Coaching Topics

Academic Career Development

  • On the way to academic independence/professorship
  • Matching clinical and research career
  • Exit from academia - Competence-oriented career counseling
  • Designing your own position - Job Crafting
  • Career goal: Science management
  • Career goal: Science communication
  • Strategy development (e.g. Plan A/Plan B)
  • Reconciliation of professional und private life
  • Vision development
  • Preparation for the appointment process and "auditions"
  • Values-based shaping of the science career - Career Crafting
  • Professional networking and visibility
  • Transition from current field of activity to another field of work

Reflective and Balanced Self-Leadership

  • Mindfulness, presence & aliveness  
  • Authenticity & integrity
  • Balancing between authentic autonomy and community
  • From fragmentation to integration and connectedness
  • Recognizing and maintaining one's own boundaries  
  • Giving space to creation & creativity
  • Integration of heart and mind
  • Constructive overcoming of crises
  • Life-balance & Well-being
  • Motivation
  • Solution-oriented regulation and integration of feelings & emotions
  • Prioritization and complexity management
  • Resource-oriented role management
  • Self-organization in everyday life
  • Selfworth stabilization & self-appreciation
  • Self-efficacy & pro-activity
  • Stress reduction
  • Dealing with change
  • Cultivating connectedness
  • Further development of resilience

Further Development of Social Competencies

  • Developing collegiality & cooperativeness
  • Conversation and negotiation skills
  • Relevance of psychological safety
  • Setting boundaries - saying no!
  • Gender competence
  • Intercultural awareness - Third Culture Building
  • Communication at eye level - in a hierarchical system -
  • Conflict management
  • Constructive handling of difficult colleagues and supervisors
  • Facilitation - as a communication tool -
  • Proactive networking - dealing constructively with visibility traps -
  • Showing up - Dealing with fragility -
  • Productive collaboration
  • Dealing professionally with competition
  • Dealing with role conflicts

 

Further Development of Leadership, Supervision and Management Skills

Analysis and improvement of supervision & management work at the

  1.     Directional level (goals, milestones, strategies)
  2.     Structural level (roles, responsibilities, tasks)
  3.     Process level (coordination, cooperation, communication)
  4.     Interpersonal level (security, affiliation, trust, motivation)

Development of a professional-authentic care/leadership style

  • Experience & competence based supervision/leadership profile
  • Comfort zone-based leadership & supervision
  • Context appropriateness (organization, culture, stakeholders, situation, personalities, responsibilities)
  • Motivation of students, doctoral candidates and employees
  • Relevance of psychological safety

Other aspects

  •  Establish meeting and communication culture
  •  Managing change
  •  Lateral leadership
  •  Professional moderation of meetings and processes
  •  Project management
  •  Top-down and bottom-up approaches
  •  Transition from the current field of activity to another task or work area
  •   Dealing with role conflicts in a leadership/supervision context