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Online: Decision Making

Target group

The online workshop targets doctoral and postdoctoral researchers who aim to improve their decision-making skills.



Effective decision-making empowers you to make optimal use of your resources and to achieve your goals. This course offers ways to systematically reflect on your strengths and weaknesses in decision-making processes. You will be equipped with new experiences and tools for more effective decision-making.

Why join this course? This course is right for you if you would like to get to know yourself better, exchange experiences with others and diversify or specialize your decision-making toolbox.



Participants of this course will

  • become aware of the conditions for good decision making
  • have learned about and applied tools for effective decision making
  • have had the opportunity to use their own real-life examples to test these tools
  • have had the opportunity to expand their professional network by exchanging with peers



Prior to the course: Fill out the survey on personal interests and goals.

  1. exploring the decision making process
  2. identifying bottlenecks in decision making
  3. exploring and testing tools to support the decision making process. Tools eligible upon interest: the Three Worlds Model, a personality test, communication tools, decision ma-trices and the `Affect Balance`
  4. 'market place' to exchange further strategies and tools



Laptops/PC with camera, microphone & speaker or headset.



Dr. Mirja Michalscheck, Systemic Coach and Change Manager


8.5 hours


Mon, 26 June 2023, 9:00 am – 5:00 pm


Please register via the campus management portal HISinOne.


Online via ZOOM

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