Workshop: "Navigating a successful research career"

Date

2017年12月12日 (火) 9:00

Location

B210 - Ctr Bldg

Description

Target Audience: OIST Researchers

Session format: Interactive workshop

Speaker: Dr Kerstin Fritsches, Managing Director and Head Trainer of PostdocTraining, Australia​

Discussion point:

  • selecting a pathway that best suits your strengths and preferences
  • designing and executing job search strategy
  • building a network of contacts and mentors who can actively support your career choices
  • understanding the core skills and experience that employers most value

Learning objectives: 

    By the end of this session participants will be able to...

  • understand how to selec a career path based on your strengths and preferences
  • plan a job exploration strategy and build a strong network
  • identify a set of specific, practical actions to strengthen your profile and give you a potentially crucial edge in applications and interviews

REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED. Spaces are limited to 25 participants.

Registration deadline: December 8, 2017

TO REGISTER for THE WORKSHOP CLICK HERE

TO REGISTER for MENTORING SESSIONS with DR. FRITSCHES CLICK HERE

About the Speaker:

Dr. Kerstin Fritsches is a former research fellow with first-hand experience of the challenges facing early career researchers and a strong track record in postdoc affairs and career development. A lack of effective career training for PhDs led Kerstin to found PostdocTraining in 2011, to bridge a gap in professional development by delivering support tailored specifically for PhD students and postdocs. 

PostdocTraining delivers career development support and mentoring for researchers worldwide and Kerstin has become a sought-after workshop facilitator on topics such as career planning and research leadership in both Europe and Australia.

 

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Intra-Group Category


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