Helmholtz Network Newsletter 08|2020
in the following we would like to inform you about upcoming dates and news from the Helmholtz Network and Helmholtz Headquarters in Berlin.
With best regards,
Your Talent Management Team
Korinna Strobel, Julia Eberhardt, Johannes Freudenreich, Mandy Ritsche, Esther Strätz und Irena Wiederspohn
1. Helmholtz Leadership Academy online: "Effective Leadership in Uncertain Times"
The next instalment of our online format "Effective Leadership in Uncertain Times" will take place on October 1 and 6, this time discussing team diversity.
Please note: This instalment takes place in German.
Produktiver Umgang mit Unterschiedlichkeit im Team
1. und 6. Oktober, jeweils 14:00 – 15:00 h
Welche Dimensionen von Unterschieden können in einem Team auftreten? Wie entsteht Energie aus diesen Unterschieden und wird für das Team nutzbar gemacht? Wie erkenne und überwinde ich eigene Vorurteile?
Participation is limited to 18 people. Please register only, if you can attend both sessions. Thank you. To prepare for the two sessions, you should plan about 60 minutes.
Register now at email@example.com!
Approximately 1 week before the first session, you will receive further information on the planned sessions. Approx. 2 days before the first session, you will receive the invitation link for both zoom meetings. If a topic is fully booked, we will inform you directly.
If you have any questions, please contact Irena Wiederspohn, Manager Talent Networks, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
2. Start-Up Days 2020 – Digital Edition
Aspiring entrepreneurs take note: On September 28, the four major non-university research institutions - Fraunhofer, Helmholtz, Leibniz and Max Planck - will once again hold their annual Start-up Days - this year in the form of a compact, one-day online seminar.
Further information can be found here.
In case of any questions, please contact Julian Alexandrakis, Manager Transfer and Innovation, at email@example.com.
3. Helmholtz General Assembly 2020: October 12, 2:00 pm
This year, the Helmholtz General Assembly takes you on a very special – online - journey to Berlin, Bremerhaven and Brussels:
In Berlin, we will talk to Federal Minister Anja Karliczek about current challenges in science. Afterwards, our corona experts will report on the progress being made in the development of active ingredients and vaccines. A very special highlight will be the return of our research vessel Polarstern from the spectacular Arctic expedition MOSAiC to Bremerhaven, which we will be able to witness live. Reinhold Messner talks to a crew member about climate change and borderline experiences. Afterwards, we will travel to Brussels, where we will have EU Commissioner Mariya Gabriel as our guest on the occasion of the German EU Council Presidency. She will discuss with researchers the question of how quantum technologies could revolutionize the world of science. The final highlight will be the announcement of this year’s Erwin Schrödinger Prize winners.
Register now at www.helmholtz.de/jt2020 and join us live and online!
4. You’ve got News?
You have recently changed jobs, received an award for your work – or are planning an event that might be of interest to other people in the network? Then please let us know!
If you send us a short paragraph about your achievement or news and preferably also a recent picture of you (including copyright info), we will include it in the next Network Newsletter!
Please send your contribution to firstname.lastname@example.org. Thank you.