This workshop is designed to fit the needs of scientists in the Life
Sciences. Key concepts and terms in project management will be
introduced and the participants will have many opportunities to
immediately apply what they have learned to their current projects. The
participants will learn, for example, how to properly plan a project, how to
define goals, how to organize their workdays to achieve their goals and
how to have effective meetings. Additonally, we will talk about
expectations and responsibilities that come along when you take on a
project. Often, these are not explicitly communicated and can lead to
frictions during the course of a project. At the end of the workshop, the
particpants will have clarity about their next steps to move their project
Methodology: Theoretical and practical input by the trainer, working in small groups and individually
Target audience: Doctoral Candidates with less experience in project management.
Maximal number of participants: 12
Next Workshop: May 11, 2021, 9.00 a.m. - 5.00 p.m.
Please check that your PC meets the requirements beforehand (microphone, camera, Internet connection).
For the workshop 1 CP for transferable skills training can be credited.