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Women in Science -Talk and Power - Who Gets Heard and Why

Oct 05, 2020 - Nov 02, 2020

2-day workshop, 05 October 2020 and 02 November 2020

Instructor: Betty Boden

This workshop is part of  the “Workshop Series: overcoming challenges related to diversity in science” organized by the IGK CRC 1078 Protonation Dynamics in Protein Function and the iRTG CRC/TRR 227 Ultrafast Spin Dynamics and is open for all female members of the SFB 1078 and SFB/TRR 227, regardless of their position.

This workshop will examine the ‘rules of the game’ determining success or failure in a largely male-dominated environment. Routine examples from the working environment will demonstrate those communication strategies and behaviours – typically seen as masculine or feminine – that can drive a career up or down. 

Participants will be given strategies to use these differences to their advantage and tactics to avoid the pitfalls so as to be able to manoeuvre around career hurdles, and try them out in active simulations of examples from the workplace. They will also learn how to parry likely buzzwords, clichés and put-downs, and discuss effective strategies in thought and action to counter tricky career situations. 

The workshop will take place online in an interactive format. 

Registration deadline: September 10, 2020

Link for registration: http://www.sfb1078.de/igk2/Courses/PM_Registration/index.html

Time & Location

Oct 05, 2020 - Nov 02, 2020

FU Berlin - Department of Physics