Identify where your time goes
Identify your priorities
Identify the factors that prevent you from effectively managing your time
Learn to set achievable goals and stick to them
Learn to meet deadlines and be in control of your time
Learn to reduce and manage time related stress
Time is our most precious asset. What we do with our time is what we do with our lives. To have a good life, it is therefore important to manage one's time wisely. However, the daily life of a researcher and the demands associated with an academic career make this task difficult. There are so many things competing for our time: conducting research projects, writing papers, teaching, attending work meetings, applying for conferences, responding to other people's requests, social commitments, family, errands, etc. So much to do, so many distractions, and so much pressure to be successful!
This workshop is designed to help you manage your time and make the most of it. To this end, we will identify where your time is currently going, what your priorities are, and how to achieve your goals. You will learn simple methods to organize your time more efficiently, work smarter instead of harder, and enjoy what you do with your days.
This workshop is interactive and takes place in a relaxed atmosphere. It consists of discussions, individual and group exercises, and short presentations based on lectures. The inputs and methods taught in this workshop are easy to use, effective, and directly applicable to the participants' current situation.
Group size: max. 15 participants
The workshop will take place online via ZOOM.
Dr. Gayannée Kedia
is a researcher and teacher in social psychology and neuroscience at the Karl-Franzens University of Graz, Austria. She owns degrees in both biology and psychology and has worked for several universities in France, UK, Germany, and Austria. She is the author of many scientific articles. Parallel to her academic activity, she works as a writing coach and is the founder of abrilliantmind.blog, a blog aimed at helping scientists to be more productive and happier in their professional activity.