Postdocs of all disciplines who want to lead complex projects and/or prepare for a career in science management.
This multi-dimensional task requires a lot. Setting priorities, having discipline, and being able to say "no" are just a few of them.
The first part is about guiding your own research group, the second part deals with positioning the research group. The workshop covers questions such as: How to handle difficult conversations with colleagues, staff members and superiors? What can I do to earn respect as a leader? How do I form a motivated group which allows everyone to work with utmost independence and innovation? Why do people react in such unforeseen ways?
The second part deals with the positioning of the research group and a leadership style that matches one's own personality. Topics include personnel selection, power and resource struggles, negotiations with third-party funding agencies. How do I conduct difficult conversations with colleagues, employees and superiors?
Part 2 "Positioning my research group"
Postdocs, research group leaders
Exercises from drama-based training, role-play, personality structures according to the Structogram® system, motivational talks, individual and group exercise, feedback
2 x 2 days