Writing Your CV

COVID19 has impacted us all in many ways. For some, it has meant a shift in research focus. Our workload has increased. Funding has increased. It’s a case of all hands on deck. However, for most work has shifted. So you might think it is time to find a new job, or perhaps you just […]

When You’re a Hammer, Everything Looks Like a Nail

Just like everything looks like a nail if you are a hammer, your PhD appears academic when all of your skills are presented in that context. Similarly, people in other sectors will have the same problem. They’ll see how their skills are specific to their sector.

CV Writing for ECRs

COVID19 has impacted us all in many ways. For some, it has meant a shift in research focus. Our workload has increased. Funding has increased. It’s a case of all hands on deck. However, for most, work has shifted from in the office to at home. And, although research and its administration can be undertaken […]

Social media for researchers – LinkedIn

LinkedIn is the only social media network dedicated to work-related activities. As such, it has a unique place for academics in connecting with industry. In this webinar I’ll go through why you might use LinkedIn and the things to do to get the most of out it as an academic. This is a FREE event, […]

Preparing for life beyond your PhD – applying for jobs

According to research from the UK, 2/3 of final year PhD students are unclear on what they want to do after their PhD. And about 1/3 (30%) of PhD graduates would not do the their PhD again. In this webinar we’ll take a look at the academic and non-academic job application process and some of […]

Write that thesis/paper/blog/grant

Prolific writing is essential to success as an academic. And it is also likely necessary for success in any career beyond your PhD. In this webinar I’ll go through some of the things you can do to improve your writing. I’ll also look at some techniques you can use to help get more written on […]