Researcher Skills Workshop

Dies ist ein vergangenes Event

23 Personen haben teilgenommen

FlixBus DACH GmbH

Karl-Liebknecht-Str. 33 · Berlin

Wie du uns findest

We're at FlixBus on the 4th floor at Karl-Liebknecht-Str. 33

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This is a special edition of ResearchOps Berlin as we're organizing the Berlin version of the global ResearchSkills workshop - from the ResearchOps community and for the ResearchOps Community.

Are you a dedicated user researcher or dealing with research on regular basis within your organization? Then this event is meant for you! The Researcher Skills Workshop has been shaped by the ResearchOps community, as a frame to reflect on your skills, on your career path and on your future opportunities.

:: Who should attend ::

The workshop is open to anyone with hands-on experience doing research. Please note: This is not a workshops where we teach methods or skills. Participants without professional research experience will be unable to complete some of the activities and have a hard time getting into the materials, which start by reflecting on specific working experiences, and creating productive discussion about the work.
We're recommending everyone who attends has > 3 months in the role of a researcher, or has been working on > 3 research projects in a related role. The workshop will be held in English and is free of charge. We will provide the workshop material. No hardware is required. Feel free though to bring your own pencils.

:: Your hosts ::

FlixBus is again hosting us and sponsoring drinks and pizza. Thank you!
Your moderators will be Carolina, Luky, Carina, Nikki, Anne and Judith, with Lisa supporting in the back.

:: Agenda ::

6:00 pm Opening with food and drinks
6:30 pm Intro & Group Building
6:45 pm Perspectives, Challenges and Growth Opportunities
7:45 pm Break
8:00 pm Rate & Reflect, Build your own Career Map
9:00 pm Introspection & Sharing
9:15 pm End of Workshop

Please keep your RSVP updated as we only have a limited amount of spots.

Here's more about the workshop and the idea behind it and the ResearchOps community: