April 7, 2020
7:00 am / 8:30 am
ASSERTIVENESS FOR SCIENTISTS: HOW TO ASK FOR WHAT YOU NEED IN THE LAB AND IN LIFE
WORKSHOP/SEMINAR: LEADERSHIP – PERSONAL/GROUP INTERACTIONS; PERSONAL DEVELOPMENT
ONLINE (link sent to registrants)
Apr 07, 2020 10:00 am – 11:30 pm
Speaker(s): Anne Kirchgessner, Career Counselor, OITE
This event is recommended for: Postbacs; Graduate Students; Postdocs/Fellows.
Do you have a suggestion for improving efficiency in your lab but lack the confidence to bring it to the attention of your PI? Do you need additional resources for your experiments or time off for an important family activity but don’t know how to ask? Are you afraid to mention the fact that you are having major difficulty dealing with one of your lab mates?
This session will help you to explore strategies for communicating your needs in a variety of situations. Learn how to be more assertive, to speak up for yourself, and how to decide when to speak up and when not to.
A zoom link will be provided to those who register.
Attendance is limited to 30 trainees. Please e-mail Anne Kirchgessner if you have additional questions.
- Event registration is limited to the following NIH user types: Graduate Students, Postbacs and Postdocs/Fellows. Please Log in to register.
To request sign language interpreters or CART Services, you can contact NIH Interpreting Services by phone at 301-402-8180 or by using the Federal Relay Service at 1-800-877-8339, or by submitting a request online. If you have other, disability-related accommodation requests for this event, please contact Dr. Laura Marler at OITE-EventServices@od.nih.gov. Requests should be made at least 5 days in advance of the Event.