Standstill is regression. In our seminars on self-management, we support you in acquiring the skills you need to take your professional and personal development into your own hands – completely independent of external influences.
What is self-management & why is it so important?
In our dynamic society, delivering perfect end results is no longer the ultimate goal. Both clients and managers are increasingly demanding an efficient, agile way of working, resulting in long-term time and cost savings. The result: overload, hectic and stress.
Those who want to master professional tasks efficiently often have to struggle with their own self-motivation. Self-management starts where the inner drive and self-management begins. It is important to organize oneself and one’s time better.
Recognize your strengths and build on them. Together we analyse your work style and optimize your work processes. We will also practice dealing with various stressors to leave no room for energy and time wasters. Learn to set priorities and define clear, realistic goals.
Self-management helps you to approach and implement these goals with the right mindset.
Time management thanks to well thought-out working techniques
Developing a sophisticated time planning is part of self-management. First and foremost, it is about developing strategies that optimize one’s own way of working. Time-saving work techniques relieve the strain and create space for more efficiency.
In our training units we introduce you to proven methods of self-organization, personal responsibility, and work techniques.
Self-management seminar 1: Work technique & time management (incl. e-mail management)
They analyse your work situation, find your time wasters and recognise your disruptive factors. On this basis, you will optimise your personal time management and work techniques.
Self-management seminar 2: Using e-mails efficiently & writing customer-oriented e-mails (Part I and II)
Today, e-mails are a matter of course in everyday working life. But do we also use this medium professionally? Today, e-mail is the no. 1 communication medium. An employee spends an average of 1 to 2 hours a day on e-mails.
Personality development course 3: Free yourself from energy robbers
Energy thieves are omnipresent and appear in the most diverse forms. We know some of them well, we can handle them to a certain extent, others overwhelm us over and over again. However, they all rob us of energy, vitality and thus also the joy of life.
Personality development course 4: Self-marketing: Win with your own strengths – make your performance visible
Do good and talk about it. Hiding the light under a bushel belongs to the past. You perform well and have many strengths. It is important to recognise them and make them visible to others.
Personality development course 5: Mental training – success begins in the head
You want to take the next step in your company, in your life. Long cherished goals, unfulfilled wishes in your professional or private life are pressing for realisation:
Personal development course 6: Business etiquette – score points with good manners
Today, good manners are a prerequisite for surviving in everyday business life. Personality also plays a central role in today’s working world. Above all, employees who are in contact with customers should be able to master the elementary manners to underline their professional competence. In this way, they maintain a long-term and positive image. This also includes the right outfit for the business meeting.
Self-management seminar 7: Developing good solutions in a more relaxed way with the Plan B mindset
To remain calm and capable of acting in difficult situations – that is what we all want to do. Once you have activated the Plan B mindset, nothing can upset you so quickly. Especially in interaction with people, where customer-oriented solutions are also required ad hoc, it is important to keep a clear head and remain creative.