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Dr Katy R Mahoney
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Dr Katy R Mahoney 15h
Another amazing team - and another great team 📸, you really are the selfie expert. Have a great time.
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Dr Katy R Mahoney Jul 15
Today we learned that ethics can messy, disconnected and fragile. We also learned it can be connectable and strong.
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Mary Jane Jul 15
Lots of good discussions and ideas coming from today's lunch and learn workshop. With at
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Mary Jane Jul 15
Our workshop is underway. Our guest speaker is giving us a recap on
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Dr Katy R Mahoney Jul 15
Today we are unpacking the meaning of ethics and science education in responsible research and innovation with . If you can't make it but want to know more take a look at to get started.
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Dr Katy R Mahoney Jul 11
Replying to @KFenbyHulse
Congratulations, exciting news and the start of a wonderful adventure. 🎉
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Taylor & Francis Research Insights Jul 8
In our latest 15-minute podcast with we get expert advice from on how to & utilize social media to get the most out of your experience 🤝📲 Find out more & listen here ▶️
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I Am SciComm Jul 5
Good evening, weekend twitter! We talk for today! Starting with a question: Do you express artistically your ? Do you look for a scientific aspect of your art? How/what medium do you use and what does it give you?
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Vitae Jul 5
. has produced a great round-up of the 6 UK research related Concordats & let us share it - thanks Kieran
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Dr Katy R Mahoney Jul 5
Replying to @waeades
Congratulations this is an amazing achievement. Enjoy your special day tomorrow.
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Dr Katy R Mahoney Jul 1
Has youur defence mechanism prevented you from being productive recently? If I'm honest today has certainly been ambushed by my anti-superpower (AKA when your superpower goes bad.) helps to explain more in this article.
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Dr Katy R Mahoney Jun 28
A4: My most favourite question is "I know you don't know - but what if you did know?" My most stuck coachee who came to a session 'totally stuck' immediately offered a list potential options and left feeling empowered to take action
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Emma Gillaspy Jun 28
Replying to @researchercoach
Language is really powerful isn't it! There's a really interesting study looking at the use of don't vs can't and how that affects our behaviour eg I don't eat ice cream vs I can't eat ice cream. See here for more:
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Gareth Hill Jun 28
This is a good TED talk that I use with students
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Dee-Ann Johnson Jun 28
Great tip - have now written that on my office whiteboard!
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Dr Katy R Mahoney Jun 28
A4: Review, Reflect, Review and Reflect more and then next steps to build on learning. We have a role making sure that our coachees who have been brave to have a 'fail' experience supported to recognise what they have learnt - or else it is lost.
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Dr Katy R Mahoney Jun 28
I recently heard the phrase FAIL aka First Attempt In Learning I encourage anyone with a fear of failing to reframe
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Dr Katy R Mahoney Jun 28
or when they said 'so I guess the next question you are going to ask is...' (often a much better and to the point question you could ever think of)
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Dr Katy R Mahoney Jun 28
A2: I use could alot now. Instead of what should I do/you do I rephrase to could. My could list is now a place of potential growth and not of guilt that I have a thousand things I should be doing.
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Dr Katy R Mahoney Jun 28
A1 I like 2 challenge a fixedmindset with Qs like what if that wasn't true? What is the opposite of what you have just said? then encourage them 2 explore alternative. They don't have 2 believe it yet-just entertain the poss of a different way of thinking
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