CYGNA: Understand your co-author(s) & yourself with MBTI
The name CYGNA derives from the female version of the Latin word for SWAN (Supporting Women in Academia Network). The main objective of the group is to promote interaction among female academics based in the London area and to provide a forum for learning, support, and networking. We typically hold five meetings a year with a mix of presentations and informal discussions. We also maintain a readings and inspirations section for female academics and have a Twitter hashtag #cygna_london. If you’d like to join the CYGNA network, just drop me an email.
23rd meeting 23 November (ESCP Europe)
Organised by Argyro Avgoustaki, ESCP Europe
The 23rd meeting at the 23rd of November, what a nice coincidence! As usual we had a mix of old-timers and new members. The latter included my Middlesex colleague Lilian Miles [first on the left], Sylvie Chevrier [4th from left] from UPEM (Universite Paris-Est Marne-la-Vallee) who is on sabbatical at Royal Holloway and Aurelie Cnop [1st on the right] PhD student at LSE. We also had the honour of welcoming two professional staff members at ESCP: Anna Devivo [3rd from left] and Katia Barr [6th from right].
We were treated to a wonderful session entitled: Understand your co-author(s) and yourself with MBTI by certified MBTI trainer Veronique Tran (ESCP Paris). Although I have been a fan of MBTI for 15 years, I still learned a lot of new things.
Veronique's presentation can be downloaded in two parts here: Intro to MBTI for CYGNA and Each person confirms their preferences. The quickest way to get a feel for your type is to do the personality test at 16 personalities: https://www.16personalities.com/. For an application of MBTI types in a company setting, see the HBR article: Putting your Company's Whole Brain to Work.
- On academic life: collaborations and active engagement
- Would you ask a male academic the same question?
- Female academics: Wives of the organization?
- Be proactive, resilient & realistic!
- The four P's of publishing
- Internal versus external promotion [1 of 4]
- CV of failures
- When to say no?
- How to prevent burn-out? About staying sane in academia
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Anne-Wil Harzing is Professor of International Management at Middlesex University, London and visiting professor of International Management at Tilburg University. She is a Fellow of the Academy of International Business, a select group of distinguished AIB members who are recognized for their outstanding contributions to the scholarly development of the field of international business. In addition to her academic duties, she also maintains the Journal Quality List and is the driving force behind the popular Publish or Perish software program.