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Essential Interpersonal Dynamics China Program

One of most acclaimed and long-running programs at the Stanford Graduate School of Business that students consider life-changing is “Interpersonal Dynamics”, known to many as “Touchy Feely”. It aims to help increase our ability to forge strong relationships with others, to improve emotional intelligence and leadership through better communications with self and others.

Dr. David Bradford, Stanford Graduate School of Business Eugene O'Kelly II Senior Lecturer Emeritus in Leadership and Co-founder of the Interpersonal Dynamics Program, is joining Stanford Center at Peking University (SCPKU) Executive Director Josh Cheng and Stanford Graduate School of Business China Director Frank Hawke to bring the condensed version of this program, titled “Essential Interpersonal Dynamics”, to SCPKU, opening the first chapter of Touchy Feely in China.

Stanford MBA alumnus Gu Ji will act as Founding Program Director and will lead the Essential Interpersonal Dynamics program in China. The program is designed under the guidance of Dr. David Bradford, taking into consideration Chinese characteristics. Those who joined the pilot courses at SCPKU with Gu Ji and GSB facilitators gave this program the most positive reviews. Previous students include founders of listed companies, internet company CEOs, investment executives of large financial companies, noted angel investors, as well as founders of international schools, strategic firm partners, international law firm senior partners and other outstanding individuals.

The first 4-day program will begin on July 19th, 2018. Participants will be awarded a certificate issued jointly by David Bradford and SCPKU. Please click "Read More" to apply this program.

Dr. David Bradford is the Eugene O’Kelly II Senior Lecturer Emeritus in Leadership at the Stanford Graduate School of Business. His research interests have led to six books, numerous articles, three training programs and a MOOC on leadership, team performance, and the influence process. He also has consulted and conducted executive programs for a variety of organizations in the for-profit and not-for-profit sectors, including Hewlett-Packard, IBM, Cisco Systems, Levi Strauss & Co., Roche Pharmaceutical, Raychem, and the Whitney Museum of American Art.

To register, please fill in the form by June 20th: