How to network effectively and build a better relationship with your mentor
Time: 9.30 AM - 10.30 AM
Networking and mentoring are essential components of professional growth and success. By establishing connections and building relationships, individuals can expand their network and increase their chances of success in their business.
Mentorship offers the opportunity for skill enhancement and knowledge sharing, allowing individuals to receive guidance from experienced professionals and develop their abilities. Engaging in both networking and mentoring can lead to significant personal and professional development, helping individuals reach their full potential and achieve their goals.
In this workshop Keith Casson from The University of Greenwich will give you practical skills on how to develop and make the most of your networks, as well as building a great relationship with a mentor.
About Keith Casson
Keith started out as an Electronic Engineer in the Chemical and Nuclear industries before gaining an MBA and moving to more managerial roles in Defence, helping to implement the transition from Public to Private sector ownership.
In 2003 Keith’s career changed direction, to helping SME’s grow. He specialised in providing the support and expertise needed for the development of new products and services. The most common sectors, from a very wide range, were manufacturing, and hi-tech.
He joined the University of Greenwich in 2016 as the Enterprise Development Manager for Science and Engineering, helping companies to access the knowledge and technology at the university.
About The University of Greenwich Research and Enterprise
Greenwich Research and Enterprise (GRE) at the University of Greenwich can help entrepreneurs achieve their ambitions through access to a wealth of expertise, skills, wide ranging facilities and business support. By providing entrepreneurs with the latest research and knowledge GRE can deliver a competitive advantage that keeps their businesses ahead of the competition.