Moderation: Rob Thompson, RTTA, Frankfurt

Zeit: 01.07.2019, 9:00 - 16:30 und 02.07.2019, 9:00 - 16:30
Ort: Herrenhaus (Haus 82)
AE: 20

DSC-Kompetenzbereich(e): Leitung

Angebot durch: Dozierenden-Service-Center (DSC)

Inhalt

Why improve leadership skills? Research science, by its very nature, is a collaborative venture. Being able to lead a group, motivate people and make appropriate decisions are skills essential in order to progress from a PhD. level. Whether your career progresses in academia or industry, a PhD makes a leadership role inevitable. The scientific environment (in both industry and academia) creates its own particular set of challenges, as the teams are made up of highly intelligent, independent and innovative men and women. In such an environment, excellent leadership skills are essential in order to ensure full use of all available talents and so achieve the appropriate success. This workshop will cover How to motivate people How to persuade effectively When it is appropriate to use authority Creating a “can-do” attitude and environment Dealing with conflicting motivations and goals Outcomes Participants will learn how to provide strong leadership when necessary and so forge efficient and productive research groups - Essential for success in today’s competitive research environment. Workshop style The workshop draws on the personal experience of all participants as well as that of the trainer, thereby ensuring that the training is specific for and relevant to the participants’ individual needs. The workshop will be a structured discussion forum to facilitate ideas and develop strategies. The workshop will be VERY interactive. Expect to be asked lots of questions, expect to be challenged, expect to participate!

Moderation: Anke Timmann, M. A., Wirkforschung Lehre und Hochschuldidaktik, Universität zu Lübeck

Zeit: 02.07.2019, 9:00 - 12:30 und 03.07.2019, 9:00 - 12:30
Ort: Herrenhaus (Haus 82)
AE: 12 (9 AE Seminar, 3 AE Selbststudium)

DSC-Kompetenzbereich(e): Didaktik

Angebot durch: Dozierenden-Service-Center (DSC)

Inhalt

Ergebnisse der Lehr-Lern-Forschung sind nicht einfach 1:1 in eigenes Lehrhandeln zu übersetzen. Ziel des Workshops ist es, in einem ersten Schritt die eigene Lehrüberzeugung zu definieren, um darauf aufbauend ein individuelles Lehrprofil unter Einbezug dazu passender Erkenntnisse der Lehr-Lern-Forschung zu erstellen. Dieser Workshop richtet sich an alle, die sich aus unterschiedlichen wissenschaftlichen Perspektiven mit Lehr-Lern-Prozessen an der Universität beschäftigen wollen, um ihre eigene Lehre weiterzuentwickeln.

Methodisch wechseln sich Austausch und gegenseitiges Feedback ab mit Input, Kleingruppen- und Einzelarbeitsphasen. Im Vorfeld des Workshops und ggf. zwischen den Sitzungen sind im Selbststudium Fragen zur eigenen Lehre zu reflektieren

Moderation: Rob Thompson, RTTA, Frankfurt

Zeit: 03.07.2019, 9:00 - 16:00 und 04.07.2019, 9:00 - 16:00
Ort: Herrenhaus (Haus 82)
AE: 18

IWB-Zielgruppe(n): Nachwuchswissenschaftler*innen, Interessierte
IWB-Kategorie(n): Kommunikation
IWB-Zertifikatsprogramm: Wahlkurs in: PM / LM / FM / CM

Angebot durch: CDSL

Inhalt

How to get the best out of the team you are in. The modern workplace is a collaborative environment. In both research science and industry, it is essential for success to be able to communicate well, negotiate, resolve conflict, persuade, motivate and (sometimes) lead effectively. The scientific environment creates its own particular set of challenges. The teams are made up of highly intelligent, independent and innovative men and women. There is also a need to deal regularly with a diverse set of people: researchers of all levels, administration staff, collaboration partners and people from outside bodies. In such an environment, ‘one size’ does not fit all and a flexible approach is essential. The workshop will teach the skills necessary to ensure full use of all the available talents and so achieve the appropriate success. The workshop will be very interactive. Expect to be asked lots of questions, expect to be challenged, expect to participate!

