By attending this workshop students will:

•Understand what perfectionism is, why it is detrimental and if they themselves are a perfectionist.

•Be able to assess the standards that they hold which contribute to perfectionism.

•Be able to re-evaluate the concept of achievement into a more productive approach.

•Create strategies to change perfectionist tendencies through healthy goal setting and adjusting unhelpful rules and assumptions.

•Develop an action plan to reduce perfectionism that includes practical strategies for immediate implementation. 


About Working with others

The ability to work effectively with others is critical to success in professional and research contexts. Research teams and successful collaborations rely on individuals who have emotional intelligence, communicate effectively and engage positively with others – particularly in leadership roles. 

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