16 Mar

Using Relational Analytics to Understand, Measure, Manage and Improve Relationships – Course in Geneva

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Relational Metrics is a statistically validated way of measuring relationship quality.

Using it, you can address organisational relationships that are hurting profitability, efficiency and productivity anywhere in your organisation’s ecosystem.

Relational Analytics is running a 2-day course in Geneva, 28-29 March, which provides the basis for full accreditation as a licensed user of Relational Metrics and enables you to join the community of practice.

You can Register here.

 

Programme

DAY 1: Relational Management & Relational Metrics

Michael Schluter introduces the key ideas around measurement of relationships in organisations. He and his team show how these methods enable more effective analysis and provide data allowing organisations to enhance performance and meet social and relationship reporting requirements.

DAY 2: Enhancing Performance

For you to sharpen your ideas for implementing Relational Metrics in your organisation, the team will review the use of the Relational Metrics in assignments across multiple sectors. Particular attention will be paid to the potential for Relational Analytics to increase the effectiveness of multi-stakeholder partnerships in achieving development and humanitarian goals.

TIME/PLACE /BOOKING

9:00 to 17:00 daily

28-29 March 2017

Impact Hub, Rue de Fendt 1

1201 Geneva

Non-residential

Price

Full Price CHF 1,200 (Government/Corporate)

CHF 800 (NGO),

CHF 600 (individual)

Includes lunch/refreshments

SPEAKERS

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BERIS GWYNNE was an ambassador for the Australian Foreign Office before representing one of the world’s largest NGOs to the UN in Geneva.  She is also founder of Incitāre – a platform to support accelerated achievement of the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals.

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Dr. MICHAEL SCHLUTER CBE is an economist, former World Bank consultant, and social entrepreneur. He co-originated the Relational Proximity® Framework. He is founder of Relational Thinking and Chairman of Relational Analytics.

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JOSHUA ROSS holds a Ph.D from Cambridge and taught mathematics at two Chinese universities before chairing the Regional Board of an International NGO. He is responsible for the Relational Analytics technology platform (RAMP).

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VINCENT NEATE is the CEO of Relationship Capital Strategies Ltd., and has been active in the field of corporate responsibility for over twenty years, latterly as the partner in charge of the Sustainability Practice at KPMG.