Female Science Talents workshops

The Female Science Talents’ two- and three-hour workshops are designed to empower women to set themselves ambitious goals and develop their own leadership strategies. The series brings the Talents into contact with top-class trainers, high-profile role models, and peers – some of whom are just one step ahead, to model a possible next stepping stone. Our short online workshops cover topics such as “Hidden Ambitions”, “Uncertainty and Leadership” and many more. We are constantly developing new bespoke workshops to help our participants advance in their careers and provide insights into gender diversity issues in science.

 

Female Talents in Science: #InspireYourTeam

You are a woman and a researcher, and are eager to learn how to build up your own team, identify possible conflicts in teams and employ the best strategies to address them?

Then this Female Science Talents workshop is for you! The workshop will focus on how to build up a team for a research project or a start-up. Together with our certified coach you will also explore how best to address conflicts in your team. This includes learning how to identify the root causes of conflict and select the best strategies with which to solve them. You will leave this workshop with a better understanding of how to establish a productive and supportive working environment. The workshop will include interactive discussions and group exercises together with your peers.

The workshop is aimed at both women scientists with leadership experience and those who would like to take on a leadership role. The event is moderated by one coach and hosted by the Falling Walls Foundation. It is free of charge and limited to 25 participants.

 

**Registration is now open**

 

Workshop’s date:

14 October 2022

3.00 pm – 6.00 pm CEST

Female Talents in Science: #IWantToBuildMyBusiness

Are you are a woman and researcher with a million-dollar start-up idea, or do you want to know how to build a business?

Then this workshop is for you! In this workshop you will learn how to develop a customer-oriented business model around your idea and turn it into a ready-to-buy product. This 3 hour workshop doesn’t require any preparation or prior knowledge: if you have an idea – great, if not – no problem. You will develop the ability to apply the methods to any idea you may have in the future.

During this workshop you will meet peers with same ambitions and similar career paths to exchange ideas with. After this workshop buzzwords like “customer-focused”, “full-blown business”, “scalable ecosystem”, and “platform approach” will no longer puzzle you. This workshop is hosted by two coaches and the Falling Walls Foundation and is designed for 25 participants. Register now for this free workshop and find out what kind of business you really want to have as a female science talent.

 

**Registration for Part III is now closed**

 

Workshop dates:

Part 1: 12 July 2022

Part 2: 09 August 2022

Part 3: 13 September 2022

 

Time:

3.00 pm – 6.00 pm CEST

Female Talents in Science: #thepowerofconnection

You are a female scientist, and you want to be your authentic self and find an empowering position as a leader and a researcher?

This workshop will focus on the dimensions of power that shape our professional lives and the frameworks you can use to empower yourself. Sometimes, your individual professional challenges are systemic and sometimes they are network dependent. Employing philosophical arguments and interactive exercises, our coach will teach you how to tell the difference and how best to deal with these challenges.

This workshop is aimed at both women scientists with leadership experience and those who would like to take on a leadership role. The event is moderated by one coach and hosted by the Falling Walls Foundation. It is free of charge and limited to 25 participants. Our goal is for you to leave the workshop feeling motivated and inspired by having gained actionable insights concerning leadership and personal growth. Register now to secure your place.

 

** New dates will be scheduled soon**

Female Talents in Science: #iwanttolead

You are a woman, a passionate researcher, and you want to lead? Then these Female Science Talents Workshops are for you! Discover your potential to inspire people with your personality and research. Discuss career opportunities and unveil your capacities as women in science with your peers. Learn to formulate and present your ambition in a pitch training.

During this workshop you will meet role models with great career paths to learn from. After this workshop you will feel prepared to let decision makers and recruiters know that you want to lead and you are confident about your ambition. This workshop is hosted by two coaches and the Falling Walls Foundation and designed for 25 participants. Select a date and register now for this workshop for free and find out what kind of career you really want to have as a female science talent.

 

** New dates will be scheduled soon**

Uncertainty and Leadership in Science: #iwanttolead

You are a woman and a passionate researcher? You already know the uncertainty of leadership? Find out how to gain clarity in uncertain situations with regards to leadership in academia. Discuss your experience of leadership in science with your fellow peers. Learn how to rise above the noise and become crystal clear about the internal and external framework. Let our coaches help you identify your personal resources and how you can best use them to become an inspiring leader and an ambitious scientist.

This workshop is aimed at both women scientists with leadership experience and those who would like to take on a leadership role soon. In this workshop, you will get the opportunity to meet and hear insights from role models with leadership experience. This workshop is moderated by two coaches and hosted by the Falling Walls Foundation. It is free and limited to 25 participants. Register now to secure your place. We hope you will leave the workshop feeling motivated and inspired to shape a successful career for yourself as a woman and a leader in science.

 

** This workshop is currently not scheduled**

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