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Resilience-Training for Female Scientists. How to Transform a Crisis into a Challenge.

A workshop offered by the Gender Equality Office

In this workshop we will focus on how resilience can be learned and how it can be used for your personal growth and academic success and solutions. The key will be a training in mindfulness, based on awareness in language and in motion. After a lot of practice, movement and experimenting we might be able to look forward to our next crisis and handle our conflicts with generosity and grace.

Online-Workshop

Thursday, December 2, 2021
10:00 am – around 5:00 pm

Friday, December 3, 2021
9:00 am – around 4:00 pm

Trainer

Dr. Saskia Schottelius

Language

English

Location

Online

Target Group

Doctoral students and postdoctoral researchers

Track(s)

Research

Certificate

16 units are applicable within the "Doctorate plus" certificate

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Course Content

  • Resilience factors and resilience profile
  • Serenity is the key! Managing your resources - Awareness in motion: Meditation & Taoist movements
  • Empower yourself! Positive self-perception: perspective & language
  • Conflicts and crises: Open-minded communication skills.
  • The bamboo principle: Going with the flow - How mindfulness influences your daily working life.

Course Description

Resilience is the ability to keep on going no matter what setback or struggle comes into your way. Highly resilient people are able to rebound successfully during challenging circumstances and are always open to new learnings and new opportunities. Strengthening your resilience muscle is a skill that can lead to more
self-confidence, less stress and more effective work management in the academic context.

In this workshop we will focus on how resilience can be learned and how it can be used for your personal growth and academic success and solutions. The key will be a training in mindfulness, based on awareness in language and in motion. After a lot of practice, movement and experimenting we might be able to look forward to our next crisis and handle our conflicts with generosity and grace.

Registration via email to sekretariat@zgb.uni-bonn.de

Contact

Gender Equality Office

Contact

Dr. Martina Pottek
pottek@zgb.uni-bonn.de 

Address

Regina-Pacis-Weg 3
53113 Bonn

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