Maximising Impact Through Effective Partnership Management

11-18 April 2024 20 hours English Online

Explore how to nurture, manage and measure partnerships. Learn effective communication, relationship management, and evaluation strategies to create mutually beneficial connections and address challenges proactively.

This module can also be taken as part of the Building Successful Partnerships training program, tailored to equip ambitious university and industry professionals with a robust skill set for navigating the intricacies of strategic partnerships.

Delivered through workshops and fireside chats, participants have the option to register for this module individually or in conjunction with up to two other modules from this training program.

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Maximising Impact Through Effective Partnership Management


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Who should participate?

University and industry professionals (all career stages)
This program is suitable for individuals new to partnerships or actively engaged in external collaborations and partnerships. Open to university and industry professionals from diverse departments, faculties and institutional levels, including industry engagement, strategic relations, alliances, business development and more.

What is involved?

  • Flexible modular structure: Choose individual modules or complete the entire program.
  • Delivered online: Blend of live and self-paced learning for maximum flexibility.
  • Four successive modules: A deep dive into essential partnership concepts.
  • Expert facilitators: Learn from experienced practitioners and industry leaders.
  • Exclusive UIIN Specialist Certificate: Earn six Continuous Education Units upon program completion.

Why join the module?

  • Master effective communication and relationship management strategies.
  • Have an approach to measuring and evaluating your partnerships.
  • Know how to ensure mutually beneficial relationships and address potential challenges at an early stage.


13 Jun

Managing partnerships: Governance and relationship management

Workshop | 12:30pm – 1:30pm UTC

Account management and Customer Relationship Management (CRM)

Fireside Chat | 2:45pm – 3:45pm UTC
20 Jun

Measuring and evaluating partnerships

Workshop | 12:30pm – 2:30pm UTC

Develop a partnership health check

Knowledge to Practice | 2:45pm – 4:15pm UTC


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Arno Meerman

Dr. Balzhan Orazbayeva headshot
Dr. Balzhan Orazbayeva

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Dr. Sarah Jaber

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A/Prof. Todd Davey

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Dr. Andrey Dyachenko

Learning journey

In addition to the main learning journey, participants are encouraged to join pre-course activities, including an information session and opportunities to meet your cohort members, as well as post-course activities like alumni events.

Course module

  • Duration: two weeks
  • Workload: six to eight hours per week
  • Collaborative workshops: attendance required
  • Fireside chats: attendance required
  • Seminars: attendance required
  • Knowledge-to-practice sessions: attendance required
  • Reflections and peer reviews at your own pace

Module assignment

Every course module includes a module assignment:

  • Workload: four to six hours
  • Module assignment
  • Reflection exercise
  • Live session with peers and facilitators

One-on-one mentoring

Receive feedback and coaching from a recognised professional in the field who will help you review your project, refine its goals and activities, and determine next steps:

  • Individually chosen mentor from UIIN professional network
  • 3x one-on-one mentoring sessions
  • Expert tailored feedback and guidance
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Avatar of Balzhan Orazbayeva

Questions? Book a one-on-one with us.

Dr. Balzhan Orazbayeva, Manager Strategic Initiatives

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Other modules in this program

Navigating Your Partnership Landscape (Module 1)

Initiating and Developing a Partnership (Module 2)

Going From Transactional to Strategic (Module 3)