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March 07th, 2016
The possibilities to make quick and target focused contact with experts, colleagues, potential employers and staff members, funders and business partners have increased in number and significance. In the light of growing complexity in the knowledge society and better electronic contact possibilities, the ‘know-who’ is gaining in importance next to the ‘know-how’. In the academic sector, as elsewhere, personal contacts enhance the chances of finding supporters and funders for one’s own project, of receiving conference invitations, of being involved in publications, and of being told about interesting positions. Networking requires initiative and continued investment. It is helpful, in this context, to be able to rely on proven strategies to make the right contacts, to communicate in a target focused way and to find the balance between giving and taking. The workshop transmits these proven networking techniques.
Sanja Stevic, GOLIN Wissenschaftsmanagement
Registration: Female researchers from all labs of SFB 656, CiM and SFB 1009 can apply by sending the completed application template to Dr. Eva Lorentzen (email@example.com) until 29.02.2016 (first come, first served).
February 09th, 2016
Conflicts are unavoidable in the normal course of the working life, in academia as well as
outside. Whether it is about subject specific differences, competition amongst colleagues or
disagreements with the supervisor or boss – there are plenty of potentially explosive situations.
But it does not have to come to a detonation which damages the atmosphere in the long run!
This workshop conveys fundamental knowledge about dealing with conflict and trains the
powers of observations as well as negotiation skills. The participants learn to better judge the
impact of their behaviour and to develop strategies for solving conflicts.
Julia Hookway, GOLIN Wissenschaftsmanagement
Downloads: Detailed information | Application template
Registration: Female researchers from all labs of SFB 656, CiM and SFB 1009 can apply by sending the completed application template to Dr. Eva Lorentzen (firstname.lastname@example.org)
January 18th - 19th, 2016
In science exist a great variety of career possibilities nationally and internationally. They
cover the whole range from universities, research institutions and administrations to
industry and entrepreneurship. What do I want? Which way should I go? Should I go abroad
or not? Which alternatives do I have? Which strategies can I use? Which support do I have to
combine family life with research? How can I develop my career goal oriented?
Dr. Wilma Simoleit, Förderungsberatung, Bonn
November 23rd, 2015
The aim of this workshop is to help you improve your time management in your daily routine. The workshop will provide an insight on how to focus on your goals and priorities, will help you to optimise your daily and weekly planning and will reflect on how you deal with disorder and interruptions. The workshop is jointly offered by CiM, the SFB 656 MoBil and the SFB 1009 Breaking Barriers and will be delivered by Dipl.-Päd. Ricarda Martin from trainsform GmbH. The language of the workshop is German.
September 07th - 08th, 2015
Participants are introduced into project management techniques that are specifically tailored to the university context. The workshop is jointly offered by CiM, the SFB 656 MoBil and the SFB 1009 breaking barriers and will be delivered by Dr. Nils Reschke from Deutscher Hochschulverband. The language of the workshop is English.
July 9th - 10th and September 22nd, 2015
The workshop comprises two blocks. In block 1, participants are equipped with general writing techniques. Those who have already sufficient material for a complete paper can continue to work on their specific publication in block 2. The workshop is jointly offered by CiM, the SFB 656 MoBil and the SFB 1009 breaking barriers and will be delivered by Dr. Christina Schütte from ProSciencia. The language of the workshop is English.
Mai 21st, 2015 in Münster
In this workshops for female doctoral students and postdocs, participants will be introduced to the most important leadership styles and techniques and will acquire knowledge of the methodical approach to leadership tasks.
Application template (places will be allocated to the applicants according to the rule 'first come – first serve')