10 November 2021

1881-2021: 140 years of supporting Mid-Career Professionals to drive innovation

Organised by:

SCI’s Mid-careers Group

Online Webinar: 14:00 - 16:00 GMT

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Synopsis

In the SCI’s 140th Anniversary year, the Mid-Careers Committee invites you to join a celebration of supporting mid-career professionals to drive innovation in chemistry-using businesses and help develop future leaders.

We will explore what’s changed for mid-career professionals over the last 140 years, what career journeys can look like today and hear a keynote presentation from Dr David Bott, Head of Innovation at SCI, and formerly Director of Innovation Programmes at the Technology Strategy Board, on what’s important in shaping a happy and successful career in the 21st Century.

The SCI Mid-Career Group aims to provide support, tools and strategies to ensure that the mid-career professionals of today can advance their businesses as innovative leaders of the future. The group has an underlying objective to understand future challenges around experience and skills gaps – using this to inform relevant support for the next generation of technical leadership.


Attendees

This event will be of interest to early and mid-career professionals from the biological and chemical sciences.


Programme

The full programme will be confirmed in due course.


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This event will be free to attend

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Organising Committee

    Robin Blake, SCI/ Compliance Services International
    David Freeman, SCI/Croda
    Dan Smith, SCI/CatSci


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