SIGN UP! Course in “Time and Stress Management for PhD candidates”, 25th April 2018.


The aim of this one-day programme is to help the participants become more aware of how they currently use and waste their time and to provide them with many techniques, ideas and best practices which will help them to improve their use of time and reduce their stress levels.

All PhD candidates at UiS are welcome to sign up for our course in “Time and Stress Management for PhD candidates”.

Date: 25th April 2018, 09.00 – 16.00, including lunch.
Location: Arne Rettedals hus, room AR T-401 (topmost floor)
Places available: 12
Course fee: Free for PhD candidates at UiS

The aim of this one-day programme is to help the participants become more aware of how they currently use and waste their time and to provide them with many techniques, ideas and best practices which will help them to improve their use of time and reduce their stress levels.

Presence is expected for the entire duration of the course. The maximum number of participants is 12, and we process the applications on a first come, first served principle. The deadline of application is 18th April 2018.

Our course instructor, Louise Rankin, has trained our PhD candidates for several years, and former participants have given her and the course very good feedback. Her background in Linguistics, Psycholinguistics, Neuro-Linguistic Programming and Speech Therapy has focused her training on communication skills and personal development.

The course language is English.

 

Course content

  • Identification of Personal Procrastinations
  • Finding Timesavers
  • The Adrenaline Lifestyle
  • Handling Stress
  • Planning for your Goals
  • Getting your Goals in Gear – motivating yourself
  • Quadrant Prioritising your Future
  • Setting Priorities

 

Course methods

The participants should be ready to discuss how and where they waste their own and others’ time and to acknowledge some of the less effective sides of themselves. Concrete exercises on solving these issues and on working effectively with the prioritising techniques will give them excellent skills on which to base their future time management.

If you wish to participate, please sign up here.

Please notice that the registration is binding. 


Sist oppdatert av Hildegard Nortvedt (12.04.2018)

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