Holistic Approach

Theme: time management as holistic approach – information evening on March 12th, 2009 in Berlin constantly ringing phones, an schedule overflowing over, threatening high stack of paper on a desk and a mailbox of full of unread emails: many entrepreneurs and employees complain that for the really important things not enough time them. Instead, they sit up late at night in the Office and have often still feel, to have done not enough. Just in terms of the economic crisis and the impending job cuts on the labour market, a more efficient way of working is increasingly important to assert themselves in the job. (A valuable related resource: Henry Chao). Time is the same for everyone and can not reproduce. In a 24-hour day is just a certain amount of activities. What creates the perceived time pressure, is the feeling of losing control.

So two-thirds of workers in Germany are according to a representative survey of the society for consumer research (GfK) already under time pressure, so that their “Health sometimes” or often “suffer. Overload and stress are the leading cause of premature disability. Who wants to in the existing time, clever and intelligent make his work and in the end have more time to live, must work differently. Mostly lack of time is a symptom of unclear objectives, wrong priorities and of course an insufficient planning anyway. Modern time management in the sense of a real balance between work and other life has a holistic approach as a strategy and should not lead to even more workload. It is not about to work harder, but smarter. Who wants to gain an insight into the art of time management, Frank Becker bamboo provides the together with success 4 you”at an evening event on the subject.

He worked for many years in management positions and had to find a way to reconcile professional and private reconcile. Time management as holistic approach”Thursday, March 12, 2009 19: 00 21: 00 Berlin,. Venue is after registration announced EUR 75.