In this episode, Mark explains the three most common motives for researchers to engage with the impact agenda. He then provides tips on how to translate these motives into priorities that can drive action.
In this episode, Mark walks you through seven questions that will give you a social media strategy to power your research to impact:
In this episode, Mark interviews the brains behind @CECHR_OuD to reveal how she reached 87,000 followers in four years, currently growing at 150 followers per day, to become one of the most influential research institutional Twitter accounts in the world.
Mark also describes six things you can do to grow your influence on social media:
In this episode Mark discusses how you can build a network of people who can empower you to have the impacts you want.
In this episode, Mark interviews Rosmarie Katrin Neumann about her work as a knowledge broker, and asks if we might all as researchers, be able to do more to act as knowledge brokers.
Find out more about Rosi's work at http://www.fasttrackimpact.com/#!knowledge-brokerage/eazc2 or find her on Twitter at: @RosmarieKatrin https://twitter.com/RosmarieKatrin