Elite athletes have coaches.
So do musicians.
Not to mention those people aspiring to be great musicians, artists or athletes.
Yet, elite thinkers (academics) and elite thinkers in training (PhD students)
are not privy to the advantages of coaching.
However, this could all be about to change for you!
Because a PhD was not meant to be this hard, this emotional, this taxing. Yet, undertaking a PhD is challenging, fulfilling, exciting, rewarding and inspiring – all in one day! I work with small groups of PhD students who are keen to develop and grow beyond their PhD.
You’ve joined the 1% of PhD graduates who become Professors but now what? What will be your legacy? How can you make that happen? I help established researchers answer these questions and more.
Transition from Academia
With one in one-hundred PhD graduates staying in academia, the transition out is common. Yet, the only advice we tend to get is from academics who are still in academia. I work with individuals (at any stage of their career) to identify transferable skills and job opportunities to smoothly transition from academia.
Early Career Researchers
You joined for the challenge and have stayed for the experience. But now what? 50% of your PhD colleague have left. What about you? I work with ECRs to help them answer the question what next? and then make it happen.
So much of the PhD is “learn on the job”. But it doesn’t have to be that way. By joining a group coaching program, you can learn and progress with other PhD students. Find out what is “normal” what is “acceptable” and how to improve your PhD.
You’ve been in the game for a while. You’ve won your fare share of grants – maybe more. You’ve published a few papers. You’ve stayed in academia when your peers left.
There’s something missing. You’re not sure what.
Maybe it is taking your research to that next level – becoming fully independent?
If you’d like to work with me, to I’d love to hear more about you.
Leaving academia is one of the hardest decisions to make and subsequent actions to take. Unlike many other careers, academic research draws people in for reasons of passion, purpose and feeling. Yet, success is measured in grants and publications. You can be an awesome researcher, but not great at grant writing or not great at English (most journals are written in English) and your career will suffer.