Monday, 17 October 2016

Strategic Researcher Sessions & Turbo charge your publications, 28 Oct and 14 Nov

We are delighted to have Dr Maria Gardiner (Thinkwell) present the highly sought after Strategic Researcher sessions and Turbocharge your Publications workshops at the Hudson Institute.
Dr Maria Gardiner BA (Hons) MPsych (Clinical) PhD is a leading coach, psychologist and researcher. She has worked with many of Australia's academic and medical leaders over the last fifteen years. She particularly specialises in the psychology of high performance and works with leading research groups at universities around Australia.

The Strategic Researcher workshop Fri 28 Oct & Mon 14 Nov  (2 sessions: Staff only – 35 max) will look at:
·        managing your time in a busy research environment
·        publishing strategically
·        using the team (or others) to increase publication productivity
·        keeping track of publications to increase motivation and accountability
·        managing your publication “resources” for maximum output
·        attributes of a successful (and highly productive) research leader/team
3rd session Turbocharge Your Publications Mon 14 Nov (Staff & PhD Students – unlimited no’s)
This workshop will help you to understand:
·        why it can be hard to get started
·        how we deliberately use distractions to slow down writing
·        the principles of quick starting
·        why snack writing is generally more productive than binge writing
·        how to deal with the internal committee that slows down writing
·        how to set achievable goals by writing in a silo
·        how to double (or more) the number of actual words you produce
·        how to clarify your thinking and improve the quality of your work

Limited places are available so please see below link to reserve your places:
Friday 28 October Strategic Researcher Session 1 (9am-12pm) Staff Only
Monday 14 November Strategic Researcher Session 2 (9am-12pm) Staff Only
Monday 14 November Turbocharge your publications (1pm-4pm) Staff& PhD Students

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