European climate scientist - culture change

As she completed her post-doctoral studies, my client realized that researchers would need to adopt a transdisciplinary approach to their work if they wanted to create effective climate solutions. But academic culture and systems operate in rigid silos, in many cases actively resisting transdisciplinary work.

She engaged me to help her clarify her goals and map out a strategy to enable her to step out of her comfort zone and lead the change required so she could begin to break down the silos and work in a new way.

In just six sessions, she not only developed her three-year career plan, but she also discovered how to tell the story of her work to show others the value of a transdisciplinary approach and inspire them to try it themselves.