OFDD’s skills-building workshops are designed to teach the skills needed to develop faculty careers. Offered free of charge, these cover a range of topics necessary for advancing faculty careers.
OFDD also offers workshops on the following topics:
- Acting with Power
- Conflict Resolution
- Delegation Strategies
- Delivering Dynamic Presentations
- Design Thinking
- Effective Time Management
- Effective Virtual Presentations
- Giving and Receiving Feedback
- How and When to Say "No and "Yes" in Career and in Life
- Knowing and Using Your Strengths
- Negotiation Skills
- Overcoming Unintended Bias and Other Cognitive Errors
Other skills-building workshops are offered across Stanford from the main campus Office of the Vice Provost for Faculty Development and Diversity and from Stanford Graduate School of Business.
September 9 and 10, 2019, Dean’s suite boardroom LK320
- Understand the K awards and the guidelines for writing winning grants
- Know the review process and how to address key points for reviewers
- Learn step by step strategies for writing winning grants that stand out against scores of competing submissions
- Demonstrate the merits, excellence and innovation of your proposal
- Learn how to best describe yourself as a unique candidate, likely to transition to independence
- Understand how to optimize presentation and writing of your research proposal
- After attending this workshop, PIs will be able to write a more successful grant application.
Presentation Anxiety and Making Presentations Memorable
OFDD Skillsbuilding workshop instructor Matt Abrahams provides tips on managing presentation anxiety and making presentations memorable.