Target Audience: Researchers and students. Faculty and administration members are also welcome.
Session format: E-workshop.
Facilitator: Dr. Philipp Gramlich, the co-founder of NaturalScience.Careers.
Negotiations are a crucial success factor for all types of careers, no matter if we negotiate about salary, contracts, working conditions or when trying to solve a conflict. Some people are afraid of negotiations or dislike them for fear of having to be sleazy in order to 'win'.
Don´t worry, in this course, you´ll learn to use negotiation principles, which will further your relationships. They will help you to be assertive without using elbow and which are applicable in a very broad range of situations.
In this course you will learn:
- Harvard Principles in real life.
- Applying these principles to tricky cases.
- 'Simple' case: Salary negotiations.
- Analyze own cases (negotiations, conflicts) using these principles.
About making notes during the course:
All participants receive a script of the course in PDF format for offline and future use so that they can work through the material offline as well as after the course.
Registration is required. Spaces are limited to 25 participants.
The priority will be given to Researchers and Students who has been attending previous professional development workshops.
Registration Deadline: March 26th 2021.
To register CLICK HERE.
About the speaker:
Dr. Philipp Gramlich has studied and researched chemistry (>1800 citations, Researchgate 2019) at five universities in Germany, Australia and Scotland. He gained experience in industry, first at baseclick, a biotechnology start-up and later at Eurofins Genomics as a teamleader R&D, QC and Analytics, being responsible for up to 22 staff.
Since 2016, he is fully focusing on his work as co-founder of NaturalScience.Careers. He specializes in seminars and talks about career development, leadership and gender in science.
Since 2016, he regularly writes career columns for Nachrichten aus der Chemie.
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