How is your work-life balance? Can you keep up the motivation and commitment in your professional life with no stress? Where does your positive energy come from in your everyday life – and what drains it? If you are interested in tools to handle these issues, join our workshop for PhD students.

2018.05.15 | Nanna Maria Elgaard Pedersen

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The workshop provides information on factors that promote well-being and gives input to what you can do to stay motivated and reduce stress in your everyday life. You will also learn more about what stress is, and how to prevent or cope with it. Finally, you will get the opportunity to reflect on how you spend and prioritize your time and whether your tasks can be scheduled more efficiently.

The workshop will be a combination of presentations, exercises and dialogue. The exercises will be both individual and two and two, and it gives you the opportunity to meet and work with colleagues from other departments at Science & Technology.

The workshop will be held in English by psychologist Sanne Schou in collaboration with GSST and the PhD association PHAUST.

There will be served coffee, tea and sandwiches.

The workshop will be held on Thursday 31 May 2018 at 9.30-13.00, building 1525, room 626.

Max. number of participants: 25.

Registration no later than Thursday 24 May 2018 via this link:

Cancellation no later than Monday 28 April 2018. Please note there is a DKK 250 ‘no show fee’.

PhD students, Talent development
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