Self-Leadership under permanent pressure to perform
|Target audience||researchers of all research areas|
|Duration||1 day (4 work units), 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.|
9 am - 12.30 pm
As a postdoc or junior-professor, you have a particularly efficient way of working and a high willingness to perform. This is the only way you can cope with your daily work, which is characterised by many tasks, the highest demands and limited time.
At the same time, many postdocs and professors experience that despite all self-optimisation and efficiency, something does not work out. How can you deal with this limit appropriately? Smart self-leadership always includes acceptance and self-care. Accepting limits and being mindful of oneself is essential for leaders. In our Best Practice Exchange, we address how this can be achieved.
Contents in brief
• Cultivating serenity
• Perfectionism and acceptance
• Dealing with dilemmas and boundaries
• Constructive error culture and successful failure
• Self-care and regeneration
Dr. Jan Stamm is an expert in time and project management, stress competence and sustainable self-regulation. The experienced coach and trainer brings many years of experience in consulting scientists.