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Emotional Intelligence for A Successful Academic or Non-Academic Career (409)
16 and 17 November 2020
|Lang||Workshop language is English|
Dr Tanja Wranik
Doctoral researchers face constant uncertainty and ambiguity, deal with diverse – and sometimes difficult - people, and push forward projects and ideas despite strong resistance and obstacles. In the most challenging times, this can lead to anxiety, frustration, anger, and even fear. When everything works out as planned, it can lead to pride, joy, or simply relief. Moods and emotions are an important part of working life. They motivate individuals, groups, and entire organizations and influence decision-making, relationships, performance, and health. A well-developed set of social and emotional skills will also help doctoral candidates enjoy and thrive in the stressful and politically charged university environment and pave the way towards a successful career, whether in academia or outside academia.
At the end of the workshop participants will be able to:
• Identify and describe moods, emotions, and other affective states
• Deal with common emotional situations at work • Sketch a self-assessment of own strengths in emotional competence as well as ideas on how to improve needed capabilities for the current job and the chosen future career
Participants should have at least 1.5 years of experience in the academic environment and feel comfortable speaking and collaborating with others in English.
Some self-reflection may be required before the workshop, however the main requirement is that participants come prepared to participate actively for the full two days. This is an interactive course in which the relationships and experiences shared within the group are just as crucial for the learning experience as the interaction with the professor.
Date : Monday 16th and Tuesday 17th November 2020
Schedule : From 9:00 am to 5:00 pm
Place: Online !
Dr Tanja Wranik obtained her PhD in Psychology from the University of Geneva and was a postdoctoral fellow at Yale University. She taught Applied Psychology at the University of Geneva for six years and during this time helped develop the Master of Advanced Studies in Human Resources and Career Development, jointly run by the University of Geneva, Lausanne, Neuchâtel, and Fribourg. Tanja is a licensed work and organizational psychologist, FSP, APSYTRA, a certified coach, and provides consulting services to organizations throughout Switzerland and Europe. She also teaches postgraduate-level courses and workshops at several Universities and Business Schools.