How to Manage Your Time as a Researcher
Developing effective working habits may help you become more productive and reduce your stress levels. This workshop provides ideas and practical tools on how to improve your working habits and tackle common challenges as interruptions etc.
Icons: Arafat Uddin, Jaime Serra (the Noun project)
Part 1: Spring-clean your current schedule
Interactive session discussing strategies and tools to improve current working habits, particularly around challenges such as
- prioritising constructively
- making time for writing
- managing interruptions
- managing email and other communications
- effectively running multiple projects at the same time
Part 2: Using planning to increase your productivity
Presentation and exercises introducing different planning strategies to optimise time management and focus on working productively.
Registration deadline: 30 November
You will receive the Zoom link the day before the event.
About the presenter: Dr. Kerstin Fritsches
A lack of effective career training for PhDs led Kerstin to found PostdocTraining in 2011, to bridge a gap in professional development by providing support tailored specifically for PhD students and postdocs. PostdocTraining delivers career development support and mentoring for researchers worldwide and Kerstin has become a sought-after workshop facilitator on topics such as career planning and research leadership both in Europe and Australia.
Testimonials from former participants
“Really enjoyable, useful with a number of tools and practice points to implement immediately. Thanks, great program to help established and developing Research Leaders.”
“Many practical tips & tools so most people would find something of use. Nice balance of interactive activities and ‘lecturing’.”
“Constructive insight; comfortable, open-to-talk atmosphere; consistent with its topic and expectations; fun, promoting interaction with others; helped me to identify my own self better and in a more quantitative way.”
”Very nice to check own personality through different exercises. Also good to know what is expected of a good leader in academia.”