|Target audience||researchers of all research areas|
|Duration||2 days (3 hours each), online|
|Credits for habilitation||yes|
|Workshop costs||Participation is free for HHU members and members of HHU's Medical Faculty.|
|Registration||Please register using the registration form below.|
06.05. (day 1) +
08.06. (fully booked) or 10.06.
or 11.06.2021 (day 2)
9 am - 12 pm (day 1)
8.30 am - 11.30 am (day 2)
The everyday life of scientists lies between the poles of research, the supervision of young scientists and the management of employees. Different management styles have proven to be effective in everyday management and supervision. The following questions will be discussed in the introductory workshop:
- What do leadership and supervision have in common and what makes them different?
- What leadership styles are there?
- Who needs what? How can employees and students as well as doctoral candidates, who differ in know-how and commitment, be successfully led or supervised?
- How do I recognize the level of know-how and the degree of commitment?
- How can I provide appropriate and individual support and at the same time increase or maintain commitment?
The entire workshop consists of three modules: an introductory, joint workshop, a subsequent practical phase and a concluding group workshop in small groups or an individual counseling.
Workshop (online) 3 h
Individual coaching session of 1 h or group workshop with 4 participants 2 h (online)
08.06., 10.06., 11.06.2021 between 8.30-11.30
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PD Dr. Angelina Topan is a trainer and coach and heads the Institute for Personnel Development and Coaching in Freiburg. She is a systemic solution-oriented coach accredited by the DBVC: She also obtained a "Teaching qualification for science" and further training and key qualifications through university didactics, within the fields of: conversation, conflict management, team development, project management, methods of adult education.
As a university insider, she knows the structures and processes of university operations and can tailor the measures precisely to the environment.