Secondary schools the IJsselcollege, Fioretti College Lisse, Fioretti College Hillegom, and Segbroek College have signed a letter of intent with Rotterdam School of Management, Erasmus University (RSM) to develop an ‘evidence-based intervention’ for secondary education. The primary objective is to boost the motivation and school performance of pupils from a disadvantaged socio-economic background and improve their educational and career opportunities.
Recently, Professor Michaéla Schippers was a guest at the Eindbazen podcast. In this Dutch podcast guests are interviewed who have performed something exceptional and have a special life story. The intention is to have a conversation with the person in question about his / her expertise area and vision of human development, always in a very relaxed and humorous setting. Among other things, Michaéla discusses setting goals, self-regulation and the importance of reflection.
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.
Speakers from global corporations and academia described what to aim for in leadership, and how to approach the grand challenges of our time, defined in the UN’s 17 Sustainable Development Goals. The recent ninth annual RSM Leadership Summit explored the values and purpose enabling business to be a force for positive change – but also how external influences can derail the process. The event at the Van Nelle Fabriek in Rotterdam was hosted by Rotterdam School of Management, Erasmus University (RSM). Dean, Prof. Steef van de Velde welcomed the audience of business managers from the wider RSM community as well as alumni and students.
Op 27 september 2017 organiseerde Facta een studiemiddag in de Zilveren Vosch in Utrecht over uitval van jongens in het hoger onderwijs. In totaal namen 39 geïnteresseerden – docenten, adviseurs en directeurs van Nederlandse hogescholen en universiteiten – deel aan de studiemiddag. Prof. Dr. Michaéla Schippers sprak over 'Help jongens doelen stellen!'.
On July 13 2017 Michaéla Schippers talked about 'Effect of Three Goal-Setting Interventions on Closing the Gender and Ethnic Minority Achievement Achievement Gap' at the 15th European Congress of Psychology.
Higher education institutions should incorporate goal-setting interventions into their curricula because they enhance students' life skills and academic performance, says Professor Michaéla Schippers of Rotterdam School of Management, Erasmus University (RSM). She presented her research that shows goal-setting’s positive impact on student performance and well-being at her inaugural lecture on June 16.
On Friday, the 16th of June 2017, Michaéla Schippers Endowed Professor of Behaviour and Performance Management at Rotterdam School of Management, Erasmus University (RSM) presented her inaugural address entitled ‘IKIGAI: Reflection on Life Goals Optimizes Performance and Happiness’.
On July 11th, a goal setting symposium titled ‘Personal Goal Setting--Old ideas and New Frontiers: Factors in Academic Achievement, Well-Being, and Leadership’ will be held. During the symposium, several international speakers will talk about setting personal goals, including Edwin Locke, the father of goal-setting theory.
On June 16th, Michaéla Schippers, professor of Behaviour and Performance Management at Rotterdam School of Management, Erasmus University (RSM) organized a goal setting forum entitled ‘Goal setting reduces inequalities and boosts student performance’.
Michaéla Schippers is Endowed Professor of Behaviour and Performance Management at Rotterdam School of Management, Erasmus University (RSM). In her inaugural address, Michaéla discusses the role of self-regulatory behaviors that people can employ in order to live a full-filling life.
Donderdagmiddag 12 januari 2017 organiseert de Erasmus Universiteit Rotterdam een conferentie voor schooldecanen en mentoren. Het thema is: “Van WAT naar WIE”.