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PROF. DR. DE MEUTER                   1
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                        BY WAY OF
                      INTRODUCTION ...




PROF. DR. DE MEUTER                      2
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       BARRIERS TO EFFECTIVE COMMUNICATION



       • POOR PRESENTATION


       • POOR LISTENING SKILLS



       • OVERSIMPLIFICATION  DISTORTION




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                      THE ART OF LISTENING


        • AS A MANAGER YOU WILL SPEND OVER 60%
        OF YOUR TIME LISTENING TO OTHERS


        • THE ABILITY TO LISTEN IS A VITAL SOFT SKILL


        • FACT : MOST MANAGERS ARE BAD LISTENERS


        • SO : TRAIN TO BE A GOOD LISTENER !




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             CHARACTERISTICS OF A BAD LISTENER



                      • IMPATIENCE

                      • LACK OF FOCUS : EASILY DISTRACTED

                      • NOT OPEN TO IDEAS : PREJUDICED

                      • UNDER TENSION : EXPECTATIONS

                      • INTELLECTUAL ARROGANCE

                      • NEGATIVE BODY LANGUAGE




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        CHARACTERISTICS OF A GOOD LISTENER :


                      • FOCUSSED


                      • RELAXED & PATIENT

                      • OPEN & RECEPTIVE


 • CONSCIOUS OF HER / HIS POWER AS A LISTENER

 • WARY OF OVERSIMPLIFICATION


 • INTEGRAL ATTENTION



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             OVERSIMPLIFICATION AND ITS ALLIES:
                 BARRIERS TO INTELLIGENT LEARNING
                      AND CONSCIOUS LIVING


               • LACK OF KNOWLEDGE & EXPERIENCE

               • A REDUCTIONISTIC ATTITUDE

               • HABIT : THE GREAT DEADENER

               • LACK OF DISCIPLINE




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                              BALANCE



                      • INTELLECTUAL HUMILITY

                      • RESPECT FOR LIFE IN ALL ITS FORMS

                      • ROLE DISTANCE

                      • CONSCIOUSNESS
                            • INTELLECTUAL
                            • EMOTIONAL
                            • PHYSICAL
                            • SPIRITUAL




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AN EXAMPLE OF UNIVERSAL INTELLIGENCE & COMPLEXITY
                      THE HUMAN BODY

       • 50 TRILLION CELLS
       - ALL CARRYING OUT ENORMOUSLY COMPLEX TASKS
       - ALL COORDINATED


       - AT ONE AND THE SAME TIME
       YOU WALK, EAT, BREATHE, DIGEST YOUR FOOD,
       FIGHT OFF INFECTIONS, PURIFY YOUR BLOOD,
       RENEW YOUR CELLS, DISCARD WASTES, LISTEN TO
       SOMEONE TALK, THINK & SPEAK, WHILE CONSTANTLY
       MONITORING THE ENVIRONMENT & RESPONDING TO
       EXTERNAL STIMULI ….



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        AND ALL THIS IS GOING ON WHILE YOUR BODY IS
        CONSTANTLY RENEWING ITSELF:

        • 98% OF THE ATOMS IN YOUR BODY WERE NOT THERE
        A YEAR AGO.

        • YOU RENEW YOUR SKELETON EVERY THREE MONTHS

        • YOUR SKIN IS RENEWED EVERY MONTH

        • YOUR STOMACH LINING IS RENEWED EVERY 4 DAYS,
        WITH THE ACTUAL SURFACE CELLS THAT ARE IN
        CONTACT       WITH   FOOD   BEING   RENEWED   EVERY   5
        MINUTES !




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            THE FUNCTIONS OF ANY SINGLE CELL - SUCH AS
            THE 15 BILLION NEURONS IN THE BRAIN - FILL A
            GOOD-SIZED MEDICAL TEXTBOOK

            THE VOLUMES DEVOTED TO ANY ONE SYSTEM OF
            THE BODY - THE IMMUNE SYSTEM OR THE
            NERVOUS SYSTEM - TAKE UP SEVERAL SHELVES
            IN A MEDICAL LIBRARY.

            AND WE ARE JUST BEGINNING TO EXPLORE THE
            HUMAN BODY !




