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Meet the team

Meet Patrizia Kokot & her team of mentors from the Henley Business School who will be supporting learners on this free OOC on People Management.
Meet the ‘Managing People’ team. Find out what their professional interests are and why they are excited about helping you learn about managing people.
Lead Educator Dr Patrizia Kokot
This course was originally designed by Patrizia’s colleague, Dr Martin Bicknell who also features in the course videos. Patrizia will be leading the facilitation of this course with the support of Henley Busines School’s team of mentors who are:
Amal Ahmadi
Renata Kenda
Lorenzo Todorow Di San Giorgio
Irene Talavera
Adeyinka Adewale
You may like to Follow Patriza and the course mentors’ profiles to see their comments throughout the course:
Now we’ve introduced the team, why not introduce yourselves in the comments below! Who are you and why have you joined the course? What do you hope to gain from learning about managing people?
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