Moderation: Dr. Avril Arthur-Goettig, bioXpress, München

Zeit: 08.07.2019, 9:00 - 17:30 und 09.07.2019, 9:00 - 16:30
Ort: Herrenhaus (Haus 82)
AE: 21

IWB-Zielgruppe(n): Nachwuchswissenschaftler*innen, Forschende
IWB-Kategorie(n): Forschung
IWB-Zertifikatsprogramm: Wahlkurs in: FM

Angebot durch: CDSL

Inhalt

Writing papers is a challenge for all young researchers, but particularly for non-native English speakers. Moreover, clear, well-structured, concise scientific writing is essential to getting published, regardless of your previous experience or language fluency. This workshop is not only designed to help young scientists organize and get started with writing, such as finding out where to place information within the structure a scientific paper, but also how to present information to “sell” the research theme and results obtained in the best way possible. To optimize confidence with writing in English, we look at key factors such as verb use, tenses and agreement, punctuation and word order to produce clear and concise writing. To create flow and logic we practice using transitions to add and link information. How to use paragraph and sentence structures to add emphasis and highlight key messages is another important aspect of writing that we explore. Revision is the secret of all good writing, so we practice integrating all the factors contributing to effective scientific writing by editing texts either obtained from your department or provided by the participants themselves. Hands-on participation, feedback and interactive discussion help the participants apply these skills to their own writing.

Moderation: Dr. Avril Arthur-Goettig, bioXpress, München

Zeit: 11.07.2019, 9:00 - 17:00 und 12.07.2019, 9:00 - 17:00
Ort: Herrenhaus (Haus 82)
AE: 21

IWB-Zielgruppe(n): Nachwuchswissenschaftler*innen*innen, Forschende
IWB-Kategorie(n): Forschung
IWB-Zertifikatsprogramm: Wahlkurs in: FM

Angebot durch: CDSL

Inhalt

Writing proposals for fellowships and grants to acquire personal funding Guidelines to submitting specific proposals, the steps, requirements and procedures, can be found on the relevant websites of funding bodies. But you still have to write the proposal – the very best proposal possible. This workshop is designed to help young researchers (late PhD, early postdocs) write their first proposal to continue their career as an independent scientist. We deal with the content planning and general structuring of a proposal. As we move on to writing we consider how to address vital points, such as what the reviewers want to see (and where), how to sell your science and yourself as an outstanding candidate, and how to precisely address different required sections. Ideally participants will have already taken part in a scientific writing for manuscripts workshop to optimally apply the acquired skills for concise, precise writing and targeted revision.

Moderation: Josefin Wagner, Alex Mommert, Studium & Lehre, Universität zu Lübeck

Zeit: 11.07.2019, 17:30 - 20:00
Ort: Herrenhaus (Haus 82)
AE: 3

DSC-Kompetenzbereich(e): Prüfung

Angebot durch: Dozierenden-Service-Center (DSC)

Inhalt

Dieser Kurs richtet sich an alle Kommissionsmitglieder und Vertreter*innen des diesjährigen Auswahlverfahrens der Hochschulen (AdH) im Studiengang Humanmedizin und wird insbesondere den Erstteilnehmerinnen und -teilnehmern sowie als Auffrischung empfohlen. Wir möchten mit Ihnen die Ziele von Auswahlgesprächen und deren Qualitätsanforderungen thematisieren sowie geeignete Interview- und Fragetechniken vertiefen. Probeinterviews mit Schauspielbewerbenden dienen dazu, das theoretische Wissen zu vertiefen, sich mit der Gesprächssituation und den Auswahlinstrumenten vertraut zu machen.

Moderation: Julie Stearns, ImpulsPlus, Qualitätsnetzwerk, Training in Wissenschaft

Zeit: 24.07.2019, 9.00 - 17.00 und 25.07.2019, 9:00 - 17:00
Ort: CBBM, Ground Floor, B1/B2
AE: 21

IWB-Zielgruppe(n): Promovierende des GRK1957
IWB-Kategorie(n): Karriere

Angebot durch: GRK 1957

Inhalt

Throughtout the workshop, participants will be guided through interactive exercises to improve their body language, as well as focus on the quality of their language content and structure of their ideas. The aim is to develop strategies to make a lasting and positive impact on audiences, potential employers and dignificant contact persons (networking). Trainer input will provide the opportunity to gain new insights in effective communication and learn how to present themselves more effectively and to make the best impression and strongest impact.


Dies ist ein geschlossener Kurs des GRK 1957