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Get Connected: Boosting your productivity

Learn some helpful tips from our panel about ways to boost your productivity to improve your work and studies.

  • 18 Mar 2021, 5.30pm to 18 Mar 2021, 6.20pm GMT
  • This is an online event.
  • This event is free
Get Connected
Get Connected Online 2021

Working and studying from home or in a new environment can have a big impact on your productivity.

Join us on Thursday 18 March, 5.30pm (GMT) to talk to our expert panel on the impact Covid-19 and lockdown have had on their own productivity and their helpful tips on how they overcame this.

Have questions you'd like to submit to the panel for discussion? Send them to alumni@bath.ac.uk.

Our Speakers:

  • Richard Godfrey, Founder and CEO at Rocketmakers
    Richard is an experienced and trusted CTO, software architect, investor, entrepreneur and innovator with a demonstrated history of delivering major systems via Rocketmakers, Microsoft and Deloitte over the last 30 years. He also focuses on helping innovative start-ups, scale-ups and corporates of all shapes and sizes deliver disruptive and engaging customer experiences through the application of new technology.

  • Grace Marshall, Productivity Ninja at Think Productive
    BSc International Management and Modern Languages 2002
    Grace coaches and trains people to help improve their productivity. She has written three books on the topic of productivity and wellbeing, ’21 Ways to Manage the Stuff that Sucks Up Your Time’, ‘How to be Really Productive: Achieving clarity and getting results in a world where work never ends’ and her latest book 'Struggle'. She was Think Productive's first first female Productivity Ninja and has trained and coached over 6000 people.

  • Bryan Sergeant, CEO at Innovex Management Limited and Chairman at Nevaya
    BSc Electrical and Electronic Engineering 1982
    For the past 20 years Bryan has worked closely with the CEOs and Boards of mid-sized businesses to improve the quality of leadership, strategy and management in their organisations. Previous to this he has been CEO, COO and held other Board positions in large corporates, SMEs and start-ups. Bryan was also a mentor at the University of Bath and Be the Business' Productivity Through People, which helps future business leaders increase productivity through the empowerment of their workforce.

This event is free to attend. Submit your questions to the panel in advance and register your interest by contacting alumni@bath.ac.uk.

Please note that this event will be hosted on MS Teams. MS Teams is compatible with Microsoft Edge and Google Chrome, but if you are planning to join the event using another browser then it is advised that you download the free MS Teams App.

Want to be part of the discussion?

Join us Thursday 18 March 17:30 (GMT)

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