Duration: 1-2 days
Course type: In-house seminar. Optionally as online course
Trainer: Peter Kronenberg or Karin Bodewits
Target group: PhD students and postdocs
Number of participants: Max. 12
This seminar can be tailored to a gender-specific audience if desired
Every week has 7 days, 168 hours or 10080 minutes…. a lot of time to do a lot of things! Still, many of us suffer from the feeling of always having too little of it. You might not give it enough thought on how you actually want to spend it and how to distribute it between your career, family, friends and hobbies. These are also no easy questions with answers to be found in a text book- the ‘ideal time schedule’ is simply too different from one person to the other.
During this seminar we will analyse the individual schedules of the week and provide tools and ideas to make best use of your time investment. Furthermore, we will discuss how to balance science and life in different contexts and how to plan your days in a flexible work environment.
The aim is not only to work more efficiently and to reduce personal stress, but also to be more satisfied and successful in your career and your personal life.
Principles of time-management
Time-management for part-timers
This seminar can be offered as an in-house seminar or as online course.
This course can be combined with Goodbye academia?® to give the integrated 3-day programme Career development.
Karin Bodewits (email@example.com) or Philipp Gramlich (firstname.lastname@example.org )/ Tel.: +49 (0) 176 7453 7200 (Karin) or +31 (0) 6 82454 258 (Philipp) or +49 (0) 152 0600 5189 (Philipp)