Today, Communication Skills are more important than ever before. Within a few seconds, technology allows us to contact our friends, family, students, employers and people all around the world. However, there is an ‘expectation’ that during communications, everyone should know how to conduct themselves properly on every occasion. Whether it’s the tone of the voice, body language or pure courtesy, it is essential to communicate effectively. It is little wonder that those who can master this, whether face to face or through written communications, will have a life-long advantage over their fellow peers. In this lecture, Paul Bhangal will tell you how to communicate with friends, colleagues, university staff, with professional people and more importantly, people from industry and people from overseas.
报告题目二：Intellectual Property and Copyright Laws
Both young and experienced professionals can work hard over many months or even years to achieve their goal, in making a new service, a new process or a new product. What should they do to ensure that they can protect their idea or invention? What can they do? How do they go about doing it? What are the costs to engineers, designers or inventors if they ignore valuable information on Intellectual Property Rights (IPR)? This lecture is designed for anyone that is studying Engineering, Science, Business or even Research. You may be at a disadvantage if you have little or no knowledge of this area. The lecture will introduce, explain through examples, and provide a good overview of one of the most important subject areas in the developed and emerging economies of the world.
Paul Bhangal is the college principal of the Arts and Business College of London. Also, he is a module leader for MSc Innovation and Entrepreneurship in Engineering Department in University of Warwick and senior advisor in the University of Oxford, training students and business professionals in Digital Marketing. Paul has provided teaching and workshops at a number of leading universities including Warwick, Oxford, Insead, Cambridge to name a few. The majority of these have been students completing their Master’s in Business or Entrepreneurship. He is an experienced academic and his doctoral research is in the field of International Entrepreneurship. As an experienced business professional with over 25 years senior management experience working with new start-ups to multinationals including Mercedes Benz, Daewoo, Lexus, handling annual turnover in excess of £100m. He has an Executive MBA and has delivered some high level Sales & Marketing consultancy projects in the UK, Middle East and China.