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REGARD Workshop: Everything begins with self-leadership


Event details

Date and time 14.09.2018 09:0017:00  
Place and room
University of Fribourg
Speaker Marie-Paule Haefliger, psychologist, business and executive coach, and trainer
Category Internal trainings
Description et objectifs
Do you sometimes feel caught up in the demands of work and life? Does your focus at times become reactive rather than proactive? Do you wish to improve your sense of balance for performing at your best? Instead of compulsively prioritizing, let’s tap into something fundamental and powerful: self-leadership!
This workshop will help you to:
  • improve your sense of control and meaning of work for sustaining your long-term motivation and performance quality,
  • develop assertive communication in order to shape a work environment that supports the expression of your full potential, and
  • structure your life dimensions in a way that allows for regeneration and sustainable performance.
  • Self-Leadership definition and overview
  • Values and motivations
  • Planning and self-care
  • Creating a work environment in order to increase your motivation
  • Communicating ideas, opinions, and conducting negotiations
  • Working with a renewed and sustainable sense of satisfaction
  • Setting realistic objectives
One-day workshop with follow-up (45 minutes individual Skype session). Theoretical inputs to the various topics linked to group, pair and individual exercises.
Target audience
Female Phd Students & Postdocs
Registration & Participation fee
Participation is free for members of partner institutions. Registration is done online and opens 6 weeks before the course begins:  http://www.unifr.ch/regard 
The REGARD programme is addressed to young female academics of the next generation and for women professors of the universities of French-speaking Switzerland, HES-SO and EPFL. The REGARD programme is organized by the gender equality offices those institutions. 
The objective of the REGARD program is to develop skills and offer concrete tools for career management and supervision. These workshops also create spaces for discussion and exchange of experiences among researchers. They also aim to increase awareness of gender equality issues in academic careers.