How to Build Exceptional Relationships

Carole Robin

75 minutes with Q&A


27 April 2022





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About the TOPIC

Positive relationships are immensely important in helping you to grow as a human being and achieve personal and professional success. Forming these relationships can sometimes feel like an uphill climb. However, with the right mindset and a few techniques, you can learn how to build your relationships and move them from shallow, to exceptional.

For over 20 years, Carole Robin PhD taught the Interpersonal Dynamics course at the prestigious Stanford Business school. This signature course, affectionately known as “Touchy Feely” by MBA students at the school, teaches them how to build more productive, professional relationships

In order to increase access to the tools taught as part of this course, Carole co-authored a book with her fellow lecturer David Bradford. The book, Connect: Building Exceptional Relationships with Family, Friends and Colleagues, distils the concepts of the Interpersonal Dynamics course. Through research-backed insights coupled with relatable scenarios, Carole and David share the knowledge of a combined 75 years of teaching business students and corporate executives how to improve their existing relationships and build new ones.

In this Masterclass, Carole takes us through the concepts included in their book as well as the touchy-feely course that has helped thousands of professionals. Join us as we deep dive into how we can build the type of relationships in which we feel fully understood and supported for who we are. By building this kind of relationship, we are able to form meaningful connections with our colleagues and other professionals, giving us the opportunity to collaborate towards achieving our goals and aspirations.

Prepare for this informative session by reading Carole’s book and putting together any questions that you may have. We will have an intimate and open discussion on how best we can grow our relationships.

Register now for this exceptional Masterclass powered by The ROOM and gain the power to supercharge your relationships.

About the Instructor

Carole Robin

Carole Robin, Ph.D. who taught the legendary Interpersonal Dynamics (affectionately known by students as “Touchy Feely”) course at the Stanford Graduate School of Business was the Dorothy J. King Lecturer in Leadership, Director of the Arbuckle Leadership Fellows Program, and Director of the Stanford Interpersonal Dynamics Programs for High Performing Executives (Executive Program) and winner of the Distinguished Teaching Award before co-founding Leaders in Tech, which brings the principles and process of “Touchy Feely” to executives in Silicon Valley.

Prior to coming to Stanford, she had careers in sales and marketing management and was a partner in two consulting firms. She is the co-author of the highly acclaimed and award winning book, Connect: Building Exceptional Relationships with Family, Friends and Colleagues which contains the lessons of “Touchy Feely” that thousands of students have consistently described for decades as life changing and worth the price of their MBA. She lives in San Francisco, California, with her husband of 36 years.

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