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Become Your Own Time Manager (318)
12 and 16 October 2020
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Dr Sina Henrichs
"Time is what keeps everything from happening at once." ― Ray Cummings (1922)
Time management is about managing our private and professional tasks to meet deadlines, deliver results and to create impact without losing the focus for individual aims and visions. To develop time management skills in a scientific environment inherits special challenges, since research is fundamentally exploratory, and often unpredictable. This interactive workshop will provide common time management techniques to manage private and professional tasks with a specific focus on the scientific setting. Participants will learn how to set priorities, design the day, plan a week and reflect individual habits and preferences. Further, the training will help to identify massive time consumers, shows tricks how to handle disturbances and how to deal with procrastination.
Participants who complete this comprehensive workshop know keys to time management, how to plan tasks and how to design the day.
- Keys to time management: Define aims ; Identify essentials and set priorities ; How to deal with stress,- Plan your tasks: Win time by planning; Reflect the performance curve; Set up a daily/weekly plan.
- Develop weekly and a daily plan.
Date: Monday, 12th Friday 16th October 2020
Schedule: 9 am to 1 pm
Place: Online, via Zoom
Sina Henrichs has broad professional experience in implementation and development of project outlines in the academic environment. She holds a doctorate in Molecular Biology from the University of Zurich as well as an MBA in Academic Management form the University of Basel. Sina Henrichs combines her extensive research experience in the life sciences and in-depth understanding of process development and project management to provide interactive and professional training experiences. She implemented the Graduate Center GRACE, the professional platform for doctoral candidates and postdocs at the University of Basel and is founder of Manage Science (www.managescience.ch). Since 2018, Sina is working as Project Manager Education at the AO Foundation in Davos.