Author: Caroline Dale
Hardcopy price: R329.00
E-vesrsion price: R296.00
Published: May 2022
Do you feel overwhelmed? Have you hit a wall? Is your thesis stuck and not moving forward?
If you are experiencing anxiety, procrastination and a lack of motivation, “Master your thesis – Proven strategies and methods” is for you! Caroline Dale, an expert on coaching students through the postgraduate journey, has developed a step-by-step process to get you over the finishing line— and now, for the first time ever, the six-step Dale-Method is available for your personal use!
It’s time to get your life back— today.
In this book, leading academic professional and postgraduate coach, Caroline Dale, will guide you with a tried and tested roadmap to complete your thesis. The six step Dale-method will equip you with practical tools to gain and maintain momentum to successfully complete your Masters or PhD thesis.
The 6-phase methodology address all the elements of post graduate study and help you take back control.
“As supervisor and mentor of many postgraduate students, I find this book very practical and focusing on the key aspects that you come across in your journey of developing a thesis.”
Prof Adri Drotskie, Director: School of Management, University of Johannesburg (UJ), supervisor, mentor
“This book is an engaging and compelling MUST read for anyone involved in writing research proposals and thesis writing. It is more than an indispensable step by step guide. It is energizing, empathetic, motivational, and authentic in navigating thesis writers through the very real emotional complexities that inevitably pop up during the course of writing a thesis.”
Dr. Shirley Zinn, Chair and Independent Non-Executive Director of Boards, for example Sanlam, MTN (SA), V&A and Spur Corporation
“Following Caroline Dale’s methiod will be worth your while in significantly enhancing your chances of not only reaching your destination successfully, but also in one piece personally.”
Theo H Veldsman, Visiting and Extra-ordinary Professors at respectively UJ and USB. Study leader of close on fifteen successful doctoral students