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Personal Efficiency. Time- and Self-Management for Doctoral Candidates
SS 2019
ZePrOs Dozent/in
Termine am Donnerstag. 12.09.19 10:00 - 18:00, Freitag. 13.09.19 09:00 - 12:30
Erster Termin:Do , 12.09.2019 10:00 - 18:00, Ort: 02/108
Dr. Jan Stamm
is a trainer and coach with years of experience in academia. His target groups are PhD candidates, Post Docs, and Professors from all disciplines. He studied philosophy, linguistics, and economics at the Universität Dortmund, the Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin, and the Nottingham University. He finished the interdisciplinary graduate program of the Berlin School of Mind and Brain with a philosophical PhD. His major focus is time- and project-management for researchers.

For most people, doing a PhD is the first major research project that they have to master on their own. There is a multitude of challenges along the way and a good time- and self-management is essential in order to set one’s focus right and use one’s time and energy in a productive and efficient way.
This workshop provides you with basic strategies and tools for an effective and efficient time- and self-management. You will work on your own project schedule and reflect whether a traditional milestone plan or a more flexible approach is better suited for your situation. You think about your own priorities and how to implement them over the course of a day, a week, or even longer time-periods. In addition we do an exercise in efficient writing in order to practice principles of a productive self-management.
You will get specific ideas for improving your own approach towards organizing yourself and your work. The workshop takes the idea seriously, that becoming a better, smarter, more focused time-manager is an evolution not a revolution. You already have a lot of the ideas and skills that you need. This workshop helps you to understand them in a deeper way and to commit yourself to really using them.

Contents in brief:
• Milestone plans
• Agile strategies and techniques
• Time-Boxing
• Adjusting plans
• Setting priorities
• Pragmatism, perfectionism, and procrastination
• Daily and weekly structures
• Efficient writing
Doctoral candidates
Weitere Informationen aus Stud.IP zu dieser Veranstaltung
Heimatinstitut: Zentrum für Promovierende und Postdocs an der Universität Osnabrück (ZePrOs)
In Stud.IP angemeldete Teilnehmer: 11
Anzahl der Postings im Stud.IP-Forum: 2
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