About This Chapter
Self-Awareness, Management & Motivation - Chapter Summary
In this chapter, your company's supervisors will learn foundational concepts related to self-awareness and self-management in the workplace. Supervisors can access this chapter at any time to learn new self-motivation techniques and self-management skills that can be beneficial in work environments.
Included in the chapter are short quizzes that go over important self-awareness terms and concepts. The chapter is also accessible at any time, and supervisors can study on any device that has an Internet connection.
How It Helps
- Builds awareness: The chapter helps supervisors cultivate an awareness of self-management and its importance in business.
- Highlights self-management skills: Lessons show supervisors how to apply self-management in workplace settings.
- Improves self-management skills: Supervisors who complete the chapter can become more skilled at self-management.
By the end of the chapter, your company's supervisors should be able to:
- Explain the concept of self-awareness
- Apply self-management skills in the workplace
- Utilize effective self-motivation techniques
1. Self-Awareness: Definition & Explanation
In this lesson, we'll discuss the definition of self-awareness and its benefits to your life. Discover what can prevent a person from being self-aware, and learn about several tools to help you increase your self-awareness.
2. Self-Management Skills for the Workplace
Self-management skills are essential to achieve workplace goals. In this lesson, we'll discuss specific skills to help you stay focused and contribute to a healthy work environment.
3. Self-Motivation Techniques & Examples
Some people live their life with intense fervor. They are highly self-motivated, productive and successful. Learn the definition of self-motivation, intrinsic versus extrinsic motivators, as well as techniques to increase self-motivation in this lesson.
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