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Events, Training and Qualification

The links below take you to the upcoming events and training opportunities offered by WIN.

Please note: The events are listed either by date of event or, in case of courses with a restricted number of places, by date of application deadline. Please see the descriptions for more details.

Please contact us with your questions.


Leading the Leader: Lateral leadership with Bosses and Supervisors

Sunday, December 18, 2022

On the first day of the workshop, participants are provided with a framework through which to assess their relationship with the supervisor, they identify realistic objectives that they wish to achieve, are introduced to a number of techniques to achieve these objectives and, finally, develop a plan to address outstanding issues they might have with their boss. On the second day of the workshop, participants meet the trainer through a series of one-to-one meetings. Within this context, they have the opportunity to discuss their specific situation, eventual challenges they are facing and possible ways forward to improve the relationship with their boss or address difficulties they might be experiencing with their supervisor.

Workshop topics:

  • Responding to legitimate needs and interests while also achieving your own goals
  • Chapman’s five languages of appreciation
  • Cialdini’s six psychological principles of effective persuasion
  • Achieving win-win solutions for both sides involved (Harvard negotiation method)
  • Coming up with a plan to be later implemented to resolve ongoing problems

Language:  English

Trainer: Dr. Matteo Garavoglia

Application via GRIPS as of 17 Oct 2022 until 18 Dec 2022.

Venue

Online Workshop in English on 23.01.2023, 9 – 18
individual coaching sessions (optional) on 24.01.2023
Deadline for application: 18.12.2022, GRIPS Application

Information/Contact

Zentrum zur Förderung des wissenschaftlichen Nachwuchses, WIN
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Center for Graduate & Postgraduate Researchers

Zentrum zur Förderung des wissenschaftlichen Nachwuchses