Die GmbH – von der Gründung bis zum Exit

Trainer: Dr. Jan Kreklau
Termin: 02.05.2019, 15:00 – 18:30
Eigenbeteiligung: 15 EUR
Ort: Maschinenwesen, Boltzmannstr. 15, 85748 Garching, Raum 2142

Nicht selten landen Promovierende nach ihrer Promotion direkt in verantwortlichen Positionen in Unternehmen. Verlangt werden dann auch Kenntnisse in rechtlichen und finanziellen Bereichen, die deutlich über das hinausgehen, was während der Ausbildung und Promotion angeeignet wurde.

Im Kamingespräch wird Dr. Jan Kreklau, Rechtsanwalt der wirtschaftsrechtlichen Kanzlei „Weiss • Walter • Fischer- Zernin“, aus seiner Praxis berichten. Ziel ist es, den Teilnehmenden Begriffe und Vorgänge aus dem Alltag von Unternehmer/innen,  Geschäftsführer/innen oder eines Existenzgründers näherzubringen und sie so für möglicherweise anstehende Aufgaben zu sensibilisieren.

Im Einzelnen soll auf folgende Punkte eingegangen werden:

• Kriterien für die Rechtsformwahl eines Unternehmens
• von der Gründung bis zum Exit – Leben einer GmbH
• der/die Geschäftsführer/in – Rechte, Pfl ichten, Haftung
• Unternehmenstransaktionen – Kauf und Verkauf von Unternehmen

Die Teilnehmenden haben Gelegenheit, Fragen zu stellen und eigene Themen in die Diskussion einzubringen.

ANMELDUNG

Bewerbungstraining

Trainer: Monique Spann
Termin: 06.05.2019, 09:00 - 17:00 & 07.05.2018, 09:00 - 17:00
Eigenbeteiligung: 40 EUR
Ort: Maschinenwesen, Boltzmannstr. 15, 85748 Garching, Raum 2101

Sie sind in der Endphase Ihrer Promotion und werden bald neue berufliche Herausforderungen außerhalb der Wissenschaft suchen? Sie kennen Ihre Stärken und Kompetenzen, sind sich aber nicht sicher, wie Sie diese überzeugend in einer Bewerbung oder in einem Vorstellungsgespräch rüberbringen und einsetzen?

In diesem Workshop lernen Sie, wie Sie sich sowohl in Ihren Bewerbungsunterlagen wie auch im Vorstellungsgespräch professionell und ansprechend präsentieren können. Sie erfahren, wie Sie im Vorstellungsgespräch einen gewinnenden Einstieg gestalten und wie Sie typische Fragen einer/s HR-Managers/in überzeugend und selbstbewusst beantworten können. Es werden praktische Übungen durchgeführt und ein Vorstellungsgespräch simuliert.

Nach dem Workshop

  • wissen Sie, wie Sie eine gute Struktur im Lebenslauf und Anschreiben übereinstimmend mit der Stellenausschreibung schaffen
  • wissen Sie, wie Sie in ein gutes Einstellungsgespräch starten und typische Fragen in einem Einstellungsinterview überzeugend und authentisch beantworten können
  • haben Sie die Situation des Einstellungsgesprächs geübt und Feedback erhalten. Wichtig: Bitte bringen Sie Ihre aktuellen Bewerbungsunterlagen (auf Deutsch oder Englisch) zum Workshop mit, um individuelles Feedback zu erhalten.

 

ANMELDUNG

Career Success: The most important things to know about (Un-)conscious Bias and other hindrances in the New World of Work (workshop for women)

Trainer: Barbara von Graeve
Date: 08.05.2019, 09:30 – 17:30 & 09.05.2019, 09:30 – 17:30
Financial contribution: 40 EUR
Location:
Maschinenwesen, Boltzmannstr. 15, 85748 Garching, Room 2142

Women face different hindrances on their way to the C-Level than men. Even if the business world
is changing rapidly, especially in the course of digitalization and demographic change, the framework in most of the companies is still coined by men.

What does this mean for the women who choose the career track? In this workshop we identify the special hindrances for women in their careers and private lives. We discuss the influence of (un-)conscious biases on career decisions and develop options to handle them.  

