Networking For STEM

Map and Develop an Effective Professional Community

“Having a solid network is key to your success”—this statement has never been more true than in today’s interconnected world of STEM. 

Whether you're climbing the career ladder, seeking a new job, expanding your startup, looking for funding, or aiming to stay ahead of industry trends, the diversity and strength of your professional network can be your greatest asset. The relationships you cultivate today will shape the trajectory of your career tomorrow.

Join our insightful 90-minute workshop and a Q&A session to learn tips and strategies to build a strong professional community.

In this webinar, you’ll:

  • Learn about an effective networking mindset
  • Analyze and map your existing connections
  • Identify strengths, weaknesses, and gaps in your current network
  • Explore how to build your network based on your goals
  • Learn tips to connect with your network effectively
  • Discover strategies to build and sustain your network over time

This session is about practical tools and techniques you can use at any point in your career to map and develop your network.

This webinar was FREE for live attendees. You can now purchase the recording and accompanying workbook for $45. You will also receive a complimentary 30-min 1:1 mentoring session with Joanna to implement your learning. 

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About the Facilitator

Joanna Kaniewska, PhD in Medical Sciences, is a scientist turned certified coach and talent development strategist. Joanna specializes in effective personal and organizational change. In her work, she adopts an evidence-based approach, supporting her clients to maximize their potential and achieve their goals.

She combines her background in science with international experience gained across various sectors, including academia, industry, and non-profits.

WEBINARS WEB Networking For STEM $45.00

This workshop is absolutely worth it.

Joanna’s ability to listen and sensibility make her a gifted coach.

In this workshop, she provides a useful framework to get over the dread many of us feel when thinking of networking, as well as, an effective way to evaluate and find gaps that may exist in our network.

I found the re-framing of sticky networking situations to be a powerful tool.