Time management in scientific research: Aligning time and goals
SR IV, CFEL
Teaching, research, grant acquisition, professional development, private arrangements and not least the scientific output: Time pressure results in many things only being half done. In the end there is not enough time for the important tasks and you are left with the uncomfortable feeling of again not having managed everything.
It is however not difficult to improve dealing with the personal time budget. Through the implementation of established time management methods, individual disturbances can be minimised, priorities can be set and planning horizons can be determined in order to make the own work more effective.
During this workshop the participants learn the fundamentals of time management and deal mainly with the following topics:
Dr. Annette Klussmann-Kolb, Nieder-Olm, is a biologist with 20 years’ experience in research and teaching. Until 2014 she was an associate professor at Johann Wolfgang Goethe-Universität Frankfurt am Main. She has published more than 50 scientific articles and has extensive experience in project management and fundraising. 2008 she was awarded the 1822 University Prize for Excellent Teaching. Currently she works as a science coach and trainer with a focus on academic career development: www.coachademics.de