Good Feedback: A workshop for supervisors by Hugh Kearns

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Sunley Lecture Theatre

University of Northampton Park Campus

Boughton Green Road

Northampton

NN2 7AL

United Kingdom

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Good Feedback: A workshop for supervisors

Hugh Kearns

This workshop is for any research supervisor. It covers:

  • The benefits of positive feedback
  • How to provide criticism without crushing the recipient
  • Varying your type of feedback depending on the candidate's stage
  • Formats: hard copy, track changes, audio, face to face
  • Turnaround time: How long is too long for response time
  • A few pages or a whole chapter
  • When the writing/grammar/expression is bad
  • When they don't listen to your feedback

About Hugh Kearns

Hugh Kearns is recognised internationally as a public speaker, educator and researcher. He regularly lectures at universities across the world and has recently returned from a lecture tour of the UK and the US which included lectures at Oxford, Harvard and Stanford.

His areas of expertise include self-management, positive psychology, work-life balance, learning and creativity. He draws on over twenty years of experience as a leading training and development professional within the corporate, financial, education and health sectors in Ireland, Scotland, New Zealand and Australia.

Further information is available from Simone Apel (simone.apel@northampton.ac.uk; 01604 893418).

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Sunley Lecture Theatre

University of Northampton Park Campus

Boughton Green Road

Northampton

NN2 7AL

United Kingdom

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Organiser The Graduate School, The University of Northampton

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The Graduate School plays a central role providing a University-wide framework for skills development, career preparation and administration to support all postgraduate research degree students, their supervisors and early career researchers.

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