More writing, more publishing, more impact – for individuals and institutions
Blending online training, group support and digital coaching, we create a supportive learning environment for academic authors to build their confidence and skills.
- Publish more, meet REF targets
- Grow institutional impact
- Improve research impact
- Increase funding opportunities and ranking
Our coaching packages help academic authors at all levels – from PhD to professor.
Delivering a unique blend of traditional, online and digital support
At Prolifiko, we create a supportive and encouraging learning environment that helps academic writers find a routine that fits with their life. We give researchers the tools, and techniques they need to keep motivated and combat their blocks and barriers.
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One-to-one accountability coaching
Intensive personalised support for academic writers and researchers.
Workshops and webinars
Group coaching and training delivered face-to-face, online – or both.
Online writing productivity courses
Highly practical, expert-led online courses with unlimited access.
Consultancy and white-labelled content
Practical support, grounded in research
Our coaching programmes are rooted in theory but take a practical approach. Participants will learn tactics they can immediately apply to their writing.
- Insight into personal writing ‘tendencies’
- Techniques to find time and prioritise writing
- Tactics to deal with procrastination and blocking
- Methodologies to build motivation and self-confidence
These are the building blocks of a productive, scholarly writing system which lead to long-term behaviour change and productivity improvements.
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Now available through Chest
Prolifiko’s coaching and training services are certified by Chest part of JISC, a non-profit membership organisation providing digital solutions to the UK’s educational and research communities.
Chest members can find out more about the Prolifiko Chest Agreement here.
What workshop participants say…
The workshop was very interactive and thought-provoking and provided me with many take-aways which I will integrate into my writing practice.
Really impressed with the day and learned a lot about the doctoral journey.
This was a great informative and well delivered session. It was an excellent space to generate ideas and to reflect on the process and craft of academic writing.
A great workshop for academics (and for other writers) who want to improve their writing habits and enjoy writing more. Lots of ideas to take away and try out.
Excellent workshop. Genuinely useful and the most helpful advice I’ve ever received on writing productivity by far – thank you for this session!
Exceeded expectations! Totally lived up to the blurb and the facilitators were complimentary and enjoyable.
A really useful focused workshop that helped me reconnect with the positives of academic writing and small practice ways to build greater productivity as a writer.
Prolifiko’s Productive Academic Writer workshop really lived up to its name! I only wish I had the chance to attend earlier on in my PhD.
Prolifiko Digital: Embed positive writing habits long-term
All coachees receive a subscription to Prolifiko Digital, our unique, self-coaching platform that works in harmony with our in-person and online coaching.
- Accessible across desktop and mobile
- Provides support outside formal coaching programmes
- Builds positive writing habits and routines
- Increases engagement and motivation
Participants also get access to a members area of our website bursting with expert tips, resources and tool kits.
Grounded in real world academic experience
Our coaching programs and workshops are informed by our own original research into academic writing productivity – first launched at The London Book Fair, 2019.
Co-designed by academics at The University of Findlay, the research examines the productivity habits and routines of 600 academic authors from 43 countries.
One of the most comprehensive studies of its kind, the research has been featured in The Guardian, Research Information, LSE Impact Blog and Scholarly Kitchen. Download the research here.