WORKSHOP FOR DOCTORAL STUDENTS
The network Women IN Great Sciences – WINGS – is happy to invite you to the workshop A toolbox for academic productivity and stress management!
Aim: The aims of the workshop are 1) to provide new work strategies and to shift the focus from what you are working with and the content to how you are working and the process of your work, and 2) to learn how to reduce stress levels at work.
Content: In the workshop, you will learn three productivity tools and apply them to your own work situation. The tools are easy to implement and have a large impact. In addition, you will learn about causes for stress within the academic environment and different ways to deal with it. The workshop has been much appreciated among researchers and has been given at Lund University, KTH The Royal Institute of Technology and University of California, Berkeley.
Teachers: The workshop instructors are Åsa Burman, PhD and lecturer in practical philosophy, and Johanna Clausen Ekefjärd, psychologist.
- The workshop is open to all doctoral students.
- First come, first served is applied, however, WINGS strives to have a balance of members from the Faculties of Science, Medicine and Engineering. Maximum number of participants: 20.
- Participation in the workshop is free of charge, but since this is a highly demanded workshop, registered persons who will not show up will be charged with a fee.
Date: Friday 16 February
Time: 09.00-16.00, including lunch
Location: Gamla Biskopshuset, Biskopsgatan 1, Lund
Registration: We are sorry but the workshop is fully booked! Please return to our webpage for more upcoming events!
About the teachers
Åsa Burman has a broad background and professional experience from business, academia and social entrepreneurship. Currently she is a researcher and lecturer at the Department of Philosophy, Stockholm University, and consultant within Finish on Time. She has conducted research as a Fulbright Scholar at the University of California, Berkeley, and has been a management consultant at McKinsey & Company. Åsa has a PhD in practical philosophy form Lund University, where she recently held a position as Assistant professor of human rights.
Johanna Clausen Ekefjärd is a psychologist (with the emphasis on cognitive behavioural therapy), specialized on stress. Except for her experience of working with doctoral students and stress management within the framework of Finish on Time, she has participated in a large research project at Lund University about stress. For five years, she has also worked as a coach for doctoral students at the Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences in Alnarp. Today she has a position as psychologist within the general hospital psychiatry, earlier also at Previa and Lund University.