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Blog – Working from Home: Best Practice Tips

By Raheela Rehman and Rukshana Jaman

Remote working had quietly been reshaping our lives; part or full-time. From coffee shops, public libraries to living rooms at our dining tables. The emergence of digital office rental services has led to changing attitudes around where we work or manage teams, and to whether we should. Today in 2020, unprecedented times bring us to a mass digital remote working era.  With the shift, we explore how best to coordinate our lives, weave in work-life balance, staying efficient and productive.

Establish a Routine
Dedicated Workspace
Communicate
Time Block and Remove Distractions…


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CamAWiSE Pilot Mentoring Programme

  • Date: 28th January 2019
  • Location: Lucy Cavendish College

CamAWiSE is pleased to announce it’s mentoring programme for a six-month pilot. The scheme aims to connect professionals (from both academia and industry) in the local community in Cambridge and beyond!

The launch and orientation event will take place on Tuesday, 28th January 2019. We are seeking Mentors and Mentees. Applications must be submitted by 10 January 2020.

Mentoring is a powerful personal development and empowerment approach. It supports professional development, providing avenues to learn about different career paths or gain new knowledge and skills.

Submit your application now!

Read further details and how to apply here…

 

Conscious Leadership for Work and Life – 25 Nov 2019

  • Date: 25th November 2019
  • Location: Lucy Cavendish College

Have you ever wondered how people achieve more with less, with ease and what appears to be little effort? Whether you’re running a one wo(man) project, part of a team  or CEO of a multinational – you can lead from anywhere within an organisation or in your personal life. This workshop will show you how you can achieve exactly that!  Julie Hogbin will take you through the steps to create change and adopt tools which will show you how to bring leadership skills to the table.

Leadership is an attitude, not a title.

Read more…

ExoMars: A Martian Survival Story – Abbie Hutty presents

Date: 15 November 2018
Location: Cavendish Laboratory, Pippard Lecture Theatre, Cambridge

ExoMars is Europe’s first Rover mission to Mars – a mission in search of life, past or present, to answer one of mankind’s big questions: are we alone in the Universe?

Abbie Hutty (Airbus Defence and Space Ltd), the Lead Design Engineer for the Structure during the design phase, and now Platform Delivery Manager for the rover, will talk through what the mission’s aims and objectives are. She will take us through some of the major challenges and design drivers of a mission to Mars are, and how the team are engineering solutions to meet those challenges. Abbie Hutty works for Airbus Defence and Space and holds the title of 2013, IET Young Woman Engineer of the Year. She is an active campaigner for diversity in the engineering profession.

CamAWiSE is pleased to be supporting the jointly organised event by the Institute of Physics (IOP) and The Institute of Engineering and Technology (IET), as a part of the year long Women in Physics series.

Join us at the Cavendish Laboratory, Pippard Lecture Theatre.
You are welcome to attend for refreshments and networking from 6:30pm.

Car and cycle parking will be available in the Park & Cycle car park until 9:00 pm which is accessed via Clerk Maxwell Road CB3 0EL

All are welcome for the free event, though registration is required. Click here to register on Eventbrite: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/exomars-a-martian-survival-story-tickets-47220438603

 

 

 

Men as champions of change with Jill Armstrong

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Collaborating with Men is ground-breaking research conducted by Murray Edwards College with men to establish how men and women can work together to transform workplace culture barriers to women’s progress into leadership positions. Much research shows how women’s careers are ill-affected by assumptions and behaviour in the workplace that arise from the dominance of masculine culture. Yet, very little research has sought the point of view of men. The research asks men who support gender equality: Do they see the problems women report? What they can personally do to help change the workplace? What support do they need from leaders?

Read more about Jill Armstrong and her research.

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