The phases of skill development required to progress in this area are detailed to the left. Take your time to read through and see where you are currently at and where you would like to be.
Think Ahead - click here to go to the University's researcher portal
LMS - click here to go to the Unviersity's Learning Management System to find out courses on offer
DDP portal - click here to go to the University's PGR seminar registration system
Developing Professional Skills for Research Leadership - click here to go to an online learning resource available to enable further exploration and development of leadership skills.
'Think Ahead: 'Be better than boring bullet points'
DDP: 'Presenting Yourself and Data at Conferences' (MDN6002) -open to MDH, Engineering and Science Faculties only
DDP: 'Effective Presentation and Seminar Participation' (MED605) -open to MDH and Science Faculties only
DDP: 'Speaking Skills for Research Purposes' (ELT6060)-intended principally for students whose first language is not English
Activities to develop Communication Methods:
3 Minute Thesis Competition for PGR students to explain their thesis in 3 minutes to a non expert
The Kroto Research Inspiration Poster Competition aimed at Postgraduate or Early Career Researchers in a non academic position
Research Photography Competition open to staff and students
University of Sheffield Useful Guide Library
Developing Strong "People Skills"
|How to be a more engaging speaker||
Learning to Connect With Others One-On-One
|WordPress Essential Training||
WordPress powers millions of blogs and websites. Learn how to create your own with this powerful publishing platform
|Presenting at Conferences||
Bookboon - free downloadable book
|Communicating with Confidence||
Lynda.com course: Topics include: •Organizing your thoughts, •Speaking slowly, naturally, and confidently, •Breathing properly, •Using your body to reinforce speech, •Managing facial expressions,•Handling nervousness, •Integrating voice modulation, eye co
|Ready to Research resources||
Use of New Technologies in Dissemination and Publication.
Three Minute Thesis (3MT) 2013 QUT winner - Megan Pozzi