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Self- & Time Management

Self- & Time Management

what is time management

The ‘last minute’ age has dawned. What counts is the scarcity of our time. We see time as an opponent and not as an ally. But: Time is something that must be taken HERE and NOW. This can only succeed if we no longer view time solely in terms of scarcity. Therefore, time management must not serve to organise the hustle and bustle in our lives even better. On the contrary, slowness, dawdling and idleness have their very own value—and it is precisely this value that needs to be rediscovered. That is why we speak of self-management and time management.

why self- & time management?

Those who take the principles and methods of self- and time management to heart and implement them will benefit from the following advantages:


  • Better overview of pending work.

  • Clear priorities so that nothing important is forgotten.

  • More free space for creativity and important tasks.

  • Personal and professional goals are better achieved.

  • Reduction and avoidance of stress.

  • Thus more time for oneself.

what do we offer

We offer a series of self- and time management workshops with a suitable mix of theory, practical examples, an exchange platform for the participants and direct testing of the tools.


how does the SELF- and TIME management WORKSHOP series work?

Kick-off (approx. one hour):

  • Understanding one's own habits with regard to time management—e.g. owl vs. lark, perfectionism, procrastination, etc.

  • Presentation of the proactive and reactive work modes.

  • Presentation of the activity log experiment before the next module.

  • Presentation of the preparatory task 'setting goals' before the next module.

Workshop module 1:

  • Introduction to the topic of the importance of setting goals and discussion of individual goals.

  • Analysis of the activity log, including derivation of concrete action measures for everyday work.

  • Knowledge transfer: the importance of prioritisation, with the help of the Eisenhower matrix.

  • Use of swarm intelligence: exchanging experiences with the other participants.

  • Imparting tried and tested self- and time management tools for use in everyday working life.

  • Knowledge transfer on the topic 'Why behaviour change is so difficult' with the help of the FOGG behaviour model and how behaviour can be successfully changed in relation to self- and time management.

  • Sharing of book and app tips on the topic.


Workshop module 2:

  • Evaluation and discussion of Taibi Kahler's 'inner drivers' and their influence on one's own self- and time management.

  • Exchange on the 'inner drivers' and their effects in small group work.

  • Knowledge transfer on how behavioural changes can be achieved by reprogramming the brain.

  • Presentation of four ways to make the working day more effective and efficient.

  • Start saying-no.

  • Reduce perfectionism (Pareto principle/80-20 rule).

  • Increase delegation.

  • Get a grip on procrastination.

  • Directly apply the theory taught by developing a concrete plan of action


  • Summary of workshop content (reading box).

  • Sending tasks and exercises to consolidate what has been learned.

How can your employees benefit?

  • They will get to know the known approaches, models and methods of self- and time management.

  • They will create an activity log and analyse their current self- and time management.

  • They will reflect on their inner drivers and their impact on self- and time management.

  • They will learn to implement behavioural changes and reprogram the brain.

  • They will learn many tips and tricks that can be applied directly.


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