There is a clear need for additional training at all levels, but uncertainty remains as to how to deliver it all in a fair and systematic way.
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Part of being self-aware is recognizing where your strengths and weaknesses lie, and being able to fill those gaps on your team with those who will be both a good technical and cultural fit.
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Guest writer Sarah Masefield explains why she created the "How to Thrive and Survive in your PhD" project to help postgraduate researchers connect and help one another.
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Once you know what type of brand you are aiming for, you can identify the values that your team should embrace.
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This past year has accentuated issues that needed to have some light shone on them and we should be very careful not to push them back in the darkness.
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