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Boosting Cognitive Processes By Learning More About Your Mind And Meditation


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Podcast: Helium
Episode: Boosting Cognitive Processes By Learning More About Your Mind And Meditation
Pub date: 2019-06-18

Your brain creates your mind which creates your experience. It determines your happiness levels and your ability to make new discoveries. But how well do you understand your brain? How well do you take care of your brain? Author and engineer Sean Webb joined the show to talk about the benefits of understanding how your mental states are created and how you can train your brain to improve your cognitive processes through practices like meditation. Sean makes a convincing argument that meditation is a practice you should start today. 

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Reach your Research Goals by Building the Best Teams


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Podcast: Helium
Episode: Reach your Research Goals by Building the Best Teams
Episode pub date: 2019-08-27

We take stock of the past 32 episodes and plot a course for future episodes of the show. We both work in roles where we help integrate teams and enable them to co-create knowledge, and we are going to focus on sharing more of those insights going forward. After a paternity leave for Matt we will return with the show later in the Fall. We will have a few longer interviews of academics but mostly focus on shorter 15 minute episodes centered on teams. 

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Better Onboarding Onto Your Team


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Podcast: Helium
Episode: Better Onboarding Onto Your Team
Episode pub date: 2019-08-13

Creating your own style as a team leader means gathering the best ideas that are out there and adapting them to your personality. We asked 9 different podcast hosts to join the show to share their best ideas for onboarding others into teams or groups. They discuss positives and negatives have they experienced when being onboarded themselves. The bonus is that you also get to hear from 8 great shows that are for you as academics. Download this episode to find great onboarding ideas and your next podcast (or podcasts) to subscribe to. Creating your own style as a team leader means gathering the best ideas that are out there and adapting them to your personality. We asked 9 different podcast hosts to join the show to share their best ideas for onboarding others into teams or groups. They discuss positives and negatives have they experienced when being onboarded themselves. The bonus is that you also get to hear from 8 great shows that are for you as academics. Download this episode to find great onboarding ideas and your next podcast (or podcasts) to subscribe to.  Show notes: www.teamhelium.co/episode32

Shows included are: (1) The Contingent Professor (2) Personal Finance for PhDs (3) Fast Track Impact (4) Working Scientists (from Nature Careers) (5) Grad Blogger (6) Research in Action (7) PhD Career Stories (8) Teaching in Higher Ed

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27 – How More Voices Strengthen Scholarship: Perspectives From a First Generation Academic


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Podcast: Helium
Episode: 27 – How More Voices Strengthen Scholarship: Perspectives From a First Generation Academic
Episode pub date: 2019-06-04

Dr. Olivia Aguilar, Associate Professor at Denison University, joined the show to talk about her wide ranging experiences. How tough is the tenure process? How much tougher it is for someone who is a first generation in her family college grad? How do you manage and vet the opportunities given to you as a new assistant professor? How do you authentically engage early career researchers who come come from diverse backgrounds? These are just a few of the questions we cover in this interview. 

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24 – How to Create High Quality Human Interaction in Your Research Group


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Podcast: Helium
Episode: 24 – How to Create High Quality Human Interaction in Your Research Group
Episode pub date: 2019-04-23

Is it possible that graduate school transformed you into a less human version of yourself? Are you prepared to handle all humans that will be in your care as an advisor to your students? Are you prepared to take care of yourself properly so you can help others maximize their potential? If you said maybe to any of these questions this episode is for you. Dr. Antes joined us to help us rehumanize ourselves and our relationships to our lab groups. It is not complicated but she lays out some key steps we all need to build into our weeks to be better at creating connections with others.

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