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Group coaching workshop

Group Career Coaching Workshops,

WiSPP

This interactive coaching workshop is for the Women in Science Parkville Precinct (WiSPP) community with five of Australia’s largest medical research institutes:

which work together to advance research and translation by providing an environment that allows more women in science to lead and excel.

Navigating a career in academia is challenging and complex at the best of times; throw a global pandemic into the mix and these challenges are amplified.

These coaching workshops are designed to help you to uncover and celebrate your strengths, and to identify and better understand your challenges. Through a process of guided self-reflection you will develop essential skills and tools to navigate barriers surrounding career advancement at this challenging time.

More details about the event can be found here: Group Career Coaching Workshops with WiSPP

Group coaching workshop

Coaching workshop for Post-docs,

CNAG-CRG

This is an interactive joined coaching workshop for the Center for Genomic Regulation (CRG) and the National Centre of Genomic Analysis (CNAG) ranked 5 worldwide excellence journal rate research institutes.

Do you find that you are mainly focusing on producing scientific results and getting your work published? Most of you are facing uncertainty due to failures of experiments and disappointments due to rejection of articles or funding proposal. Your success and career progression are impacted by the level of confidence in your own skills and your beliefs.Do you have very little time to reflect on your strengths and limitations and explore your long-term careers objectives?

In this interactive coaching session, we will examine how you can use what you have under control to help yourself gain confidence and develop strategic thinking abilities to provide solutions focusing on your career advancement.

More details about the event can be found here: Group coaching workshop with CRG-CNAG

Conference Poster

Gender Roles and their Impact in Academia,

CNAG-CRG

This EMBL conference Gender Roles and their Impact in Academia focus on exploring our understanding of how gender roles may be shaped by biology and by social structures. Another objective is to assess how the progression of men and women in academic and related careers is influenced by the linkages between biology, society, and gender roles.

At present not only are workplace gender action plans being put in place to address the under-representation of women in research by supporting and advancing women’s careers through positive working environments and conditions, also initiatives exposing of women as role models are helping by significantly reducing the prevalence of stereotypes associated with jobs in science, for both women and men. While acknowledging the importance of these factors, we have been examining how to promote gender equality by identifying other individual factors that could contribute to women’s participation, achievement and progression.

As part of the Accelerated Leadership Program (WALPP MEL183) organised by Women & Leadership Australia, I conducted an international survey that I presented in a poster that reveals how academics are affected by theirs and others’ beliefs about their own confidence in their skills and abilities. Identifying such beliefs could contribute to academic success and career progression across all gender.

Group coaching workshop

Coaching workshop for international expatriates,

WiSPP

This interactive coaching workshop is for the Women in Science Parkville Precinct (WiSPP) community with five of Australia’s largest medical research institutes:

which work together to advance research and translation by providing an environment that allows more women in science to lead and excel.

Over the past three months, we have all faced unprecedented times of uncertainty but there are many unique challenges for international expatriates in our community. Being far from loved ones right now has been particularly challenging and some of you may also be concerned about the impacts on their short-term and long-term professional career.

This online workshop is designed to support international expatriates in our academic community and will enable you to identify strategies and resources to overcome the challenges during COVID-19. In this interactive coaching session, we will explore the professional and personal impacts that are occurring for you due to the pandemic, reflect on your own challenges and identify the resources you can use to manage those challenges and keep moving forward.

More details about the event can be found here: Group coaching workshop with WiSPP

Group coaching workshop

Strategies and resources to overcome the profesional challenges of COVID-19,

Gals Australia

In this interactive coaching workshop with the amazing community of Gals Australia we will explore how you can identify the professional implications that are occurring for you due to the pandemic and examine how you can help yourself to balance your priorities in these challenging times, to keep moving forward step by step.

More details about the event can be found here: Group coaching workshop with Gals Australia

Selected to participate in the

Impactful Innovator Entrepreneurship program,

Bright Arena

Thrilled to have been selected to participate in the Impactful Innovator Program for my Kintsugi Coaching business in a project supported by Bright Arena team and the Business Developemt team of the Walter and Eliza Hall Research Institute of Medical Sciencedesigned to help entrepreneurs develop the skills and strategies required to build towards impact!! So excited to participated in this wonderful program 🤓

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