Stress Management & Self-Management

Self-management describes a person’s ability to consciously influence his/her own behaviour in order to improve his/her productivity and performance capability. The associated criteria include recognising and controlling one’s own individual stress level and time budget.

The demands of the international working environment are characterised by a constantly growing range of duties, an increasing workload and sensory overload. Our daily lives are filled with quick decision-making informed by a flood of information.
To meet these demands and still carve out free space, new capacities and periods of relaxation, people have to effectively manage themselves and their time. A balance between one’s professional and private life produces greater satisfaction and increases performance capability.
“Leading starts with oneself”: Self-management requires self-observation, self-instruction, defining goals and objectives, self-motivation, independence and self-control. It is necessary to recognise one’s own working methodology and gain an awareness of one’s personal strengths and weaknesses in order to develop individual strategies for attaining one’s goals.

In addition, it is essential in an international work environment to know how other cultures conceptualize time and how they “typically” go about their work. It is also important to be able to react flexibly to these factors so that intercultural collaboration can function properly.
In our “Self-Management” seminars you learn practical working techniques and methods and you define your objectives and develop your own solution strategies in international business.



  • Time Management
  • Stress Management
  • Work Life Balance

  • Fundamentals of time management +

    • Analysing one’s own strengths and weaknesses in time management
    • Preparing a consistent schedule
    • Techniques for correctly assessing and confidently planning tasks
    • Time traps and obstacles
    • Instruments of efficient time management: Analyse individual demands and tasks, set priorities, plan time effectively, and set motivating targets
    • Understanding time management as a social process: How do others influence my time budget and vice-versa?
    • Managing information overload: practical tips for dealing with e-mails and mobile accessibility
  • Fundamentals of stress management +

    • Understanding the causes of stress and recognising its symptoms
    • Identifying stress factors in one’s own professional and private daily life
    • Analysing one’s own strengths and resources
    • Strategies for successfully managing, reducing and preventing stress
    • Simple rules and exercises to counter stress for a structured, solution-oriented work approach
    • Building and maintaining self-motivation
    • Techniques for maximising one’s own set of choices and internal flexibility
    • Optimising one’s own productivity in dealing with others: interruptions, delegation, meetings, time thieves
  • Intercultural particularities +

    • Cultural differences in working style and lifestyle and in the understanding of time and managing tasks
    • Do’s & Don’ts in dealing with selected destination cultures
  • Personal solution strategies +

    • Recognising how we personally deal with stress and optimising our own working methodology
    • Assessing our individual time management and stress levels
    • Developing a personal solution strategy for improving increased performance and our quality of life
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  • Führungskräftetraining +

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  • Employee Discussions +

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  • Change Management +

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  • Negotiating Successfully +

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