Make an impact! Self-marketing and networking for women professionals and academics

Julie Stearns, Impulsplus

24-25 July 2019, 9:00-17:00 hours, CBBM, EG, B1/B2

Throughout the workshop, participants will be guided through interactive exercises to improve their body language, as well as focus on the quality of their language content and structure of their ideas. The aim is to develop strategies to make a lasting and positive impact on audiences, potential employers and significant contact persons (networking). Trainer input will provide the opportunity to gain new insights in effective communication and learn how to present themselves more effectively and to make the best impression and strongest impact.

  • Self-marketing: effectively promoting oneself (verbal business cards)
  • Spontaneous small talk: informal chatting with a purpose
  • Strategies for interview scenarios
  • Concise and effective introductions: make an impact!
  • Body language focus
  • Gender specific training


360° Leadership

Dr. Brooke A. Gazdag, LMU

20 June 2019, 9:00-17:00 hours,
21 June 2019, 9:00-13:00 hours,

Early career professionals, in both industry and academia, are often in a “sandwich position,” which necessarily means that they must be able to lead and manage effectively in all directions (upward, downward, and lateral). They lead their subordinates and team members, but they also need to successfully influence their colleagues and their supervisors. In order to effectively exercise their influence on others, individuals must also develop their ability to lead themselves. To help participants successfully prepare for these challenges and identify their own style, scientifically established leadership approaches with be presented and discussed.

The theoretical and practical information will be evidence based – both from my own research and the greater academic field. Exercises will focus on the transfer of the training topics and be relevant to both corporate as well as academic contexts. A gender perspective will be integrated throughout the training, with a particular focus on the challenges women face in leadership roles.



Dr. Eva Reichmann, beruf & leben GbR, Bielefeld

26.11.2018, 11:00-15:30 hours, Herrenhaus (Haus 82)

  • Geleitete Reflektion in der Gruppe zu Wünschen und Bedürfnissen
  • Fokus dabei auf Stärken und "best practice", um daraus für andere Situationen Handlungsoptionen abzuleiten
  • Wo sind eigentlich Spielräume? Wie kann man lernen, Zeitfenster zu nutzen? Wie lange dauern Prozesse, wenn sie nicht kalkulierbar sind?
  • Rollenklärung: was muss ich/ darf ich/ kann ich/ will ich?
  • Informationseinheit "Best-Practice für die Vereinbarkeit von Forschung/Lehre und Familie"
  • Reflexionseinheit "Rahmen abstecken": Was ist mir wichtig - und wie kann ich diese Aspekte mit der Arbeit zusammenbringen?"
  • Sammlung von Anregungen und "Aufgaben" für die Hochschule


ABC Career Workshop for Female Doctoral Researchers

5 female speakers from academia, industry and foundation

12.10.2018, 14:00-17:00, European Hansa Museum

Registration is closed


Gender and Creativity

Ivar A. Aune, KreatIVARbeiten

12.01.2016, Herrenhaus, Geb.82

More information please register here


Do's and Don'ts in Bewerbungsverfahren für Frauen

Prof. So Young Park, Institute of Psychology, University of Lübeck
Dr. Betinna Jansen-Schulz, Internal Further Training, University of Lübeck
Dr. Solvieg Simowitsch, Equal Opportunity Officer, University of Lübeck

13.11.2015 + 14.11.2015

More information please email to solveig.simowitsch(at)


Netzwerkmesse vom Arbeitskreis der Lübecker Gleichstellungsbeauftragten

Jasmin Döhling-Wölm
Dr. Jutta Hastenrath
Monika Hoyer

06.10.2015, 16:30-20:00 hours, MFC 1

To download Program and Reply

For registration please email to Gleichstellungsbeauftragte(at)



Dr. Eva Reichmann, beruf & leben GbR, Bielefeld

01.10.2015, 14:00-17:00 hours

More information please email to bernitt(at)


Promovieren mit Kind

Dr. Eva Reichmann, beruf & leben GbR, Bielefeld

 22.11.2014, 14:00-17:00, Room "Dijkstra", EG., Geb.64

This  workshop is for both female and male doctoral researchers.
Child care and lunch are provided for participants during the workshop.
10 places open for registration. You need to pay a fee of 5 EUR.

How to register: email to kibeka(at)