Workshop | Goal-Oriented and Relaxed: Successful Doctorate with Resilience Training and Stress Management
Jul 05, 2019
from 09:00 to 05:00
|Where||Erwin-Stein-Gebäude, R. 201 (Goethestraße 58, 35390 Gießen)|
|Contact Name||Silvia Boide|
|Contact Phone||+49 641 / 99-30 025|
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Workshop organized by GCSC & Akademisches Auslandsamt (AAA)
Resilience describes the ability to cope with stress/crisis and the associated personal development. In this workshop, your first step is to focus on the advantages of a resilient lifestyle with the help of the 7 resilience factors. In the second step you sharpen your awareness of stress and its faces. You will be familiarized with models and procedures that can help you to best shape your current qualification phase. Aspects of prioritization and the setting of action and result goals are relevant in this context. In order to improve your mental resilience, it is important that you recognize and rethink your own patterns of thought. Therefore, the examination of your inner attitude towards your doctorate is an important aspect. You reflect your personal definition of meaning and become aware of your own competencies during the resource check.
After participating in the workshop you can:
- identify the 7 resilience factors and characteristics of stress.
- set and prioritize action and outcome goals.
- be more aware of your inner attitude towards your doctorate.
- name your own strengths in the respective context.
- fall back on starting points for dealing with stress.
Methods used in the workshop:
In addition to the short impulses of the trainer, the focus is on individual reflection. This is motivated by discussions. Group work and individual reflections offer the opportunity to identify individual energy sources and robbers and to create an individual catalogue of measures. The participants receive a script as a summary and with work orders for their own reflection.
Dr. Antje Friedrich-Gemkow
PhD in English Literary Studies from University of Passau; many years of teaching experience as research associate at the professorship for English Literary Studies at University of Bayreuth; trained stress consultant / stress coach (IfSE) – many years of experience in the field of higher education didactics workshops due to her work as a trainer throughout Germany
For further information:
Registration by Friday, 28 June, 12:00 pm via email obligatory: