Featured Speaker: Hugh Kearns, PhD, Flinders University, Adelaide, Australia (Speaker Bio)
As a researcher you probably know you should plan your research career and you probably do have some ideas of what you would like to achieve in the future. But you probably haven’t taken some dedicated time to work out what you should either 1) be achieving or 2) would like to be achieving. This workshop will give the thinking time and tools to put together a realistic and achievable plan for your research career over the next 3-5 years. We will also work backwards to where you are currently and help you to set goals for shorter term achievements.
Workshop topics include:
-the keys to successful goal setting and goal achievement
-how to plan in the long term and work backwards to the here and now
-how to ensure you get some research outputs soon.
-managing your time in a busy research environment
-using the team (or others) to increase publication productivity