Mindful work through time management and focus
Being busy is addictive, but is not productive and even unhealthy. An overload of information, tighter deadlines and less rest time ensure that we lose sight of ourselves. Our work goes faster, but our brains don’t develop as quickly. This is at the expense of our work and our health. Important qualities for employees are therefore focus and attention.
How can you focus on the right things in order to ultimately save more time and deliver better work? In the Rust in your head training you learn to balance your energy in order to increase your personal effectiveness, work quality and work pleasure.
What can you do after this training?
- You experience more focus and rest in your work, which reduces stress and reduces the risk of a burnout
- You know how to balance your activities that give you energy
- You know how to stop worrying and postponing
- You better set limits and stand up for yourself
- You are less driven by external factors
What can you expect from this training?
This training has a personal character so that you can introduce situations from your own life to the group as an example. In this way the training is focused on your specific questions and wishes. In addition, you fill in a number of intake questions about your needs in advance, so that the trainer can prepare for this.
During the training you do many active exercises with various assignments, both individually, 1 on 1 and in a group. We believe that Pleasure Works and that is why the methods are not only effective but also surprising, interactive and always with a positive approach.
You are the first to look at your ways of thinking (beliefs and assumptions) and how they help or counteract how you experience your workload. You make a personal energy work plan that you fill in step by step during the training to bring more balance to your day.
You get to work physically and discover the great influence of physical energy on your brain. You do mindfulness exercises and you immediately feel more relaxed.
You learn to organize your environment in such a way that it gives energy instead of eats. You learn to take more ownership of your activities and to set priorities during your working day.
Meet your trainer
With her background as a communication consultant and project manager in various organizations, Ellen knows the importance of clear communication. Understanding and coordinating each other ensures better collaboration and job satisfaction. Job happiness is what she likes to contribute with her training courses: how can employees develop, grow and find happiness in their work?
She herself has experienced what it means to change course and choose her passion: giving training. She understands better than anyone what it means to do where your heart is, with everything that comes with it. How important it is to stand still for a moment and what it takes to get moving again. During that period she also experienced how nature's wisdom can help in this process. She takes this experience into account as a trainer. She prefers to go outside with her participants: you literally get moving!
<strong>What do you like best about your work?</strong>
Making choices and doing what suits you requires courage and decisiveness. I am very happy when I can guide participants in this. Helping people to look at their issue from a different perspective and to make contact with their own compass: their body and senses. I like to get participants out of their normal (work) environment and actively use nature as an instrument and mirror. This often results in new and surprising insights.
<strong>What is your greatest talent?</strong>
Life is an adventure, not a package deal.
<strong>What is your greatest talent as a trainer?</strong>
With my openness and curiosity, I make contact with people quickly. I feel the atmosphere and needs in the group well and can respond creatively and effectively.
<strong>Can you tell us something surprising about yourself?</strong>
I do amateur theater and it makes me very happy. The craziest situations that appear on stage and work together on a great production: that is enjoying!
More information about this training?
Leave your details and you will be called back as soon as possible by one of our learning consultants.
Your learning track
The classroom training is combined with challenges. We call this a learning track. Challenges are short-term assignments that you receive after the training and that help you practice new behavior in practice.
6 weeks, 1 challenge every week.
This is how others review this training
“Great training goes far beyond time management. The trainer explains everything very well. This training will help me well in my current work. The contact with the course provider is also excellent.”Rene
“Practical tips were given that can be quickly applied in the workplace. Some parts were welcome refresher parts for myself. Instructor also gave a lot of room to share his own experiences & there was enough room to ask questions or ask for tips.”Marieke
“A great training day at a beautiful location that exudes tranquility. Enthusiastic trainer with a feel for the atmosphere and problems. All in all a successful day for me and I received useful tips.”Bert