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15:45
6th Jun 2017


Room: Room 3B

This session is for professional staff looking to build and develop sustainable and meaningful relationships between academics and stakeholders to facilitate co-production of research and maximise impact. The University of Nottingham launched its flagship Impact Leaders Programme (ILP) in September 2015, which brings together academics from across social sciences and links them with businesses and public sector organisations, in order to exchange knowledge and improve skills between the University and stakeholder organisations. This session will focus on the design and delivery of a tried and tested programme, including how to create a structured programme that improves skill-sets, promotes the exchange of people, skills and knowledge between the University and stakeholder organisations, and speeds up the process of getting evidence into practice. Now in its second year, the programme won the ARMA award for Impact in June 2016, and is making some significant outcomes externally, and internally, by driving culture change within the University. For more information about the Impact Leaders Programme, please visit: https://www.nottingham.ac.uk/social-sciences/research/impact/partnerships.aspx

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Key Learning Points:

You will learn:

  • New ways to support engagement between academics and stakeholders
  • How to facilitate co-production of research and maximise impact
  • How to link the programme to other initiatives to promote and drive culture change

Presented By:

Liz LesquereuxThe University of Nottingham

Additional Information:

Theme: Translation
Level: Management
Time: 15:45
Date: 6th Jun 2017
Room: Room 3B

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