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    Engaging and Managing Stakeholders for Impact
    Provider   Organisational and Staff Development Unit

    The aim of the programme is to develop practical skills and knowledge to enable participants to take a more strategic approach to planning Knowledge Exchange and research impact generating activities.

Duration 4 sessions

Course Type Series

Booking Status Waiting List

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Target Audience: Early Career Academic, Researcher and Knowledge Exchange Staff including Chancellor Fellows, other Research and KE Fellows and Impact Champions

This is a series - please click on the "show series" button under course dates to toggle all dates and book series.

The aim of the programme is to develop practical skills and knowledge to enable participants to take a more strategic approach to planning Knowledge Exchange and research impact generating activities.  Helping to achieve their personal/professional aims and objectives while delivering the Universities strategic aim to achieve excellence in Knowledge Exchange.   The knowledge and skills developed during the programme will underpin development stakeholder engagement and management plans, proposals and funding applications (including Pathways to Impact plans) as well as creation of Impact Case Studies for REF and other purposes.  This course excludes Intellectual Property management and commercialisation pathways as this is comprehensively covered in a separate course: Enterprise, Commercialisation and Intellectual Property.


This is a Recommended class in the Knowledge Exchange path of the SPARK programme. It is also an elective or optional class for those participants taking the Learning and Teaching in Higher Education, Academic Practice, and Researcher Development pathways.



Delivered By: Linda Wallace

Prerequisites

All 4 sessions must be attended. Please check all session dates before booking.