We help people say 'I can!'
The ThinkWrite model places thinking before writing, removing barriers, saving time and increasing success. Its process-driven approach adds clarity to the final text, while minimising the time spent on each task.
Whether you are writing up your research, planning a talk, sending an email, writing a grant bid or building a conference poster, we believe there are five key questions you need to consider.
Workshops have value, but there is often additional benefit if they can be followed up with 1-to-1 support and Coaching.
ThinkWrite's growing band of facilitators have experience in many different forms of communication, and are available for bespoke coaching tasks, either face-to-face or on-line.
Each of our workshops takes this basic thinking tool and applies it to a different area of communication. Delivered normally as one-day events, the workshops combine instruction with space to work and laugh.
We have a range of 'off the shelf' workshops, but also create bespoke events that meet specific needs.
Our most frequently booked workshops...
Writing Targeted Grant Proposals
The day gives participants the opportunity to expand their ideas on available funding sources, and investigate what funders want to achieve when they hand over money.
The workshop gives strategies which will enable you to write with greater speed and confidence, at the same time as increasing your chance of getting published in your target journal.
Speaking with Confidence
In short courses, or through long-term coaching, we can help boost your confidence. We can help you prepare, plan and practice so that when you are on the 'stage' you can concentrate more on the content than on the performance.
Conference Abstracts and Posters
You will discover how to write an abstract that meets expectations and gets you invited to the conference. The workshop then looks at the challenges and opportunities that occur when creating and presenting an academic poster.
My Thesis in 10 Steps
This workshop presents a structured approach to planning a thesis that helps you place the research into a document that meets your university’s requirements. It helps you develop a monthly timetable that maximizes your chances of delivering on time