How to Receive, Request and Give Feedback
NetSI Professional Development Series
Amy Aines
Communications Strategist and Trainer
Past Talk
Virtual talk
Thursday
Dec 1, 2022
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12:00 pm
177 Huntington Ave
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11th floor
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This workshop will teach you how to make the most of feedback situations.  You’ll learn how to structure and time feedback requests and how to maintain composure when feedback is hard to hear.  You will understand how to be an ally, not a critic, and learn steps for providing supportive feedback to peers, advisors, or mentees. We will also discuss the importance of fostering a growth mindset in yourself and others and being mindful of limiting beliefs.  The actions and approaches we cover will give you more confidence when feedback situations arise.

About the speaker
About the speaker
Amy Aines is a communication strategist, speaker coach, trainer, and former telecommunications industry executive who uses words to get results. For more than 40 years, her work with scientists and executives in the wireless, tech and biotech industries has contributed to the success of countless companies, people, initiatives, and product innovations. Amy is CEO of a boutique consultancy and co-author of a ‘how-to’ book Championing Science – Communicating Your Ideas to Decision Makers. She is a relationship and reputation builder who excels at tailoring information to engage listeners and generate support. In early 2020 she began teaching scientists essential communication skills and strategies for making a bigger impact with their work. Amy honed her communications expertise as a spokesperson and director of corporate communications for global telecommunications, technology, and mobile phone companies for the first half of her career. Since 1999, her consulting clients have included Genentech, McKesson, BioMarin, Gilead, Cisco, Stoke Therapeutics, Zymergen, Vodafone and numerous emerging tech and biotech firms. Amy holds a BA in Communication Studies from University of California, Santa Barbara and is a certified Human Capital Strategist through the Human Capital Institute. Recently she’s led interactive workshops for Columbia, NASA, the Department of Energy RECS Program, and the University of Virginia on communication strategies to build connections, careers, and confidence in any situation. When she’s not teaching, Amy volunteers to support the STEM Advocacy Institute, Beyond the PhD, and Quest Science Center.
Amy Aines is a communication strategist, speaker coach, trainer, and former telecommunications industry executive who uses words to get results. For more than 40 years, her work with scientists and executives in the wireless, tech and biotech industries has contributed to the success of countless companies, people, initiatives, and product innovations. Amy is CEO of a boutique consultancy and co-author of a ‘how-to’ book Championing Science – Communicating Your Ideas to Decision Makers. She is a relationship and reputation builder who excels at tailoring information to engage listeners and generate support. In early 2020 she began teaching scientists essential communication skills and strategies for making a bigger impact with their work. Amy honed her communications expertise as a spokesperson and director of corporate communications for global telecommunications, technology, and mobile phone companies for the first half of her career. Since 1999, her consulting clients have included Genentech, McKesson, BioMarin, Gilead, Cisco, Stoke Therapeutics, Zymergen, Vodafone and numerous emerging tech and biotech firms. Amy holds a BA in Communication Studies from University of California, Santa Barbara and is a certified Human Capital Strategist through the Human Capital Institute. Recently she’s led interactive workshops for Columbia, NASA, the Department of Energy RECS Program, and the University of Virginia on communication strategies to build connections, careers, and confidence in any situation. When she’s not teaching, Amy volunteers to support the STEM Advocacy Institute, Beyond the PhD, and Quest Science Center.