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Motivation, effectiveness and performance. How young researchers and supervisors can survive the impacts of COVID.
Halleux, Isabelle
2021
 

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Keywords :
PhD; HRS4R
Abstract :
[en] Duration of Covid Time shows that isolation and motivation are problematic, whatever the level of researchers. For non permanent researchers, ie doctoral candidates (R1) or young post-docs (R2), time is running. Supervisors (R3-R4) found it was hard to keep their team motivated, effective and performant. Based on researchers' feedback on their needs, ULiege created "Rebooting research" and "Zen-thesis", two training packages based on a joint approach of well-being and improvement of professional skills. From Nov. 2020 to May 2021, 432 researchers registered to the seminars (mix of on-line and on-site training). Coherence is the leading word regarding benefits for researchers and the organisation. This invites ULiege to continue to support what is finally a general question to be addressed for any career development plan. The Training Team showed its ability to switch from flexibility to agility, by mobilising their collective intelligence, creating impact and involving the whole scientific community in the dynamics.
Disciplines :
Human resources management
Education & instruction
Author, co-author :
Halleux, Isabelle ;  Université de Liège - ULiège > R&D : Direction
Language :
English
Title :
Motivation, effectiveness and performance. How young researchers and supervisors can survive the impacts of COVID.
Publication date :
21 May 2021
Name of the research project :
HRS4R - Vers une Recherche d’Excellence Inclusive
Funders :
FWB - Fédération Wallonie-Bruxelles [BE]
Commentary :
Zen-Thesis Summer/Winter schools, in French or in English, will be offered to researchers in the next future. Participation is free of fees.
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