A number of workshops have now been added to the PG Researcher Development Programme for 2015. Highlights include:
- Peer Mentoring Training
- Imposter Syndrome
- Managing Pressure Positively
- Developing Researcher Networks
- Brand new to the Programme – Saying No Positively
To register for these and many more workshops, please log on to myBU Graduate School PGR Community and click on Programme of PG Researcher Development Workshops
Are you involved in mentoring within your School – or would you like to be?
Many people find themselves with this role and sometimes feel unprepared as if they are “making it up” as they go along. Being involved as a Mentor can be one of the more satisfying aspects being a PGR and also provide you with valuable skills and insights to apply to your own career development.
Mentoring can provide practical tools enabling you to get the best out of people – starting with yourself – and this experience can contribute to building your CV.
At the end of this session participants will
- Be clear about the roles and responsibilities of being a mentor
- Be clear about the support available to you as Mentor
- Have verbal and non-verbal skills to build rapport
You have a choice of two dates:
Monday 4th March 2013 – 2 pm – 5 pm – PG146 – Thomas Hardy Suite – Poole House, Talbot OR
Tuesday 5th March 2013 – 9.30 am – 12.30 pm – EB202 – Executive Business Centre – Lansdowne
Numbers are restricted, so book early to avoid disappointment! Email your preferred date to: email@example.com