January 13 | Your personal PhD work-life balance: how to do less, but achieve more

Workshop information

  • Type: Workshop (1 ECTS)
  • Dates:
    January 13 (Friday) 2017
    January 20 (Friday) 2017
  • Time: 09.30 - 12.30
  • Location: EUR Woudestein campus Rotterdam (directions)
    Session 1: C2-04 (Theil Building)
    Session 2: (G3-35) (G Building)
  • Course fee:
    free for PhD candidates of the Graduate School
    € 240,- for non-members
    consult our enrolment policy for more information
  • Contact:
    Menno Verbeek (enrolment-related questions) verbeek@egs3h.eur.nl
    Anne Annink (course-related questions) annink@fsw.eur.nl
  • Telephone: +31 (0)10 4082607 (Graduate School)

This interactive workshop offers you the opportunity to achieve your personal work-life balance. During this workshop, you will learn about how to achieve your personal work-life balance by (1) prioritising work and private goals and (2) optimally spending your time and energy to realise those goals. Through a series of practical exercises, you will learn to identify and focus on what's truly important to you.

Aims and working method

The aim of the workshop is to learn how to achieve your personal work-life balance. There are two sessions, consisting of reflection exercises and practical training directly applied to your work-life situation.

The workshop will be held in small groups, which allows you to reflect and ask questions about your personal situation. Participants will be informed well in advance by email on how to prepare for the sessions.

About the instructor
Anne Annink
is a final year PhD candidate at the Faculty of Social Sciences of Erasmus University Rotterdam. Her international comparative research is about the work-life balance of self-employed workers. Anne has extensive experience with facilitating workshops on work-life balance based on her research, personal experiences and her roles as chair of the PhD platform and being an independent yoga teacher.

More information
Deadline for enrolment is December 30 (Friday) 2016
Workshop description