Mental Clarity & Decision Making (K02-05)
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How do we create the mental clarity to make big decisions regarding career choices when academia leaves us with little time or energy and few resources to cope? We are left trying to make big life changing decisions from a place of self-doubt, emotional reactiveness, and exhaustion.
In this workshop, we look into the factors that impact on how we think and make decisions. Exploring the role that our biases, thinking patterns, and behavioural choices play in how we evaluate situations and interactions, and how we engage (or not) with certain individuals and environments. We examine the self-critical inner voices that make you think you do not belong, you can’t do it, and you shouldn’t apply yet.
Learn to question how your mindset can help or hinder your day-to-day life and your future career prospects; Push back on certain maladaptive coping strategies (e.g. procrastination and avoidance) once you see how they maintain your self-sabotaging thought and behaviour cycles. Also learn how to reshape your thinking and behaviour patterns to work for you in pursuit of your goals.
The workshop is driven by the needs of the specific group in session and tools and strategies are examined through working examples brought forward by the group.
This course can be credited to "Learn to Lead - Mindset Leadership" in the competency area "Me, Myself and I – Self Leadership as a Key for Effectiveness and Personal Growth" and in the certificate "Research and Higher Education Management" in the area "Communication & Leadership".
|Mi. 15.02.2023||09:00 - 17:00 Uhr||PC oder Tablet mit Internetzugang||Digital|
PC oder Tablet mit Internetzugang
Dr. Desiree Dickerson
Dr. Desiree Dickerson worked in neurosciences and as a clinical psychologist. Her work focuses on taking the best of neuroscience, behavioural economics, and psychological practice and break it down into meaningful, practical tools to help academics achieve peak performance in highly challenging, high-stress environments while maintaining their well-being.
Dr. Vicent Botella-Soler
Vicent has been a PhD student (Physics), a Postdoc (Computational neuroscience), a Machine-Learning consultant for tech startups, a R&D manager for a data company. With extensive international experience both in research and in industry, he now works as a freelance consultant and author, helping academics and industry professionals snap out of cognitive traps and long-held beliefs hindering their development.
Doctoral researchers and Postdocs