WHY DYSLEXICS ARE SUCCESSFUL..

WHY DYSLEXICS ARE SUCCESSFUL..

May 19 '14 8:00pm - May 19 '14 9:30pm @ Ravensbourne College, 6 Penrose Way, SE10 0EW, London
One person is going
Guest Lecturer Professor Julie Logan
DISCOVER THE PROFESSORS THOUGHT PROVOKING RESEARCH THAT PROVES WHY 35% OF HIGHLY SUCCESSFUL DYSLEXIC ENTREPRENEURS ARE SUCCESSFUL

Keynote speaker, Julie Logan:
Professor Logan has an extensive background in entrepreneurship and business education including leadership, marketing, new venture creation and commercialisation of university research. In her previous appointment at Bristol University, she developed entrepreneurship teaching for the Graduate School of International Business and the engineering and science.

Professor Logan explains why people with dyslexia excel as entrepreneurs. She found that dyslexic people display better skills in oral communication and problem-solving. They are also likely to be better at managing staff, having developed delegation skills in order to succeed. Her research concludes that 35% of highly successful entrepreneurs are Dyslexic and now you're going to get to hear it for yourself. It's been confirmed, its definitely happening RSVP and book y...
DISCOVER THE PROFESSORS THOUGHT PROVOKING RESEARCH THAT PROVES WHY 35% OF HIGHLY SUCCESSFUL DYSLEXIC ENTREPRENEURS ARE SUCCESSFUL

Keynote speaker, Julie Logan:
Professor Logan has an extensive background in entrepreneurship and business education including leadership, marketing, new venture creation and commercialisation of university research. In her previous appointment at Bristol University, she developed entrepreneurship teaching for the Graduate School of International Business and the engineering and science.

Professor Logan explains why people with dyslexia excel as entrepreneurs. She found that dyslexic people display better skills in oral communication and problem-solving. They are also likely to be better at managing staff, having developed delegation skills in order to succeed. Her research concludes that 35% of highly successful entrepreneurs are Dyslexic and now you're going to get to hear it for yourself. It's been confirmed, its definitely happening RSVP and book your slot before seat get full :)
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Ruth-Ellen Danquah
£115m new business development manager, growth engineer, SSE fellow and mother of a young person with autism