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COMPLETED (See New Date in EVENTS) ENABLING INTERDISCIPLINARY AND TEAM SCIENCE: A PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM

ENABLING INTERDISCIPLINARY AND TEAM SCIENCE: A PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM

Offered through a partnership with the American Institute of Biological Sciences (AIBS) and M. Kathleen Joyce & Associates

Workshops scheduled in Washington DC (next one March 14-15, 2017), or onsite at your location.

This intensive, two-day, interactive, professional development course was developed by scientists and experts on collaboration and teamwork to provide participants with the knowledge and skills required to become productive and effective members of scientific teams.

Nothing teaches collaboration like practicing collaboration. This is not a course that asks you to learn in isolation. It is a microcosm of scientific collaboration, with extensive hands-on learning as part of a scientific team.

Participants will develop and hone the skills needed to:

  • Engage in collaborative scientific ventures
  • Eliminate barriers to effective team science
  • Execute the factors that make collaborations successful
  • Build the right scientific team
  • Perform with a variety of personalities and work approaches
  • Create a team roadmap
  • Enact the five keys to leadership
  • Develop effective communication strategies and techniques
  • Facilitate scientific collaborations
  • Apply practical solutions for team science concerns
A course outline is available at https://www.aibs.org/events/team_science_event.html.



Monday, February 27, 2017

Robert Gropp PhD

Washington, DC, or your team location

March 14-15, 2017 (and ongoing)

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