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Researcher Development : Managing Research Stakeholders

Description

Theme:

Education and Research

Category:

Education and Research

About this course:

Stakeholders are people or organisations who have an interest in your research, or are affected by it.

Stakeholders can include those who are supportive, and who may even fund your research, and those who may be less supportive, indeed, critical.

Learning outcomes:

As a result of attending this course, you will be able to:.

- Identify different stakeholders.

- Determine what interest each stakeholder has in your research.

- Consider how you will manage and communicate with different types of stakeholder.

- Have a better awareness of the potential impact of your research.

Who should attend this course:

This course is recommended for Research Staff.

Presenter(s):

This session is delivered by Kevin Sales, Research Development Manager.

What previous participants have said about the course:

"Understanding university's industrial stakeholder was really useful as was getting names of relevant contacts in the university who might be helpful for my area!": Postgraduate Research Student in Social Sciences and International Studies.

Before the course:

No preparation is required for this course.

Learning provider:

This course is administered by Researcher Development; please contact researcherdevelopment@exeter.ac.uk for more details.

This course occurs on the following dates
DateLocationStartFinishCostTrainer(s)Places
Available
16/02/2018 Penryn: Peter Lanyon Building, Seminar 3 11:00 13:00 Free James Grant 14
20/02/2018 Streatham: Old Library Training Room 4 (Professional Development Suite) 10:00 12:00 Free Kevin Sales 29
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