Helping women in science to stay and progress in their scientific fields
Are these the words you dread hearing, at any gathering, be it social or work related? Then come along to this practical 2h workshop!
PRESENTING GOOD PRACTICE
WOMEN IN SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING PRESENT A WORKSHOP FOR FEMALE PHD STUDENTS AND RESEARCH STAFF WITHIN THE STEMM FIELDS.
During the session you will discover and practice:
– How to prepare before an event / networking / a conversation?
– 4 Simple yet inspiring techniques to answer: “What do you do”?
– How to lead a conversation when networking that will help you build genuine professional relationships and open up opportunities without you asking them “What Do You Do?”
By the end of the session you will:
– Know how other people genuinely understand you and your work
– Know how to apply 4 different techniques on answering “What Do You Do?”
– Know how to start, deepen and steer a conversation in order to open up potential opportunities
– Know how to make the most of each event or conversation you have in the future
– Feel more confident about your work and how you speak about it This training is only 10% theory and 90% practice!
Bring a pen and notebook and be prepared to apply the techniques during this session and leave confident about talking to people about your work and opening up new opportunities for your career.
This session is delivered by Adelina Chalmers, guest lecturer at Cambridge University, Judge Business School, who is a natural connector and an expert at transforming abstract information into engaging, memorable presentations.
WHEN: Friday, April 24th from 1:30pm to 3:30pm
WHERE: Arts One, Room 1.28 (Mile End Campus)
Attendance is strictly limited to 30 participants, therefore registration is essential and we’d appreciate if you cancel your place if you have booked and cannot make it to allow others to join the course.
BOOK CAPD COURSE RW213 ONLINE AT: http://goo.gl/oWS4iK