Visualizing and finding your time
Find your ‘lost’ time during this interactive workshop. Discover your personal attitudes towards time, how do you partition the flow of time into past, present and future, what is your individual focus and main temporal orientation. Explore how all of that influences your well-being and how to find the balance.
During the workshop we will talk about why classical time management doesn’t work and how to find a way that it could work personally for you. You will be offered simple exercises that will help you to reflect on and explore your own temporal profile from various angles.
By participating in this workshop you will become more aware of:
- How you look at your own past, present and future;
- How do these different temporal frames impact your personal well-being and how you can improve it;
- How can you strengthen the positive aspects of your temporal profile and
- How to create more balance in your temporal profile, that will improve not only your personal well-being, but also will be beneficial for others around you across various daily-life situations.
Through the hands-on activities of the workshop you will learn about the field of Psychology of Time, and Time Perspective theory and approach in particular. The workshop will involve art-therapy and mindfulness techniques that tap into theories and approaches of Positive Psychology, and Personality and Individual Differences.
If you’re interested to run this workshop at your workplace or interested to take the full course – feel free to get in touch!
The course is offered by Anna Sircova. Anna Sircova, PhD in Psychology, has over 15 years of research experience in exploring the concept of time. Passionate for cross-disciplinary approach, photography and other creative endeavors.
WORKSHOPS HAVE BEEN RUN AT:
DIS: Study Abroad in Scandinavia, Copenhagen, Denmark
Administration of the Danish Court, Copenhagen, Denmark
Career Coach organization in Aarhus, Denmark