Modern Science is teamwork. But how can young academics go from being a productive member of a scientific team to leading their own? Entry level positions for PhDs in Science often require the infamous "people skills". The authors aim to equip young academics with the right ideas and strategies for their scientific leadership development. Become a successful leader not with tricks, but with an inspiring and straightforward vision and mission, the correct mindset, and effective teamwork.
Based on international courses by both authors on scientific leadership.
Learn time and project management, supervision, intuition and leading a team.
Aimed at PhD students and beginners in the academic fields.
J.W. (Hans) Niemantsverdriet and Jan-Karel Felderhof, Eindhoven University of Technology, The Netherlands.
"This book by Niemantsvverdriet and Felderhof focuses on scientific leadership and is geared towards a person becoming a leader and to following managerialist techniques. [...] The strengths of the authors in approaching people and situations with managerial tools comes to the fore with the final section of chapter 4, ‘Conflict management’."
John R. Helliwell in: Journal of Applied Crystallography 51 (2018)http://scripts.iucr.org/cgi-bin/paper?S160057671800290X