[ Retour ]
Titre

Embracing change and building resilience during the postdoc

Dates

31 May 2021

online

Langue EN Workshop language is English
Organisateur(s)

Graduate Campus

Intervenant(s)

Luca Allaria has worked for almost 15 years in the biomedical industry, in both large (Medtronic) and medium sized (Endologix) companies. In his career, Luca has focused on both the business aspects of his activities and on training and communication. In his international experience, he has been involved in multiple recruitment processes, both with and without the support of head-hunters.

Luca holds an MS in Biomedical Engineering and an Executive Master in Business Administration (EMBA) from the IMD Business School in Lausanne. He is certified as an Education Manager/Director and has taken multiple training courses in communication and recruitment. He is also a certified professional coach with the IDC (Institut de Coaching in Geneva).

Description

This workshop provides an opportunity for postdocs to understand what we mean by resilience, and to identify the critical domains we need to address to face change and challenging situations.

We will look at the practical strategies we can put in place to enhance our resilience, and the resources available to us through UNIL and elsewhere.

The workshop will use a variety of methods, including discussion and reflection, in plenum and in small groups. Participants are asked to come with an open mindset, and an attitude of support, respect and confidentiality.

Lieu

online

Information

Participation

This workshop is intended primarily for UNIL/CHUV postdocs.

Doctoral candidates can request registration for this workshop and will be placed on a waiting list. If a place is available in the weeks prior to the date of the workshop, we will contact you to confirm your participation.

 

Schedule

13:00 to 17:00

This is a newly created workshop: some details on the content may change between publication and the event!

Places

12

Délai d'inscription 24.05.2021
short-url short URL