easter Bush Campus

Event Description

Edinburgh Innovations and Easter Bush are kicking off the new Breakthrough Enterprise Programme with our first event on Friday 27 September.

Breakthrough offers a number of interactive workshops addressing skills and techniques to support those interested in translational research/commercial activity.

Our first event will be different to anything you've experienced before where you will learn how to develop your relationship skills.

This fast-paced, interactive session will focus on a range of essential communication skills and behaviours, from key emotional intelligence traits, to assertively following up and keeping your promises. Relationship management is about much more than technical ability – it’s all about the emotional connection.

Refreshments will be available from 9.15am and the event will close with a networking lunch.

Funded by the BBSRC, attendance will be offered to Post-Docs in the first instance and then opened to all interested parties (should numbers permit).

Kissing With Confidence Ltd would like to contact you with workshop material – if you do not wish your contact details to be shared please advise.

About the Speaker

Russell Wardrop, co-founder and chief executive of Kissing With Confidence.

A former academic and award winning architect, he has a passion for continuous personal improvement through behavioural change and tough love. 

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