Melanie is the Researcher Development Lead at LJMU. A communication and facilitation specialist, she has led on the development of ACTivator, the University’s researcher development programme. With a background in psychology and individual and group development, she is a qualified Personal Coach with extensive experience of designing development interventions and facilitating groups and teams in a range of professional settings. A keen traveller (with a soft spot for the Hebridean Islands) Melanie enjoys walking, yoga and the Arts as well as whisky, weather and playing the banjo.
This workshop draws on aspects of LJMU’s ACTivator researcher development programme and the Erasmus + funded TRANSPEER international development programme. The academic environment involves frequent judgements, intense competition and multiple demands. Many researchers are increasingly reporting feeling overwhelmed, experiencing ‘imposter syndrome’ and other confidence ‘blockers’ which hinder performance and productivity. Subsequently, those who support researchers …
|Theme:||Culture, environment & people|
|Level:||Open to all|