Preparing for your unique career profile in scientific and non-scientific fields
- Combinations of career scenarios
- Clarity of direction and life vision – Who am I? What do I really want? What is the purpose of my dissertation? What do I want to achieve?
- Destination Management – How do I turn my holistic vision into concrete career goals?
- How do I resolve conflicts (e.g. career planning – private goals – the mobility requirement)?
- Dynamic planning methods – goal planning with many unknown elements
- Overview of conventional and unconventional career strategies
- Creating a personal career-specific integrated navigation plan – next steps
This seminar comprises inspirational input, group work, discussion and individual exercises which combine to form a powerful learning experience, with lasting effects.
Target group: female PhD students and postdocs
Maximum number of participants: 12
About the trainer
Svenja Neupert, a speaker, coach, trainer, and organisational consultant, is an expert on Future Leadership for more than 25 years. Svenja will help you to discover unconventional approaches to your thinking and coach you to follow your talents. She believes that everyone can realize his or her unique potential in business life and have fun and fulfilment at work.
Please register by 15 January 2021: email@example.com (Zoom link shared after registration)
Mittagsstammtisch der Frauen- und Gleichstellungsbeauftragten
Interessierte und Gäste sind herzlich willkommen. Anmeldungen bitte an firstname.lastname@example.org.
Der Stammtisch wird digital per Zoom durchgeführt!
WiNS Adlershof (Women in Natural Sciences)
Do you feel like your success can all be explained by luck and hard work? Do you feel constant pressure to achieve and cannot let something go until it is perfect? Imposter syndrome and self-doubt are prevalent across all genders and stages of one’s professional career. Learn tools to free up mental space by not carrying the emotional drain of feeling like an imposter and develop compassion for yourself.
Cathy Sorbara is a neuroscientist who worked for 10 years as a researcher in academia in Canada and Germany, studying neurodegenerative diseases. Now, she is involved in several non-profits where she works to establish key project management methodologies as well as develop communication material and workshops to create an impact both locally and globally. Cathy is passionate about helping people and businesses be more sustainable and empowering the voices of women and girls to create a more gender just society.
The event is aimed at female PhD students and postdoctoral researchers, max. 30 participants.
Please register by 4 February 2021: email@example.com (Zoom link shared after registration)