MindCodex® time management
Stay in tune with your personality
How can goals be achieved with ease and in the best way? These are the questions that drive managers, specialists and executives alike. At this event "In time with your personality" you will learn how to effectively use your potential within your area of responsibility on the basis of your personal biostructure. You will reflect on your personal self-management and the conscious use of your strengths. Each biostructure refers to different motives. Determine your motives on the basis of your biostructure and then define your goals and your self-management for more success in everyday professional life. You will receive tools that will structure your daily routine even better and at the same time reduce stress factors and facilitate your project planning.
The pressure to succeed grows and so does the longing for satisfaction. Both - satisfaction and success - can be achieved through modern individual self- and time management. The only prerequisite is knowledge of one's own personality structure.
"Success is always the way and degree to which goals are achieved," says Dr. Eva Brandt. The contents cover beside the personal time analysis likewise a perspective on more effectiveness than manager and high-level personnel. Not only the working off of To Do lists or the principles of the priority stand in the area, but rather the use of the own potential.
The contents in brief
- time analysis
- view on genetic and trained behaviour
- characteristics of the movers and shakers, convivials and analysts regarding time management
- developing the full potential
- time is a phenomenon and an exhaustible resource
- success is inextricably linked to time management
- establish individual self- and time management
- use personal instruments instead of bending over constraints
- determine goals and achieve them successfully
- talent as a baggage allowance in life
- from self-knowledge to knowledge of human nature
- satisfaction is a matter of authenticity
Duration: 1 day/e.g. 9-16 o'clock