Are you a PhD student or academic? Do you want to know what’s next or what else is possible?
I help academic institutions and their staff be commercially smart about the application and implementation of their research ideas.
I’m an inspiring and engaging speaker (well my mum thinks so) who is passionate about making the most of your training beyond your PhD.
Every Wednesday from 1230 to 1315 (Melbourne, Australia Time), I run a free workshop on various topics aimed at PhD students, ECRs and established researchers.
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Want to work with me? Here’s what’s available:
- Writing your thesis in 15 weeks
- Writing your journal article in 12 weeks
- Social Media Mad – 12 months content in 12 weeks
- University Preparation Program
- 1:1 Coaching for 3 or 6 months
- 12 Months Group Coaching
- Social Media for Researchers – 1/2 day workshop 13 July 2021
- There are hundreds, if not thousands, of social media channels. All doing different things for different people. Now, you might be on several as an individual. Hootsuite data says each person has about 7 social media accounts; but does not differentiate that into accounts on different channels or several accounts on a smaller number of […]
- I’m part of a soccer team. And every year at exam time or report time or assignment time, people prioritise their study over soccer. Mainly training, but sometimes games too. When this message comes late (i.e., 5 pm, when training is at 7 pm) that’s annoying. But as a player, I think you’re doing yourself […]
- If you want your work to be read, downloaded, and cited, you MUST promote it. So, what are some of the best ways you’ve […]
- The un-official social media channel of choice for academics is Twitter. So, as a PhD student or ECR, if you’re not here you might […]
- Choosing a (new) social media channel? Here are 5 steps to help make a start: 1. Know your preferences. 2. Understand your goal. 3. […]
- There are all kinds of ways to write a thesis. And thus, there are all kinds of mistakes you can make in the process. […]
- Getting better at writing is one of the best ways to increase your research output. Yet, we spend very little time learning or practicing […]