Event Details

Recommended for: early career researchers who wish to reflect on their own ways of working and how to balance time and self-management

What is it about the ways we work that mean University people are more frequently close to
overwork than balance?

This interactive workshop reviews patterns of time and self management, and offers practical
suggestions for enhancing them through conscious choices based on personal and
meaningful priorities.

Specifically, you will:
• Explore your genuine priorities and motivation
• Personalise tools for time management, decision making and balance
• Find reasons we slip up and have tools for getting back on track
• Work on balance and self-preservation
• Discuss the above with peers and apply it to real situations

Style of event
The workshop is designed to make a positive difference for participants, is highly interactive
and is delivered live online. So, it requires your active contribution throughout. This will ensure
the workshop is relevant, the content is personalised and memorable, and that it all actually
fits into your practice – rather than being some nice ideas solely for a training room. With this
in mind, we ask you to come along ready to participate fully, to question, reflect and share
your thoughts on how these essential ideas and tools can be made to work for you.

This workshop will be delivered on Zoom. A url will be sent in a calendar invite 5 working days in advance.

This session is managed by Researcher Development, contact resdev@bath.ac.uk with any queries.

A record of your attendance will be uploaded to iTrent for staff development purposes. Please indicate in the ‘Specific Requirements’ box when booking if you do not wish for your attendance to be uploaded to iTrent.

Priorities, time & self-management

Date(s) - 19/10/2021
10:00 am - 1:00 pm
Not applicable – WEBINAR

Event Speaker/Organiser: Jamie McDonald Coaching and Development
Course Code: RDP-JCMD-001
Topic: Self-management
Curriculum Transformation: N/A
Bath Blend: N/A
Digital Capability: N/A
Target Audience: Staff who research

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