Overview of workshops
Below is a brief overview of our workshops. More detailed information about each of the courses is provided in the following sections.
- How can I stay balanced?
- How am I influenced?
- How do I make decisions?
- Who am I? Values
- Who am I? Goals
- Effective cooperation
- Discover your leadership style
- Learn to be more compassionate with others and yourself
How can I stay balanced?
It’s important that everyone has a good work-life balance. In this workshop, students explore which activities give them energy and which activities cost energy.
How am I influenced?
Are you always aware of what influences you? And how do you influence others? In this workshop, students discover how people are influenced by verbal, non-verbal and paraverbal communication.
How do I make decisions?
What is your decision-making style? And which other decision-making styles could help you? In this workshop, students discover their decision-making style and explore the situations in which a decision-making style can be a help or a hinderance.
Who am I? Values
Knowing your values increases your self-awareness and can help you make choices that are right for you. In this workshop, students become better acquainted with their own values, those of their fellow students and those of the medical profession.
Who am I? Goals
What are your goals? Are these goals compatible or do they get in the way of each other? And how can you keep pursuing your goals even when you are busy? During this workshop, students try to find answers to these questions. They will also be introduced to meditation as a way of reflecting on their goals.
During the Effective Cooperation workshop, students reflect on cooperation within the team in an interactive way. The workshop offers new insights into the way team members work together, helping students to improve their cooperation.
Discover your leadership style
In this workshop, students reflect on what they consider to be important when it comes to (personal) leadership. Together with fellow students, they play a game to explore which values guide them and how this relates to their fellow students’ values.
Learn to be more compassionate with others and yourself
Professionals often feel lonely after making a mistake. They feel ashamed and usually don’t talk about it, partly out of fear of what their colleagues will think, even though we know that everyone makes mistakes. In this workshop, students learn how to deal with mistakes – both their own and those of others – in a more compassionate way.
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