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In Führung gehen für Postdocs

Dauer: 1-2 Tage // Sprache: englisch // Auch als Online-Workshop verfügbar
Themenfeld: Führung & Teamentwicklung // Zielgruppe: Post-Docs

„Nachwuchswissenschaftler*innen motivieren? Ist das wirklich nötig?“

Zu den Aufgaben des Postdoktorand*innen gehört oft die Betreuung von Doktorand*innen und Absolvent*innen. Dabei zeigt sich, dass Führung die Auseinandersetzung mit Eigen- und Fremderwartungen voraussetzt und gelernt sein will. Führungstools für Situationen inner- und außerhalb der Wissenschaft werden vermittelt und mit eigenen Erfahrungen rückgekoppelt. So ergibt sich ein Bild zentraler Führungselemente und ein Verständnis hinsichtlich ihrer Anwendung.

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