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Workshop: Leadership for scientists

The focus of the workshop is to support young leaders in science. You will learn, about the four laws of leadership in science and the four laws of lateral leadership.
Wann 25.09.2018 um 09:00 bis
26.09.2018 um 17:00
Wo GGL Seminar room 24, Leihgesterner Weg 52, 35392 Giessen
Name
Kontakttelefon 0641 99 47278
Teilnehmer Postdocs from the life sciences
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Trainer Details:

„As scientists we focus on the results, as trainers we focus on the process.“

Dr. Schiller is a full-time trainer for transferable skills with Schiller & Mertens. He is a “Certified Facilitator” with the Thiagi Group and member in the “Berufsverband für Training, Beratung und Coaching” (BDVT). His experience as researcher and group leader enables him to focus on the real needs of scientists. Moreover, he uses examples from everyday life in the laboratory. From his courses given so far, graduate students, postdocs, junior group leaders, lecturers, professors, and directors feedback that they can directly apply in everyday life what they learned in his workshops. Dr. Schiller gathered a 16-years teaching experience at LMU Munich (D), EPF Lausanne (CH), UC Santa Cruz (USA), and FSU Jena (D, Lehr-Zertifikat Advanced, Habilitation in 2015, Venia legendi in Inorganic Chemistry).

The DFG Heisenberg fellow Dr. Schiller was a junior professor from 2009 to 2017. He has authored more than 40 publications. He was granted more than € 1.75 Mio funding and is involved in several EU and DFG projects, e.g. ITN “LogicLab” and research unit FOR 1738 “Heme and heme degradation products” (hhdp.uni-jena.de).

www.schiller-chemistry.de

www.scientistsneedmore.de

 

Objectives / Intended Learning Outcomes:

To provide group leaders with an opportunity to build their understanding, skills and confidence in leadership in science. Take home messages are given as “Four Laws of …”.

 

Four Laws of Leadership in Science

  • Adopt a situational leadership style
  • Feedback is the most important leadership style
  • Prevent, resolve, deescalate and escalate conflicts
  • Write your lab´s “constitution”

Four Laws of Lateral leadership

  • Clarify the destination point and see the big picture
  • Associate with people and acknowledge them
  • Learn continuously from your peers
  • Challenge the status quo and connect the dots

 

Content:

DAY 1

DAY 2

Leadership tasks, styles and values

Leadership, delegation, feedback

Project management in science

SMART strategies and goals

Mentorship

Social awareness and intercultural competence

Communication in collaborations, networking

Group dynamics, interaction with team members

Hiring and retaining staff

Conflict management: prevention and resolution

 

Methods:

A balanced and structured program of interactive lectures, challenging activities outside of the “comfort zone” and review sessions will provide a variety of first-hand learning situations allowing participants to identify and take away relevant lessons (e.g. with Practical Advice Cards). The facilitator is a habilitated scientist and successful group leader in chemistry.

 

Requirements:

Participants need to be open for reflection and changing the perspective.

Further Information:

A deck of cards with 52 pieces of advice in “How to start your own lab” is available for 20 €.

 
Modalities:
Internal (JLU & MARA Members) 50 EUR

External 150 EUR

Registration:

At , deadline 03.09.2018.

Please note that your registration is binding. You may cancel your registration up to twelve days before the beginning of the course without providing specific reasons. Thereafter, you will be required to pay the attendance fee even if you do not attend the course.

Organizer:
Postdoctoral Programme of the GGL

Contact:

Martin Blaser

Phone: 0641 99 47278
Martin.Blaser@ggl-uni-giessen.de

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