Workshop Personal leardership: making choices (EN)

Are you looking for a way to make good, well-thought-out (study) choices? Do you wonder how to make the 'right choice' and what to do if it turns out to be the wrong one? In this training, we will dive into the process of decision-making. We will provide you with a model that can assist you in this process and work on some components of this model. By the end of the workshop, you will know what it takes to make a decision.

“This workshop is useful for anyone who wants to learn how to gain a good overview in making an informed decision.”

What will we be doing in the workshop?

During the workshop we will discuss the process of making a decision, what is difficulty in making decisions and how you can deal with that (personal leadership). This workshop is developed for students of the faculty of medicine and the graduate school of life sciences.

“It brings you closer to your choice or helps you discover what you need to be able to actually make that decision.”

“It's nice to learn that there are multiple ways to reach Rome, and that taking a detour is not a problem.”

Dates and registration

The workshop takes place on the dates below, from 5.30-8.30 PM (dinner break included, bring your own). Click on the links below for registration for one of the upcoming workshops:

  • June 18, 2024. Time: 5:30-8:30 PM. Trainers: Simone Schut and Marte Otter. Registration form


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