Develop your Communication Skills: It's How You Tell Them!

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Develop your Communication Skills:
it's how you tell them

Madrid, May 29-31, 2018


The faculty of Develop your Communication Skills program is made up of professionals who are involved not only in teaching but in research and the business world. This program’s team comprises:
    Yago de la Cierva
    Lecturer of Managing People in Organizations
    Doctor in Philosophy, University of Navarra
    Degree in Law, Universidad de Santiago de Compostela

    After his graduation in Law, Yago de la Cierva has dedicated all his professional life to the four branches of communications: journalism (he founded and directed the international TV news agency ROMEreports), corporate communication, university teaching and as a crisis consultant, with particular emphasis in educational institutions.
    Conor Neill
    Lecturer of Managing People in Organizations
    Master in Business Administration, IESE Business School, Spain
    BSc Artificial Intelligence and Psychology, University of Nottingham

    Conor Neill is the owner and manager of four businesses. Prior to starting his companies, Conor helped business leaders drive change in their organizations as the manager of Accenture’s Change Management division. Conor serves as the president of the Spanish chapter of Entrepreneurs Organization. He also maintains a very active blog called The Rhetorical Journey aimed at helping professionals become confident and effective speakers.
    Maty Tchey
    External Collaborator

    Maty Tchey has over 28 years of experience as a professor in areas such as communication techniques, the art of rethoric, public relations and business protocol for both private and public sector institutions at a European level. She has been a judge for the National League of University Rethoric and Debate since 2005 and has developed a unique method of efficient communication in this field. She has also written several books and is a regular columnist in related journals.


IESE Madrid
Executive Education