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GPCB502 - Skills for Success in a Professional Environment

In this workshop, participants are introduced to some of the soft skills that are essential to any career, academic or not. In particular, they learn about effective workplace productivity techniques, strategies for working collaboratively and individually, and tips to improve and apply their professional skill set.

Learning Objectives

• Understand the importance of soft skills for fostering positive collaboration
• Recognize the importance of emotional intelligence for leadership endeavors
• Identify strategies for effectively managing time.

Leaders Information

This workshop is led by Liz Siciliani. Elizabeth is a 1st year Master of Science student at McGill University’s Institute of Parasitology. She works for Teaching and Learning Services of McGill as a Student Skills Assistant, facilitating and developing workshops and webinars that aim to help students achieve their academic and non-academic goals. Elizabeth did her undergraduate in the Honours Life Science program at Macdonald Campus of McGill, where she indulged herself early on in the world of research. She will speak to her experiences in navigating a professional environment, and how to stand out and succeed!

This workshop is not scheduled at this time.
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