How to succeed by developing the habits of super productive researchers
What will you learn?
- The importance of being mentally fit and staying positive
- The changes you need to make to become more productive
- Staying organized and devoid of clutter for better focus
- Understanding the role of routine in developing good habits
- Soft skills required to become a successful researcher
- How these traits combine to make you an exemplary researcher
As we aspire to become who we admire, the most effective researchers will tell you that success does not come easily for everyone. While the obvious traits of an exceptional IQ and drive for success are important, it is equally important to have those ‘extra ingredients’ needed for the typical researcher to transition into a super-successful researcher.
In this engaging program, you will learn what these traits are and how they can help you shift-gears and move your career closer to the point where your productivity will be interpreted as ‘exemplary’! Dr. Mcloughlin collates observations from his 30+ years in the publishing industry and shares useful hints, practical tips, important pointers, and expert advice to help you develop the most productive habits and traits for a successful life and career. By the end of this program, you will have the compass and directions to forge your own path to a successful and highly productive research career.
What topics will you cover?
Lecture 1: 10 qualities that will make you more focused but require no extra talent
Lecture 2: 15 traits that will make you a more productive researcher
Prof Caven Mcloughlin, PhD, is Professor at Kent State University, Ohio, USA. A qualified school psychologist, Prof. Caven’s works at Ohio’s largest school psychology preparation program and instructs students in early childhood school psychology. He has been a special education classroom teacher and administrator as well as a school counselor. For over 25 years, he has been conducting federally funded training programs for interdisciplinary leadership personnel who work with toddlers, infants, and newborns. Prof. Caven is also a Fulbright Specialist, and travels to different parts of the world to conduct informative and instructive workshops on academic publishing. He is a prolific researcher and has published over 100 research papers and chapters as well as written, edited, or contributed to 10 books. He is the Editor of the Sage journal School Psychology International.Prof. Caven has also contributed to the advanced learning track of the Editage Insights training course on peer reviewing, where he instructs new and experienced reviewers about the best way to review the methodology in a scientific manuscript. You might also be interested in reading his interview with Editage Insights where he shares timeless tips for researchers.