Informatics Ventures Learning Lunch: Team Building

Date(s) - 12/03/2014
12:30 pm - 2:00 pm

ECCI, Infirmary Street, Edinburgh


with Sue Mitchell, Aeona

A Learning Lunch event brought to you by Informatics Ventures for Start-ups and Technology Entrepreneurs in Scotland

This Learning Lunch is for start-up/early stage technology company founders and executives, and will examine how getting the right team together can help drive your business forward more effectively.

What is a team?
Why is ‘team’ important?
How do you recognize a great team?

Create your team
Your team: What insights for your own company?
Please note – The event will start at 12.30 pm with sandwich lunch provided and running through to approx. 2pm.
Please advise the organiser directly of any special dietary requirements you may have.

About our speaker
Dr Sue Mitchell, Director of Aeona, is the only executive coach with her unique experience, background and skill set. For more than 20 years she has been working as a trainer, evolutionary ecologist, marine biologist, explorer and leader. She has a passion for helping people achieve their true potential, stretch their horizons and be the best they can be. She works closely with individuals, teams and organisations to bring a fresh perspective by challenging assumptions, asking the “naïve” and provoking questions; raising self-awareness, self-responsibility and confidence; and supporting personal and team development. She brings a unique wealth of experience, not only from the business world but also from an international scientific research career, leading expeditions overseas and training and developing instructors at the highest level with the British Sub Aqua Club.

Sue has lived in many cultures, growing up in Africa and later working with people at all levels across different cultures in UK and overseas. Her scientific research career took her around the world, including several years in Germany at a Max-Planck Institute and Edinburgh University. She has worked with various sized businesses since starting Spot-on Data in 2004 and subsequently Aeona, including start-ups, SMEs, charities, international organisations and the public sector, and continues to enjoy working with and motivating others to achieve their goals.

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