|Welcome & Networking, Good Scientific Practice & Research Integrity||13.11.2023 10:00 - 18:00 (Mo)||TUM Graduate School|
|Course 3: Future Life and Career Planning||14.11.2023 09:00 - 18:00 (Di)||Ursula Wendeberg|
|Course 3: Future Life and Career Planning||15.11.2023 09:00 - 15:00 (Mi)||Ursula Wendeberg|
Keywords: Status quo, Procrastination, Prioritisation, Work-life-balance, Guideline
Introduction to the course topics:
Do you sometimes struggle with consistently approaching upcoming tasks or decisions for the next professional and private steps?
This course offers the chance to get to know the most important orientation factors for complex life and career planning: your own strengths & values as well as lasting ideas about your own life. It uses concrete exercises on talent analysis, prioritization, values reflection and work-life balance.
It summarizes the findings of all exercises in a first draft of a so-called "life statement", with which future decisions about life and career can be made more easily.
- Awareness of strengths and values
- Ability to prioritize
- Consistent target orientation
Teaching methods: Short descriptive thematic inputs, self-reflection, exchange in small groups, discussion rounds, experience-oriented & interactive exercises on self-perception and perception of others, analysis of life paths of others, collegial counseling
Participation requirements: None.
Technical requirements: None.
Other information, notes: None.
Ursula Wendeberg, educator, political scientist, historian M.A. is a freelance trainer with a focus on life and career planning, team development and ADHD. She works with a method mix of systemic consulting, superlearning and theme-centered interaction (TCI) for universities, companies and public institutions - and is convinced that an open, appreciative and humorous atmosphere in the course significantly increases the learning success.