Feedback is an essential element of mentorship. Or leadership, for the record. Without feedback, mentees, junior scientists and staff alike will most likely get the advice or the instructions you as their mentor and/or PI
Professional development courses for scientists worldwide
hfp consulting provides professional development workshops exclusively for the scientific community. Our mission is to help scientists grow and succeed by working with them to develop leadership and management skills, by fostering personal development, as well as by strengthening interpersonal competencies and communication skills.
We offer a wide range of training workshops exclusively for scientists. Participants of our workshops come from all career levels: PhD students, postdocs, technical staff, facility managers, young PIs, experienced group leaders and faculty heads.
We provide structured training programmes for H2020 Marie Skłodowska-Curie Innovative Training Networks (ITNs). The programme focuses on delivering transferable skills courses for the participating scientists and, at the same time, fulfilling the ITN evaluation criteria.
We have been giving workshops for the international scientific community since 2005. Our clients include many high profile universities and research institutions. Here are some client logos, participant testimonials and press articles about hfp consulting.
To achieve excellence in research, focusing on the greatest asset of an organisation – the human resources – is key. We are supporting research institutions and funding bodies with the implementation of the Human Resources Strategy for Researchers (HSR4R) charter and code of the European Commission. Our experience from long-standing collaborations with leading European research organisations can help you to catalyse the implementation and evolution of your action plan for the HSR4R award.
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