Unfolding your Self-Confidence
Dr. Monika Clausen / Dr. Monika Clausen & Netzwerkpartner
Date: 4 & 5 July 2019, 09:00 - 17:00
max. Participants: 17
Location: UZH, Irchel Campus, room Y10 G 03-04
Credit points: 1.0
Costs : free
Priority: none

The course "Self-marketing Skills - Improve Your Interactional Performance" has been slightly changed and has therefore also a new title: Unfolding your self-confidence: Reflecting on achievements, practicing a convincing self-presentation and learning of handling difficult social interactions.

A convincing self-presentation builds on self-confidence, awareness and proudness on achievements, and knowledge about self-sabotage traps. Often, people have prejudices against self-selling or self-marketing activities and are not aware on how to do an impressive self-presentation in a coherent way. The workshop is focusing on four main topics: reflection on self-confidence, development of communication skills, practicing self-presentation, and discussion of tips and tricks for improved self-marketing.

Content:
· Success stories: reflecting on life events and identifying self-marketing moments
· Self-presentation: exercising self-presentation in various situations
· Communication: verbal and non-verbal communication
· Social interactions: how to handle difficult situations

Objectives:
· Participants reflect on their achievements and discover sparkling moments
· Participants learn to give and get feedback
· Participants get feedback on the (first) impressions they give
· Participants reflect on their communication behaviour
· Participants learn about ways to handle difficult situations
· Participants get tools to make lasting arguments

Facilitator:
Dr. Monika Clausen, trainer and coach for industrial partners, university clients and individuals. She offers an own training curriculum covering a broad spectrum of career related topics, bringing in a rich and manifold professional background (head of shared services center, head hunter, postdoc fellow at ETH and University of Zurich, PhD plant science at the Salk Institute in San Diego)


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