Networking means meeting and getting to know people who are willing to share information and advice about hobbies and career and to build ongoing relationships to exchange useful information and
contacts. Above all, it means following up and keeping in touch with those who have assisted you with your work or research. Networking relationships are reciprocal: each member of the group
gives something and gets something in return at the same time.
The workshop will support the participants in their networking capabilities and career decisions. We analyze personal values, develop career goals, reflect social and professional context.
Furthermore, the participants will explore how networks and contacts are available and gain clarity of the importance of networking for their career. So resources will be perceived more
We will focus on
Self-presentation, e. g. networking on a conference (elevator speech and feedback
Definition and analysis of career goals to raise self-awareness
Analysis of obstacles and finding resources how to overcome them
Fundamentals for the formation of a network
Awareness of scientific networks and their benefits
Analysis of your own network capability and connect career targets and network