CAREER ORIENTATION AFTER ACADEMIA, STRENGTHS ANALYSIS, APPLICATION AND INTERVIEW TRAININGS, SELF-CARE AND SELF-LEADERSHIP
I design and facilitate engaging learning environments for people within various organisational settings and with different objectives.
FOR YOUNG RESEARCHERS AND GRADUATES:
- find orientation on the non-academic job market
- application and interview training
- self-care in the academic system
FOR TEAMS AND EMPLOYEES OF LARGER ORGANISATIONS:
- self-care as team competence and leadership skill
- Non-Violent Communication.
I decided to take part in the workshop because for quite some time, I have had doubts about whether I really want to pursue an academic career. I was looking for tools for better recognizing what is important to me and what my strengths are, as well as getting new perspectives on how my skills could be put to use outside universities. The exercises we did during the workshop gave us the opportunity to reflect on questions one usually does not dedicate time to think about, and encouragement from the other participants and Ulrike was very inspiring! After the workshop, doing the exercises at home has helped me further in the process of finding out what I would like to do professionally in the future. I would recommend this workhop to those who feel lost or would like to take a fresh look at their possibilities.
I liked the optimistic and constructive atmosphere during the workshop. The structure (3 days held at two-week intervals) was helpful and allowed for covering a wide range of topics that Ulrike prepared on demand from the group: self-presentation skills, interview training as well as strategies for career orientation. I particularly liked the variety of exercises and discussion formats. Very professional and helpful! Thank you!
Your workshop was really helpful and a very good opportunity to look back in myself, share opinions with people on similar career tracks, while having diverse backgrounds. It was a nice and new experience for me.
You taught me not to use the word “gap” in my interview role play, but I’m going to use it now. Because you really fill a gap with this workshop and I only wish we would have been granted one more day with you.
Der Nachhall über deine Arbeit mit uns ist so voller Begeisterung. Die Mischung aus Sicherheit und Offenheit, Mitteilsamkeit und Raum geben, Ernsthaftigkeit und Spaß, Fordern und Lockern – die war in deinem Training so wunderbar. Und wie gut du vorbereitet warst und trotzdem flexibel. Deine Arbeit hat viel bewirkt und du hast das Bestmögliche innerhalb des vorgegebenen Rahmens geschaffen. Danke für den Respekt, das Wohlwollen und deine Demut gegenüber dem, was du tust.