Taming the Inner Critic (K02-11)
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Scientists and scholars are prone to be critical about themselves as their daily routine is about questioning their work to create new results. This however can be hindering when making career decisions, as the same critic can hold them back to take the next step in academia or into the industry.
The Human Resources Development department organizes two online seminars with Dr. Desiree Dickerson, to provide some insights into the topic of uncertainty and on how to navigate through these. We will also introduce the psychological counseling for doctoral researchers as well as the personal counseling for postdoctoral researchers, provided by the Universität Hamburg after the presentation by Dr. Dickerson.
In this seminar we:
- Explore how your mindset and the mental models you hold shape your thoughts, your mood, your choices, and your productivity;
- Address the critical inner voices that drive perfectionism and self-doubt;
- Explore how the mindset can be shifted in order to create more mental space and energy to think, create, be present, and thrive.
|Di. 05.03.2024||12:00 - 13:00 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.
Doctoral researchers, Postdocs, Junior Professors and Leaders of Junior Research Groups