February 28, 2023
9:00 am / 10:30 am
Date & Time: Tuesday, February 28, 2023, 9:00–10:30 AM
Developing a successful strategy to manage time and obligations is key to coping with an academic workload, successfully pursuing goals, and balancing personal needs and interests. Participants will practice the Getting Things Done model of time management and leave with tools to implement it in other facets of their lives.
During this session, participants will:
- Learn how to gather all of their goals and to-do’s in one place.
- Learn how to develop a system for organizing their tasks and goals.
- Learn how to prioritize the order of tasks and goals within a given timeframe.
- Learn how to build a time management routine and make it a habit.
This series of interactive workshops is designed to help trainees thrive in a research environment, deal with conflicts, and be effective leaders and team members. The topics have all been developed with a focus on research groups and the academic environment. The training will provide strategies for effective integration into a Ph.D. program, the lab, and the department, as well as, offering a forum for trainees to share experiences with peers and build community.
Certificates are available for those who complete 5 of the 6 offerings of the Leadership Series.