time management, timemanagement, betekenis

Meaning- (in stead of time) management on basic level. The training is intended for starters at the labor market, starting project leaders, employees who start in a new job or role and everyone else who wishes to continue to develop in this area.
Time management is like learning smart tips and tricks to get through the traffic jam as motorists faster. Unfortunately, that on the whole does not usually lead to very little time savings. Sometimes it works even counterproductive. By clever and often exchanging roadways, you will perhaps arrive at your destination a bit faster, but as you go straight ahead, others will have to suddenly brake or accelerate. Actually you are increasing the overall traffic problem. Therefore this workshop doesn’t stop there.

During Meaning- (rather than Time) Management you will learn how to choose the right route automatically. That way you will not only arrive at your final destination in the fastest and for all concerned the most effective way.

Combined with coaching and intervision you will achieve optimal learning results.

The leadership training Meaning- (rather than Time) Management takes 1 to 3 sessions.Combined with coaching and intervision you will achieve optimal learning results.

Meaning- (rather than Time) Management is also available as (part of) Personalized Training en Practical Coaching.

Power2Improve provides custom training and coaching solutions. Ask us for a proposal, tailored to your wants and needs.

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This is how our costumers experience our coaching, training and workshops:

Distinctive knowledge and practical tips!
The commitment and enthusiasm of Gustaaf and Nathalie worked very contagious.
The given tools supported the learning goals completely. That completed the experience.
Great workshop! Open, accessible, expertly. Sometimes sharp and confrontational, but always in a constructive way. 
There was plenty of room for interaction. This was even encouraged. Also, we got plenty of time in between to  ask questions, which again led to great interaction.
The enthusiasm of the trainers is contagious, as well as their open and charismatic attitude.
The trainers come up with a dialogue quite easy and know how to get people to comment and ask questions, by getting them out of their comfortzone.
I went home with fresh, new ideas and am sure that these will contribute positively.