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 (i.e. getting smart ideas, getting along with supervisors, mastering the basics of scientific work …). A good time- and project 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 project-management. You will get specific ideas for improving your own approach towards organizing yourself and your work. The motto of the workshop is: 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:
Successful project management (milestone plans vs. iterative incremental approach), basic strategies and tools for an efficient time- and self-management (i.e. Pomodoro Technique, phases of productivity, implementation intentions), setting priorities, pragmatism and productivity).
Methods: Input and discussion, individual and group work, coaching techniques.
Thursday, 22.09.2022, 09:00 - 17:00 Uhr
Dr. Jan Stamm
Number of participants
Max. 12 PersonenFee