Erasmus Women in Academia
The aim of the program is to enable each of the participants to discover more about themselves through interacting with other highly talented female academics in a challenging but pleasant environment and build their networks. Key topics of the program are: leadership, effective communicating, leveraging your networks, negotiations and power and influence.
For: Female assistant and associate professors at EUR
This training covers the following topics: functions and formulas, pivot tables and graphs, databases and macros.
This course equips you with general, evidence-based knowledge about stress, stress consequences and stress management methods to enable you to mind your health in stressful situations more effectively. When discussing stress management methods, the course will in particular focus on the power of physical exercise as stress regulation mechanism and provide advice on how to get/remain physically active.
Intervision is a valuable way to discuss cases from your work setting with colleagues with a similar position. Participants learn from each other by asking questions, sharing experiences, supporting each other and by deep reflection.
In this short practical training, you will learn how to regain control over your emails, to process your email correspondence quicker and get a better overview of your tasks.
Mindfulness meditation is a way to focus your attention on what is there at the present moment. By being more conscious about how you react to a situation emotionally and physically, you can identify stress quicker. That gives you the chance to handle it more consciously instead of reacting out of habit or reflex and thus to respond to difficult situations in a more adequate way.
In this training, we invite you to uncover and examine your own talents, ambitions and limitations in an experiential manner. We will establish a link between your personal goals and professional challenges.
Bursting mailboxes and to-do lists, unexpected distractions, unrealistic planning and demanding environment: “simply” doing your work is probably a daily challenge for you. Your own procrastination, perfectionism or uncontrolled helpfulness possibly contribute to it. In three intervision and training sessions, you will increase your self-knowledge, experience what is important to you and get insights in how to influence your environment.
Below you`ll find trainings you can follow as part of your career development and/or suggest to your employees as a supervisor.
Job crafting means making adjustments to create a better fit between your work and yourself as a person. In this workshop, you will learn about the effect of a good work perception and how you can influence it. In doing so we combine scientific insights on happy working with practically oriented components targeted at your (personal) development within your work.
The goal of this training is to gain insight into the possibilities of LinkedIn. Getting to know the market better and becoming less dependent on available vacancies by exploring the market proactively, discovering interesting (unknown) organisations, finding and following the right contact persons, and having a technically easily findable profile so that you can also be found by the market.
In this training, you learn to network in a (more) conscious way. You begin with naming your added value and ambition. Then you learn to communicate about yourself clearly and efficiently in a conversation, at work and on social media.
Your Next Step answers questions such as: Who am I? What can I do and what do I want? How do I get there? In this training, you will create an up-to-date self-image, formulate your next step in your career and write a plan to realise your wish.