viernes 8 de marzo de 2019

The Intervals spring and summer courses are now open!

The Intervals spring and summer courses are now open. Leadership, presentations, creativity… don’t miss the opportunity to improve your skills in a wide range of fields! Have a look at the programme and sign up before it’s too late:

 

INTERPERSONAL SKILLS  - Building relationships

Leading for success in science

Improve your leadership skills: learn how to communicate, motivate and get the most of your team. New principal investigators (within 5 years of taking up PI position) are given priority.

Edition co-funded by the Intervals programme with BIST and CRG. Places will be shared between participants from the three funding centres.

With HFP Consulting.  9th – 11th July. More information and to register here.

 

Negotiating with confidence, inside or outside science

Hone your negotiation skills, learn to build a trusting relationship with others, and achieve any goal you have!

With Eric May. 21st May. More information and to register here.  

 

SYSTEMS SKILLS  - Relating to the system beyond the workplace

Speaking:

Elevator pitch – the science of concise communication  

Tools to deliver a short but memorable and convincing message.

With Reimund Fickert. 7th May. More information and to register here

 

Explaining your research to ANYONE - inside or outside science

Learn techniques to explain complex aspects of your research to different types of audiences so they can understand better what you do, what it means and why it should be funded.

With Eric May. 21st May. More information and to register here  

 

Say it so it stays: oral presentation skills for scientists
A great scientific presentation has the power to inspire, inform and innovate. Yet the majority are mundane, boring or unintelligible. In this intensive, interactive workshop you will learn how to make your presentations stand out from the crowd.

With Elinor Thompson.4th, 8th & 9th July. More information and to register here

 

Writing:

How to write a scientific article
Become familiar with the process of writing scientific articles for publication and learn tools for improving the quality of your writing.
Course organised between Intervals and CÍCLIKS programme.

With Susan Frekko. 19th, 26th June, 3rd and 10th July. More information and to register here

 

Careers:

Job opportunities in science related sectors  

Explore the different career options you have after finishing your PhD or postdoc.

With Reimund Fickert. 18th June. More information and to register here 

 

SELF SKILLS  - personal mastery, emotional intelligence, thinking skills

Personal mastery & emotional intelligence:

Peer mentoring in Biomedicine – Postdocs

Time to reflect, give and receive support on professional issues with colleagues in a similar career stage. The first 3 meetings of the group will be led by a facilitator.

With Louise Schubert. 9th April, 14th May & 11th June. More information and to register here   

 

Time management in science: how to get the best out of your day

Discover alternative approaches to the management of your time and energy to help you obtain greater efficiency and enjoyment of life.

With Louise Schubert. 6th & 13th June. More information and to register here 

  

Mindfulness – a taster for science professionals

A taster experience of mindfulness, a practice that can help you improve your self-mastery and reduce stress.

With Andrés Martín & Amy Holden 29th May & 5th June. More information and to register here  

 

Thinking creatively and critically:

Kinaesthetics for cognitive agility - Dance your science   New course!

Expand your habitual ways of thinking, enhance your body language awareness and explore new ways of communicating your science. An excellent opportunity to foster your creative side!

With Leo Zunda. 10th & 14th May. More information and to register here

 

The science of the unexpected: improvisation for scientists

Learn the basics of improvisation that will help you to respond with clarity and vividness to unexpected speaking challenges in science.

With Harris Gordon. 27th June. More information and to register here

 

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