Thu, 18 May|
Women in Research Webinar #20: Leading research teams for success
Time & Location
18 May, 11:00 am – 12:00 pm AWST
About the event
Leading a research team involves more than designing experiments and disseminating findings.
Leading a research team means supporting the careers and well-being of each individual in the team, whilst at the same time ensuring team members co-ordinate effectively to deliver outstanding research. Challenges can emerge such as differences in opinion about authorship, unequal distribution of work among team members, or the difficulty in aligning researchers who have diverse expertise and personalities.
Effective leadership is crucial to making high quality research happen. Whether it's your first time leading a research project, or if you are looking to expand your leadership impact, this upcoming webinar is for you. We will discuss what is a team, what sorts of leadership work best, and how you can ensure you maximise the success of your team.
Lead of the Women in Research initiative, ARC Laureate Fellow and John Curtin Distinguished Professor Sharon Parker (Curtin University), will share evidence-based strategies for leading research teams.
She will be joined by female ARC Laureate Fellows, Distinguished Professor Anne Castles (Macquarie University) and Scientia Professor Kaarin Antsey (UNSW) to share their valuable insights into establishing and leading successful research teams and centres.
We hope to see you online!
- Venue: Microsoft Teams webinar
- Cost: Free (Registration is essential)
- Eligibility: All women-identifying academics who engage in research as part of their role, Level A to Level E, across all disciplines and universities/research institutions