mehrere Personen an einem Tisch oder stehend, Sprechblasen, Notizzettel und Stifte (© Lorna Schütte)

Trainings


Regelmäßig bieten wir Trainings zur Karrieregestaltung und zur individuellen Kompetenzentwicklung an.

Im internen  Weiterbildungsportal im UFZ Intranet sind alle Informationen zu Trainingsinhalten und zur Anmeldung hinterlegt. Im Kurskatalog können sich auch Mitarbeitende unserer Kooperationspartner zu Trainings anmelden.

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Programm 2023

10. & 19. Oktober Done is Better than Perfect. Breaking Free from Perfectionism.
(Dr. Sashima Läbe, Twenty One Skills)

UFZ, KUBUS, Saal 1CD/Online

Hier findet ihr weitere Informationen und die Anmeldung für interne Mitarbeitende und Kooperationspartner.
7. März Successful Negotiation According to the Harvard Strategy
(Dr. Angelina Topan)

UFZ, KUBUS, Saal 2

Hier findet ihr weitere Informationen und die Anmeldung für interne Mitarbeitende und Kooperationspartner.
23. März Career Day 2023

UFZ, KUBUS
14., 21. & 28. Februar
Finding a Job in Germany's Industry
(Heidi Störr)

Online

Hier findet ihr weitere Informationen und die Anmeldung für interne Mitarbeitende und Kooperationspartner.
tba Success Strategies for Women in Academia (Peer Coaching Group)
(Dr. Neela Enke)



tba Career Planning for Experienced Postdocs (Peer Coaching Group)
(Dr. Matthias Zach)




24./25. Oktober Bringing Research to the Public: Science Communication
(Sina Löschke)
ab 29. September Success Strategies for Women in Academia (Peer Coaching Group)
(Dr. Neela Enke)

Hier könnt ihr euch ein Informationsblatt zu diesem Coaching herunterladen.

 Dates:

  • 29 September, 11:00 am - 4:00 pm (building 4.0, room 101)
  • 27 October (online)
  • 17 November (online)
  • 1 December (online)

In small groups of 4 to 10 participants in 4 sessions

Target Group:

  • Female Postdocs and PhD students who aim to persue an academic career

Aims:

The participants will...

  • analyse their individual skills for a career in academia and receive feedback on their goals and, if necessary, identify individual qualification requirements.
  • learn about the conditions for success, risks and limits of a career in academia in the context of their individual situation.
  • receive information on relevant topics for a career in academia (e.g. appointment procedures, career paths at different academic institutes, work-life balance)
  • learn to use their networks and exchange information and experiences with their colleagues.



ab 8. September Career Planning for Experienced Postdocs (Peer Coaching Group)
(Dr. Matthias Zach)

Hier könnt ihr euch ein Informationsblatt zu diesem Coaching herunterladen.

Dates:

  • 8 September (online)
  • 12 October (online)
  • 7 November (online)
  • 12 December (online)

In small groups of 4 to 10 participants in 4 sessions

Target Group:

  • Postdocs who completed their PhD 3 years ago or longer

Aims:

The participants will...

  • gain clarity and receive feedback about their further goals; identify individual qualification requirements, if necessary.
  • get to know different career options outside academia and to evaluate their conditions for success, risks and limits in the context of their individual situation.
  • receive information on relevant topics for a career outside academia (e.g. non-academic job markets and their requirements profiles, application strategies)
  • learn to use and expand their (especially non-academic) networks and exchange information and experiences with their colleagues.



17. Juni Career Talks - How to enable your Early Career Scientists to Proactively Manage their Next Career Move
(Julie Servoss, Tobias Maier)

Date & Time: 17 June, 1:00 – 4:30 pm
Location: Online
Language: English
Target Group: Supervisors, PIs, everyone operating Career Talks

Aim of the workshop
Supervisors in academia have diverse professional roles. Supporting and guiding early career researchers towards their next career move is one of them. Often, supervisors have not been trained for this role, which can lead to pressure and stress on both sides. This interactive workshop will help you to raise awareness of your role as (career) coach and will provide a frame how to effectively approach and fulfil it.

Participants of the workshop will

  • Increase their awareness of and acquire tools for their role as (career) coach
  • Learn how to enable and empower others to proactively manage their career
  • Strengthen their network among Helmholtz Centers

Topics covered in the workshop include

  • Role awareness: (career) coach, mentor
  • GROW method: supporting early career researcher towards their next career step
  • Career options for researchers: “What’s out there?”
  • How to make decisions: competencies, motivation & interests

Working style

  • Interactive learning environment: participants will actively engage in discussions and exercises
  • Balanced ratio of teaching and practical exercises in pairs or small groups
  • It will be worked with real life cases of participants
  • Materials produced during the workshop will be made available to participants

18. & 19. Mai Teamwork and Leadership in Academia: Multiple Perspectives for Greater Awareness
(Dr. Matteo Garavoglia)
22. April,
20. Mai &
17. Juni
Career Development for Early-Career Researchers (Group coaching)
(Anne Mazuga)

4. April Visualizing Science Projects
(Elisabeth Werner)
22. März Career Day 2022
31. Januar &
7. Februar
Goodbye Academia? - It has been a Pleasure
(Katrin Bodewits)
13. April Karriere im Wissenschaftsmanagement
(Dr. Helene Schruff)
28. Mai Power and Communication
(Julia Lehnhof)
1. Juni Postdoc Q&A Session: Gaining teaching experience during your postdoc
(Prof. Anja Widdig, Dr. Lotte Korell, Dr. Alexander Zizka, Dr. Sara König)

Eine Veranstaltung in Kooperation mit dem Deutschen Zentrum für integrative Biodiversitätsforschung (iDiv)

30. Juni,
1. Juli
Finding a Job in Germany´s Industry
(Heidi Störr)
13. Juli &
14. Juli
ENGAGING the audience - presentation techniques for compelling presentations
(Julia Lehnhof)
30. September Balancing cooperation and competition in science
(Nina Bessing)