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Personal Branding: Be self-confident and visible in the New World of Work! (workshop for women)

Trainer: Barbara Lutz
Date:
16.05.2019, 09:30 – 17:30 & 17.05.2019, 09:30 – 17:30
Financial contribution: 40 EUR
Location:
Room 003, MSE, Lichtenbergstr. 4a, 85748 Garching

Our world of work changes rapidly, especially in the context of digitalization and globalization. The so-called New World of Work provides new challenges but also great chances. Especially for women who are ready to take them.
What kind of expertise do you want to be known for in science or in business? For most of us personal branding and self-marketing is a big step out of our comfort zone but the most successful way to shape our career. In our interactive workshop, we develop a personal brand for every participant. Based on the analysis of your strengths, interests, goals and values, we will define your individual Unique Selling Point and discuss the communication channels that suit your personality and your target group. At the end of these two days you will take a “first-step(s)-plan” with you.

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Career Planning: Know your strengths and find your goals in the New World of Work! (workshop for women)

Trainer: Barbara von Graeve
Date:
27.05.2019, 09:30 – 17:30 & 28.05.2019, 09:30 – 17:30
Financial contribution: 40 EUR
Location:
Room 1002, MSE, Lichtenbergstr. 4a, 85748 Garching

Our world of work changes rapidly, especially in the course of digitalization. Career planning is getting more and more complex. Even more so for women.
In our interactive workshop we develop a holistic view on the topic career with the aim to get clarity and confidence for your individual career path. Based on the analysis of your strengths, wishes, interests, goals and values, we will define your personal USP, strengthen your awareness for your career planning and develop concrete next steps for this.

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Collaboration & Negotiation: How to achieve your goals in the New World of Work (workshop for women)

Trainer: Barbara Lutz
Date: 25.06.2019, 09:30 – 17:30 & 26.06.2019, 09:30 – 17:30
Financial contribution: 40 EUR
Location: TBD

The rapid change of our world of work demands new concepts for our daily work as well as new strategies for a successful career. Collaboration seems to be a key-factor for both. It is much more than teamwork, it is interdisciplinary, inter-hierarchical, temporary and pragmatic. What does this mean for a successful career in the New World of Work?
What kind of skills are needed? How do you set your goals? In this workshop we will identify the negotiation strategies you need to defend your own interests and reach your personal goals in a collaborative environment.

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Job Application - Cover Letter, CV and Job Interview

Trainer: Monique Spann

Date: 01.07.2019, 09:00 – 17:00 & 02.07.2019, 09:00 – 17:00

Financial contribution: 40 EUR

Location: Room 1002, MSE, Lichtenbergstr. 4a, 85748 Garching

Will you finish your doctorate soon and are you looking for new career challenges outside the world of academia? Are you aware of your strengths and wide-ranging skills, but not sure how to apply them in a job application or in a job interview?

In this workshop, we will focus on the professional presentation of your skills in a résumé, a cover letter and during a job interview. For the job interview the workshop will address the following topics: a convincing introduction, the most common questions and the thorough preparation for an interview. We will do a role-play with you in order to simulate a job interview situation.

After the workshop you will know

  • how to structure your résumé and write an excellent cover letter according to a job description
  • applications differ depending on the country you are applying in
  • to present yourself confidently and convincingly in a job interview.

Important: Please bring your current documents (cover letter, résumé) with you to get individualized feedback.

Leaving Academia

Trainer: Dr. Dieta Kuchenbrandt
Date: 19.07.2019, 09:00 – 17:00
Financial contribution: 20 EUR
Location: Maschinenwesen, Boltzmannstr. 15, 85748 Garching, Room 2142

With more and more junior researchers trying to stay in academia, permanent academic positions are becoming increasingly competitive. Faced with this employment bottle-neck, many young academics cannot – or choose not to – compete on the academic job market. On the other hand, a large percentage of doctoral candidates plan for a career outside academia from the onset of their doctorate.

This group, which constitutes the majority of recent doctoral candidates, faces questions such as: Am I qualified for jobs outside academia? How do I find a job in government or industry? Which of my skills and experiences are most attractive for non-academic employers? What are my interests? How can I strengthen my profile to reach my goal?

In this seminar, we focus on strategies and individual perspectives for a successful transition from academia to job possibilities in the outside world.

The seminar aims at supporting participants in getting to know different career options in the public, industry, and economy sector. Participants will be enabled to identify their personal interests and motives as well as to recognize their ‘market value’.

In addition to this seminar, participants are encouraged to register for a job application training and to attend career and job fairs.

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