What makes RTTA workshops special is the fact that they are tailored to the specific needs of the participants.
The highly intelligent and very capable researchers who attend the workshops are already good at what they do.
A generic “One-Size-Fits-All” approach would potentially waste time teaching them strategies they already know.
The flexible nature of RTTA workshops means that real issues can be addressed quickly and efficiently, providing specific solutions and approaches to actual problems.
All attendees are polled before the workshop (click here to see some example polls) to determine their specific areas of interest. This ensures that the workshop covers the areas that are most beneficial to the group as a whole. The confidential nature of the poll allows them to detail specific problems and examples. These examples can be discussed in the workshop or, if a participant does not wish to discuss their issue openly in the workshop, the trainer can introduce similar parallel examples to provide anonymity while still providing methods for dealing with these issues.
This highly effective approach helps to make participants who are already good, exceptional.
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