PROMISE Alumna, Dr. Mileidy Gonzalez-Delgado (Ph.D., UMBC) of NIH’s Statistical Computational Biology Group is inviting you to attend this seminar at The Gaylord Hotel, on Wednesday, October 28, 2015. Dr. Gonzalez said in her invitation to the PROMISE audience, ” … the NIH office of Intramural training and Education (OITE) will be conducting a pre-event on management skills. Their seminars are some of the best I’ve heard.” We thank Dr. Gonzalez for sharing this information.
Management Training for Scientists
(a pre-conference event at the SACNAS meeting)
Management of people and resources is a key component to being successful as you move forward in your career. Staff from the NIH Office of Intramural Training & Education (OITE) have developed an introductory course to give PhD-level scientists and senior-level graduate students an overview of common management concepts that are not often taught in a research environment. The topics covered will be applicable to all sectors (academics, industry, non-profits, government, etc.). While best to attend the whole day, participants can come for the morning or afternoon sessions as a stand-alone topic.
October 28, 2015 – National Harbor
9:00 AM – 4:00 PM
Please register to attend
Self-awareness: The Key to Professional Success
Conflict, Feedback and Difficult Conversations
Supervisory, Mentoring and Advocacy Relationships in Work Environments
Participants will also be invited to participate in a few follow-up webinars to increase their management skills. These webinars will be scheduled in November and December and will discuss how to hire staff and also more on motivating your staff.
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