We are very happy to see that the Dutch Ministry of Education has highlighted the good work we do and how much Goal Setting is helping students and schools reach their goals. If students succeed societies prosper! We are proud to be a force for positive change.
How can you use personal goals to be successful in your studies and career? A recent study by Prof. Michaéla Schippers shows that personal goals can have a spillover effect, and positively impact other areas of your life.
Three educational professionals of the Erasmus University Rotterdam, among which Prof. Michaéla Schippers, have won a Comenius Fellow-grant. Prof. Michaéla Schippers has received a Comenius Senior Fellows-grant of 100.000 euro for the project: How to boost Student Wellbeing and Study Success (SWASS). The role of an interactive AI based goal-setting intervention.
What does it mean to live and lead with a sense of purpose? How can purpose be defined, and why is it so important for organisations and people? Five exciting keynote speakers, under whom our collaborator Shaun Tomson, explored these topics at the RSM Leadership Summit on Friday 12 October 2018 in the historic Van Nelle Fabriek.
It sounds too good to be true. A simple promise at the beginning of the first year which leads to an astounding increase in results. But by means of the I WILL goal-setting programme, educational pioneer Michaéla Schippers shows how it's done.
The Eindbazen podcast is a Dutch podcast where guests who have performed something exceptional and have a special life story are interviewed. Recently, Prof. Michaéla Schippers was a guest in the show, where among other things she discussed setting goals, self-regulation and the importance of reflection.
Over the past years, the academic dismissal policy has become commonplace in both the Netherlands and Italy, but its long-term effects are only barely (becoming) visible. Research conducted by Maastricht University reveals that there is no direct effect on study output.
Predicting purchasing, a study of genetics to predict educational attainment, and innovation in companies acquiring status in external networks were among the topics of research recognised at the annual ERIM Awards, hosted by the Erasmus Research Institute of Management (ERIM). Professor Michaéla Schippers, Ad Scheepers and the associated team members of the Erasmus Centre for Study and Career Success won the 2017 Award for the Impact on Management Practice for their outstanding achievements in the field of goal setting.
In the September 2017 issue of Monitor on Psychology, Cheryl Travers and Michaéla Schippers discuss how goal-setting and team reflexivity can boost the productivity of students and employees.
If the very thought of networking makes you feel dirty, you are in luck. While it's true that networking can help you accomplish great things, Adam Grant from the New York Times argues that this obscures the opposite truth. Based on empirical findings, he highlights the importance of great accomplishments when it comes to developing and expanding your network.
On June 16th, a Forum on Goal Setting took place at the Erasmus Rotterdam Business School (RSM), prior to the inaugural address of Michaéla Schippers. Click here for a recap of the forum by the Centre for Education and Learning.
Always wanted to learn how to mine text? Researchers of the Amsterdam Business School’s Leadership and Management section, working on the EU funded Marie Curie Initial Training Network Eduworks, recently had two articles on text mining published in the academic journal ‘Organizational Research Methods’.
When it comes to achieving a major travel goal, it’s important to unpack the experience and bring it back to real life, says avid traveller Dominique Morisano, clinical psychologist and professor at the Dalla Lana School of Public Health, who studies goal theory.
Lex van der Vegt wins €3500 with his thesis on directive leadership en guided reflexivity in teams. The student from the Erasmus University Rotterdam set up a real time simulation for cadets of the Royal Military Academy (Koninklijke Militaire Academie) to research the cohesion between leadership and team reflection.