About this online workshop
This workshop will show the participants the importance of developing transferrable skills, such as a global mindset, innovation, and proactivity to succeed in their next career steps. These skills are highly valuable both inside and outside academia. The best organizations around the world are looking for talented individuals who, in addition of holding a PhD, have a skillset that make them the 360º professionals they are longing for their companies. Consequently, learning how to develop these skills is crucial for career success and employability.
It aims to provide an overview of the most valuable transferable skills for leading organizations and will provide attendees with tips, ideas, and tools to build a more international, innovative, and excellent profile.
‘Developing Transferrable skills during the PhD is key to career success and employability’ is one of the workshops organized as part of the COMPASS Conference: Transferable Skills for Research & Innovation. This event is hosted by Haaga-Helia University of Applied Sciences and will take place on 4-5 October 2023 in Helsinki.
María holds a PhD in Genetics and Molecular. She has expertise working at different organizations in USA, London, Spain and Sweden. She is the co-founder and CEO at IMFAHE where she is dedicated to design, develop, and implement career development strategies and international educative programs of impact to promote internationalization, innovation, and career profiles of excellence.
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COMPASS: Leading Ulysseus to become a European University excellence model through Research and Innovation” is a Horizon 2020 project of Ulysseus and the flagship for its R&I agenda and strategy.
COMPASS has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under the grant agreement No 101035809. The views and opinions expressed in this communication are the sole responsibility of the authors and do not necessarily reflect the views of the European Commission.