Wellbeing Workshops for Women Researchers
This fall, BIST wants to make sure that our women researchers are ready to tackle any challenge that they may face in their daily life and in their career. These workshops are the natural follow-up of the sessions that our Mothers of Science did some months ago, and also part of our WellBIST programme, aimed at providing resources, training and psychological support to our community. Because all this, we are offering four different workshops for women working in the BIST centres.
These workshops offer a place to reflect and learn in a collaborative way, surrounded by other professionals, with the aim of sharing and increasing the skills, resources and strategies to face daily challenges. These activities promote the exchange among participants, the formation of synergies and the empowerment of the participants, in a proactive and collaborative session.
Victòria Conesa, Director of Onbalance
This is your workshop if you are planning to be a positive leader, a role model for your collaborators. You will find a space where all participants can share their strengths and be aware of their tools and resources already in use. These will be used as a starting point to move towards your goals and to help you get the boost in confidence you may need. We will work on the skills needed to become a sustainable and healthy leader, and how to work in focused teams, making sure that stress is minimized, and wellbeing achieved.
Each workshop will accommodate a maximum of 10 attendees. You need to register individually to each one of them using the registration form. Once we receive your registration, we will confirm if you have been finally allocated a seat and will proceed with the technical details. Available slots will be distributed depending on the time of registration and ensuring a fair distribution amongst centres.
Cancellation policy: If you are not be able to come, let us know with a minimum of 48 hours from the first session so we can offer your seat to another participant.
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