Course 7: Time and Self Management

Welcome & Networking, Good Scientific Practice & Research Integrity04.12.2023 10:00 - 18:00 (Mo)TUM Graduate School
Course 7: Time and Self Management05.12.2023 09:00 - 18:00 (Di)Thomas Benischke
Course 2: Time and Self Management06.12.2023 09:00 - 15:00 (Mi)Thomas Benischke
Beschreibung Kursinhalt: 

Keywords: Conscious structuring, Goal setting, Setting priorities, Time planning, Efficiency analysis, Recognition of time traps, Handling of stress

Introduction to the course topics:

This seminar is designed to help you to improve your self- and time-management to master and control your work load instead of being controlled by it. The key to a more structured and organized work day is to become aware of your personal patterns, strengths, potentials and to set priorities.
In this seminar you will reflect your goals and define your individual time thieves that make it hard to stick to your priorities. By attending this seminar you will get ideas that help you to better structure your work day and efficiently deal with tasks.
In individual and group work you will develop concepts suitable for your individual cases and best suited to your style of working and your targets. You will also concentrate on measures to improve your own Work-Life-Balance and find a way to transfer the results into your individual everyday life.

Techniques and models:

  • ABC-analysis/Pareto-principle
  • Model of time saving traps
  • Time planning systems/scheduling systems
  • Benefit of checklists
  • GTD – Getting Things Done
  • Individual Driver Test

Course aims:

  • improve your time- and self-management
  • think over your goals and learn more about your personal patterns
  • help you to define your individual work – leisure – balance and set the right priorities

Teaching Methods:

Theoretical content, single- and group exercises, working on individual issues, working style model with questionnaire, exchange of insights and discussion on experiences in groups and in plenum.

Participation requirements: None.

Technical requirements: None

Literature: None.

Other information, notes: None.

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Thomas Benischke

Thomas Benischke studied Business Education and English at the Ludwig-Maximilians-University in Munich and the City College of New York City. After receiving his diploma he worked as a trainer for Leadership Development in international companies. He took several further education courses such as Systemic Counseling, Systemic Constellation and Transaction Analysis. As freelance coach and trainer he focuses nowadays on leadership assessment and development, self- and conflict management, presentation and facilitation.