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Dr Katy R Mahoney
Working with researchers like you to maintain focus when everything around you is changing. Focus | Confidence | Success.
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Dr Katy R Mahoney Aug 4
Sometimes it's so easy to get distracted. Asking what will I do & then promising you will do this one thing for a set number of minutes gives you permission to say no to all the others things that pop into your mind. If you are worried you will forget them write them on a post-it
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Dr Katy R Mahoney Aug 3
Replying to @KFenbyHulse
The certainly did, and does that mean you can count us as part of your impact??!
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Dr Katy R Mahoney Aug 3
Replying to @KFenbyHulse
I have just shared this with my students to think about other ways to present your research (with impact). Their take home was it is so important to be authentic when presenting.
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Dr Katy R Mahoney Aug 3
Fantastic Top Tips here from the wonderful . Student or supervisor, working through these suggestions will help keep supervision helpful and fruitful. Thanks for sharing.
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Dr Katy R Mahoney Jul 31
During Lockdown I took the opportunity to attend this course. It came at just the right time for me to take note of my own mental health and also to be confident to support others. Today my certificate and materials arrived 😁 thank you
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Dr Katy R Mahoney Jul 31
Replying to @warwickrssp
A great coaching questions answered. What one thing are you putting up with? What would the positive impact of dealing with that for you? So, What's stopping you dealing with it? How could you over come that? So, what will you do? When?
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Dr Katy R Mahoney Jul 31
Thanks for all your thoughts and comments today. If you would like to suggest a theme or topic for our next Tweetchat please post them with the hashtag . Have a great day.
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Dr Katy R Mahoney Jul 31
Replying to @NtuTilt
Excellent, thanks for sharing.
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Dr Katy R Mahoney Jul 31
Replying to @researchercoach
For me this is making the decision to create a more permanent 'greenscreen' to allow me to use the full potential of online delivery - now that B&Q is open!
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Dr Katy R Mahoney Jul 31
Q3: This has been helpful in identifying what I did as a temporary fix and what I now need to make permanent.
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Dr Katy R Mahoney Jul 31
Q3: We can make changes, that the things we were told are not possible are. We might have to be willing to let go of what we did in the past. For me that is the hard part too. .
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Dr Katy R Mahoney Jul 31
Q2: Moving from Should to Could. Packing the laptop away or at least closing work programmes means you are back in control. You could work - but you choose wellbeing.
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Warwick Researcher Development Jul 31
Twitter chat - Preparing for the new normal... Q3. What are your hopes for the new normal of the future? Don’t forget the hashtag @warwickpgrs
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Dr Katy R Mahoney Jul 31
Q1: I agree learning new skills fast has been incredibly stressful but also so rewarding. I have been pushed in to my learning stretch zone and now I am here I ask why didn't I do this earlier? I have also felt part of a community learning together. .
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Dr Katy R Mahoney Jul 31
Replying to @warwickrssp
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Dr Katy R Mahoney Jul 31
Replying to @warwickrssp
Q2 So in a way it has allowed a wellbeing reset?
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Dr Katy R Mahoney Jul 31
Q2: It has taken sometime to get in to this new routine, but now I have a method and on a day to day basis know what I need to do I am less anxious. What about you? What have you learned?
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Warwick Researcher Development Jul 31
Twitter chat - Preparing for the new normal... Q2 How are you dealing with the new normal now? Don’t forget the hashtag @warwickpgrs
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Dr Katy R Mahoney Jul 31
. I am hosting the chat today.
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Dr Katy R Mahoney Jul 31
Q1 working with people who would normally not have access to researcher development has been a real joy and silver lining to this pandemic, we have been pushed to do things that were always possible.
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