yDiv Career Days 2022

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iDiv Leipzig, rooms Beehive and Grand Canyon

1-2 December 2022

Doctoral and postdoctoral researchers

0.5-1 CP


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At the yDiv Career Days, doctoral and postdoctoral researchers at iDiv get the opportunity to intensively focus on their career plans. Two days consisting of workshops, individual coaching and alumni talks will help get an overview of job opportunities and inspiration for future endeavors in or outside academia.

Please find the programme here.


Day 1 (1 December)

Workshop: How to build your career strategy for academia or beyond

1 December10:00 am - 3:30 pmBeehive, iDiv Leipzig

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In order to get what you want in your career and life you first need to fi-gure out what that is – or, if what you think you want is really the right fit. I will share some ideas that help you to identify your values, transferable skills, and strengths. We will look at how you can use storytelling and networking tools to communicate what you want and to gain visibility – no matter if you want to pursue a career in academia or in other sectors. Finally, we will explore concrete examples of career paths and application strategies.

The workshop will also offer a space to discuss questions and experiences of the participants.

Lecturer

Anne Schreiter

Anne is the Executive Director of the German Scholars Organization (GSO), an independent nonprofit organisation that advises, connects, promotes, and funds researchers who want to build a career in Germany. After receiving her PhD in Organizational Sociology from the University of St. Gallen, she spent a year as postdoctoral researcher at UC Berkeley, USA.

Workshop: Using potential analysis for your career development

1 December9:00 am - 4:30 pmGrand Canyon, iDiv Leipzig

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Knowing your potential is a key asset for your career development both within and outside of academia. To gain orientation, define your goals – and eventually achieve them, it is necessary to first create awareness of your personal strengths, weaknesses, competences, and unique characteristics.
In this interactive workshop we will discover qualitative and standardized methods to evaluate your profile and potential for future development. We will use career coaching tools to help you identify your unique set of experiences, strengths, and competences. Additionally, we will use methods for individual and group assessments to see the bigger picture of your current position and the chances for future development. Finally, we will conclude the workshop with a brief outlook on how “knowing your potential” will help you navigating your career in a world of work that is defined by change, complexity, uncertainty, but also diverse chances.

Lecturer

Ludmilla Aufurth

... has 10 years of experience in training and career coaching in the private and public sector.
After pursuing her first degree in Sociology, Ludmilla obtained her master’s degree in Research in Social and Behavioral Sciences with a focus on organization studies and human resource studies. In 2018 she completed the 200h training program to become a certified systemic coach. Currently Ludmilla is working part-time at the Career Service department at Freie Universität Berlin and as a freelancer in training and career coaching mainly with academics and young professionals.

Day 2 (2 December)

Coachings

Potential analysis coaching with Ludmilla Aufurth

2 December9:00 - 12:00iDiv Leipzig, room Hotspot (A.01.17)

Contents

If you would like to deepen the topics adressed in the Potential Analysis workshop, you can do so in a 60-minute coaching with Ludmilla. Request a coaching session when registering for the workshop.

Please note that the coaching sessions are reserved for the attendees of the workshop.

Individual career coaching with Anne Schreiter

by individual appointment20-25 min per slotOnline

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If you would like to receive more advice on your personal career strategy, register for an online consultation with Anne. You can set the date with her individually.

Please note that the coaching sessions are reserved for the attendees of the workshop.

Career Lunch with iDiv alumni

2 December11:30 am - 1:30 pmiDiv Leipzig, room Beehive

Contents

Former iDiv doctoral and postdoctoral researchers now working in different sectors will talk about their career paths and give advice for your own career planning. After the talks will be a get-together with the speakers for individual talks (snacks and drinks will be provided).

Speakers

Dr Kathryn Barry

Assistant Professor at Utrecht University, the Netherlands

I am a plant community ecologist who is focused on how plants interact to combat global change and alter how ecosystems function. I try to explore these interactions both above and belowground using grassland and forest biodiversity experiments and in naturally assembled systems. I also work with models of plant communities to make theoretical experiments and understand how interactions result in some of the patterns we see in experiments and nature. 

 

Dr David Eichenberg

Scientific Officer at National Biodiversity Monitoring Centre, Leipzig

David completed his PhD in biodiversity ecosystem functions at the University of Halle-Wittenberg in 2014. He then took a position as a data manager and statistical consultant at Leipzig University and moved to iDiv in 2016, where he worked as a coordinator in the project 'sMon - Biodiversity Trends in Germany'. Since 2021, he has been working as a research assistant in the establishment staff of the National Biodiversity Monitoring Centre (NMZB) at the BfN, Leipzig site.

 

Dr Markus Germany

Data Scientist at Deutsche Bahn, Frankfurt/Main

Graduated in 2020, I already started in 2018 as a data scientist at Crif Bürgel in the area of address investigation and credit risk assessment. In my current position at Deutsche Bahn my primary focus relates to data-analytics and modelling of various data as well as the consulting of internal stake holders. Furthermore, I am interested in topics such as machine/deep learning and IT based solutions in general.

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