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Panel discussion at the "UniWiND Postdoc Network Meeting"

At invitation of the University of Hamburg, Dr. Julian Decius took part in a panel discussion on the topic "#IchBinHanna – permanent positions for mid-level faculty?! The event took place on Thursday, May 12, 2022, as part of the "UniWiND Postdoc Network Meeting" in Hamburg, which brought together personnel developers from German research institutions. As holder of a position as "Researcher with Tenure Track to Senior Researcher", he presented this job concept of the University of Bremen, which is unique in Germany, for plannable, research-oriented career paths for the academic mid-level staff and answered questions from the audience. Thanks go to the co-discussants Ute Schmiedel, as well as Sebastian Kubon, co-initiator of #IchBinHanna, for the interesting discussion, and to Alexandra Franzke for organizing and moderating the panel.

Panel discussion on the hashtag "I am Hanna"

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Dr. Julian Decius

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Gemeinsames Arbeitsgespräch.

Learning processes over time

This topic focuses on how (informal) learning behavior in organizations changes over days, weeks, and months. Moreover, we analyze the dynamics of work-related learning and how learning trajectories differ between employees.

Ein Modell einer Montagehalle mit der Aufschrift "Technikstation".

Designing work contexts

The goal of this thematic focus is to examine conducive conditions for work-related learning, employability, and organizational development, both by managers (e.g., shaping learning culture) and by employees (e.g., job crafting).

Eine Person bedient ein Tablet.

New Work requires New Learning

This topic is dedicated to the question of how employees in dynamic work environments can be empowered to learn "what they really, really want" in a self-directed way. The "Learning Opportunities Perception Potential", which helps employees to grasp learning opportunities, is considered crucial here.