Zielgruppe/ Target group:
PhD-students of the GGG, other PhD-students if free places are available
19.02. + 26.02.2014
(9:30 - 17:00)
Tagungszentrum an der Historischen Sternwarte, Geismar Landstr. 11, großer Seminarraum
Teilnehmendenzahl/ Available seats: 16
Kurssprache/ Course language: English
DozentIn/Lecturer: Prof. Dr. Gardenia Alonso (act international)
Inhalte der Veranstaltung/ Seminar’s objectives:
To successfully tackle the challenges of today's multicultural academic and professional landscape, researchers have to be able to facilitate difficult conversations and manage intercultural work situations and conflicts effectively. Building the capacity to mediate successfully with differing cultural perspectives is a critical component for creating and maintaining sustainable professional relationships and performance in this field. Designed as an interactive workshop, this training provides participants with essential cross-cultural skills for building collaborative relationships and work effectively in the field of science and research. Using hands-on exercises and simulation role-plays, participants will identify and analyze personal approaches to different intercultural situations, practice giving presentations to an international audience considering intercultural aspects, build their capacity as facilitators and problem-solvers in international research teams and increase their cross-cultural competency.
Credits: 2 Credits
complete and active participation within the training; individual presentation + short report
Die Anmeldung beginnt am/ Application starts 18.11.2013 - 19.01.2014
Anmeldung nur unter/ Application only via: firstname.lastname@example.org
Weitere Informationen zu diesem Kurs erhalten Sie bei/ Contact for more information: Dr. Manuel Thiel, fon: +551 39-10952
This course is organised by the "KMU-Netzwerk" of the GGG and funded by the European Union (European regional development fund (ERDF)).