presented by Betty Boden Training & Consulting
Date: 12 June & 28 June 2023
Time: 1:30 am to 6 pm
Location: Room 2.05, Charles Tanford Protein Centre (CTP), Kurt-Mothes-Straße 3a
Resilience in the workplace is the ability to cope with the demands and challenges of your day-to-day tasks, projects, and interaction with the people you work with.
Building resilience will strengthen mental health and help balance career and family life.
// Content and Topics
- Eight pillars of resilience, keys to building inner strength –
A Forward-Looking Approach, A Solution-Orientated Approach, Acceptance, Introspection, Maintaining Networks and Good Connections, Optimism, Taking Responsibility for Oneself, and Rest and Relaxation
- Seven Cs – Care, Challenge, Commitment, Composure, Confidence, Control, Cultivate forgiveness
- Practical and experiential exercises
You will have opportunity to find out where and how you want to develop your resilience.
The second part, occurring three to four weeks later, will reinforce and strengthen and discuss practice, and also assess experience post first part and suggest further practical application.
Facilitator input, small group work, introspection, sharing experience, practical application
// Organization Details
- This workshop will be organized as equality measure for female scientists but every interested person is welcome.
- The number of participants is limited to a maximum of 10.
- All participants will receive a certificate of participation.
- The seminar will be held in English.
Her concern for people and an enthusiasm for English led Betty Boden to study Educational Science and English. Several years in international companies followed and she gained experience as Coordinator in Sales and Exports and as deputy in a language school. This operational knowledge informed her bi-lingual career as facilitator and coach, and postgraduate study alongside a variety of further qualifications equipped her to support clients in various contexts e.g. universities and training institutes alongside companies.
She wholeheartedly accentuates her clients’ introspection skills so as to foster personal growth. Clients describe her sessions as effective, inspiring and rewarding, and often report enthusiasm at the high level of practical orientation. She is also well-versed in conducting seminars, coachings and workshops online.
The participation in this course is elective for PhD students related to the RTG 2498. PhD students of Martin Luther University Halle-Wittenberg are welcome to take part if free spots are available.
Registration open until 26 May 2023.