Personal and Professional Effectiveness (part 1)

We offer a range of courses on how to build your personal and professional effectiveness:PersProfEffectiveness_1

For more personal and professional effectiveness workshops see part 2

 

What is my personal work style? – Understanding your preferred approach to work in both research and other work environments

The What is my personal work style? session focuses on how we prefer to take in and process information in the context of our research and other work, and how this affects our interactions with other people.

 Working Effectively with Others - Understanding your preferred approach to working with other people

The Working Effectively with Others session focuses on our preferences for engaging with other people in the context of our research and other work, and how this influences our success.

 Working Effectively in Teams

At work, be it research or other contexts, there are a wide range of communication styles, strategies and techniques.The Working Effectively in Teams session discusses a range of systems used to communicate in the context of verbal, non-verbal and written communication.

Building and Understanding your Transferable Skills

The Building and Understanding your Transferable Skills session provides participants with an appreciation of the transferable skills to be gained in the course of the research degree, and an opportunity to develop understanding of the skills required by employers in a range of employment sectors.

Writing Successful CVs and Job Applications

The Writing Successful CVs and Job Applications session explores the key elements of developing effective CVs and job application forms. Hints and tips are provided on how best to present information to successfully meet the applicant criteria employers are seeking.

How to Succeed at Employment Interviews

The How to Succeed at Employment Interviews session will enable you to present your academic and transferable skills to best effect in interviews and other selection processes. You will explore how to perform at your best in interviews and assessment centres.

Coping with Stress in Research and the Workplace

The Coping with Stress in Research and the Workplace session looks at the sources of stress faced by researchers and explores ways of coping with them. You will be introduced to some tools and techniques that you can use to prevent stress, mediate its impact, and overcome its effects.

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Research Essentials Online

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Explore a suite of interactive resources and live discussions at Research Essentials Online.

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