Career Adventurers

I was commissioned by a university’s physical sciences and engineering faculty to deliver my 2-day Shaping The Future Together programme to two groups of doctoral researchers as part of a career readiness initiative.

Diverse Disciplines

Both programmes brought together talented researchers from 9 discipline areas; chemical and process engineering, chemistry, civil and environmental engineering, computer science, electrical and electronic engineering, environment and sustainability, maths, mechanical engineering, physics.

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Innovating Your Career

Inspired to Take Action

Over the years I’ve met and worked with many talented people at different stages of their careers.  What often unites them is their challenge to recognise their value and the impact they’ve made and can make.

This comes even more sharply in to focus with people at the beginning of their careers which set me thinking.  Without a sense of your own value how can you find and create career opportunities; how can you confidently engage with employers?

The digital world is full of information; the real world has many people providing career support.  Despite this I knew something was missing and an idea began to evolve.

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Future Leaders

I was re-engaged by a large science consortium to help them invest in the enterprise, innovation and collaborative skills of their science researcher members.  My brief was to design and deliver an interactive, commercially-focused programme.

A Powerful Mix

When STEM (Science . Technology . Engineering . Maths) meets commerce a powerful combination results.  Global challenges are solved, opportunities are created, creativity and ideas bring innovation.

Drawing on my own experiences of going from industrial chemist to business woman; of moving from corporate to independent, I created a bespoke 8-month programme.

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