Supervising PhD Students: getting the skills for effective supervision
by Caroline Broad
May 18, 2:00PM – 5:00PM
May 20, 9:30AM – 12:30PM
This two-half day interactive training workshop will focus on your responsibilities as a PhD student supervisor. We will explore best practice and you will leave with a road map to how you will work with your students.
This workshop is also a good opportunity to meet other supervisors and share experience and best practice.
- Ensure you fulfil your obligations as a PhD supervisor
- Understanding the motivations and needs of your student, to best manage their progress
- Skills to deal with difficult conversations regarding research direction or output
- Effectively manage the time spent on supervising alongside your other responsibilities.
The workshop is open both to members of the BIST Community and supervisors coming from other research entities no-BIST members. The fee for participants from outside the BIST community is 80€.
Are you interested in participating in this workshop?
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Caroline Broad (Broad Associates Ltd)
Caroline gained her twenty years’ experience facilitating teams and delivering skills training with a focus on developing the skills of career researchers and University staff in STEM.
Caroline loves working with people who have a depth of knowledge and a passion for their work. She starts with the assumption that everyone is naturally resourceful and capable and delivers value by developing an individual’s self-awareness, alongside an introduction to tools and theories that are directly applicable to their roles.
Caroline is a certified practioner in Neuro Linguistic Programming (NLP) and Belbin Team Roles, is a Mental Health First Aider, C-Me profiling and Resilience Tools consultant.
Caroline facilitates an Action for Happiness Happy Café in her town and delivers the Exploring What Matters course focusing on wellbeing and resilience.
She owns a campervan called Nerys and loves traveling in Europe