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Mindset Mondays

While we know that work has to get done, we often discount the emotional, mental, and psychological toll it takes to do such creative and intellectual work. Add the emotional weight of the people around us, it can sometime be unbearable. 

We discuss this topic and possible strategies to help facilitate with it.


Teamwork Tuesdays

We can't do it all by ourselves. We need to depend on our lab mates, team members, and others to help accomplish our scientific and research objectives. However, finding and working with others has it's own set of challenges. These challenges includes developing not only our team's career, but our own as well. 

We discuss this topic and possible strategies to help facilitate with it.

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Photo by Ousa Chea on Unsplash

Workflow Wednesdays

Knowing where things are and how they work can help save time, money, and our sanity. Operational workflow and lab organization are essential to a productive lab environment. However, with changing project scopes and the elusive innovative discoveries, we are often required to change with our environment.  Business and lab managers are often tasked with managing and maintaining these changes to help create a "seem-less" workflow. 

We discuss this topic and possible strategies to help facilitate with it.


Thirsty thursday

People matter and the [Hu]man element cannot be discounted. With that in mind, we discuss and share stories and personal accounts of the humanity of these dynamic people.  Team building, social events, non-shop are all code to let everyone know that they should be themselves and enjoy each other's company. These type of talks are all encouraged to keep the livelihood and enjoyment for the sciences. 

We discuss this topic and possible strategies to help facilitate with it.  

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Photo by Kelsey Chance on Unsplash


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financial FridAYs

Money is never easy to manage and it can sometimes be even more difficult to discuss. Most often, there is a language gap between the business/financial managers and the research/scientistic investigators. Unfortunately, this very important resource topic which will always need clarification and more clarification. to ensure that the science is supported. 

We discuss this topic and possible strategies to help facilitate with it.