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                 ?     PERSPECTIVE
                         IS WORTH
                         50 POINTS
                           OF IQ


                      Nicolas Negroponte
                            Being Digital




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             CONTENT AND PURPOSE OF THE SEMINAR


                       A NEW STAGE IN YOUR LIFE

                      • NEW GOALS & NEW CHALLENGES
                      • PROJECT : FIT FOR STUDY



                      PERIOD OF REORIENTATION
                      • VALUES / PERSONAL DEVELOPMENT
                      • PROJECT : FIT FOR LIFE




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                TWO FUNDAMENTAL QUESTIONS

              WHAT DO I EXPECT ?
                      • OF THE DEGREE COURSE
                                               CONGRUENCE
                      • OF MYSELF
                      • OF MY CAREER
                                                   VS
                      • OF LIFE

             WHAT IS EXPECTED OF ME ?
                                               GOAL CONFLICT
                      • THE DEGREE COURSE
                      • MY CAREER
                      • MY LIFE



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                      EXERCISE

                         1

            ?           MINDMAP:
                             WHAT DO I EXPECT ?
                             • OF THE DEGREE COURSE
                             • OF MYSELF
                             • OF MY CAREER
                             • OF LIFE


                             15 MINUTES : ASSESSMENT
                             15 MINUTES GROUP DISCUSSION

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                NEW COMPETENCE & SKILLS PROFILE




                       YESTERDAY          TODAY
            PERSONAL COMPETENCE     PERSONAL COMPETENCE

               SOCIAL COMPETENCE
     30%          METHODOLOGICAL
                                     SOCIAL COMPETENCE
     SS             COMPETENCE                            70%
                                      METHODOLOGICAL
                      MANAGERIAL
                                        COMPETENCE        SS
                      COMPETENCE

                                        MANAGERIAL
                                        COMPETENCE

                      SPECIALIZED
      70%             KNOWLEDGE
                                        SPECIALIZED       30%
      HS                                KNOWLEDGE         HS

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                 WHAT HARD SKILLS DO YOU NEED ?

• PROFESSIONAL QUALIFICATIONS IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION

• MANAGERIAL EXPERTISE

• KNOWLEDGE OF WORK TECHNIQUES

• IT KNOW-HOW

• SPECIAL KNOW-HOW : BRANCH-SPECIFIC

• FIRM-SPECIFIC EXPERTISE

• ROLE / JOB-SPECIFIC KNOW-HOW



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            WHAT SOFT SKILLS DO YOU NEED ?

           • COMMUNICATION SKILLS
           • INTERPERSONAL & SOCIAL SKILLS
           • EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE & EMPATHY
           • ANALYTICAL & LOGICAL SKILLS
           • ORGANISATORY SKILLS
           • INTUITION & CREATIVITY
           • LINGUISTIC SKILLS
           • INTERCULTURAL COMPETENCE
           • TEAM SKILLS
           • LEADERSHIP QUALITIES



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                      MANAGERIAL ROLES & PROFILES


        I             BRANCHENSPEZIFISCHES KNOW-HOW
        II            PRODUKT- & IV-TECHNOLOGIEKENNTNISSE
        III           BETRIEBSWIRTSCHAFTLICHE KENNTNISSE
        IV            ROLLENSPEZIFISCHE KENNTNISSE
        V             ARBEITSTECHNIKEN
        VI            PERSÖNLICHE KOMPETENZ
        VII           SOZIALE KOMPETENZ
        VIII          UNTERNEHMERISCHE KOMPETENZ
        IX            FÜHRUNGSKOMPETENZ
        X             EMOTIONALE INTELLIGENZ
        XI            INTRAPERSÖNLICHE INTELLIGENZ
        XII           INTERKULTURELLE KOMPETENZ
        XIII          INTEGRATION VON ARBEIT UND PRIVATLEBEN
        XIV           INDIVIDUATIONSMERKMALE


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                  COMPOSITION OF THE DEGREE COURSE



                • Hard skills of level 1 : Grundlagen (78 SWS)
                  BUS. ADM. und the subjects of the foundation course
                               (Grundstudium)


                • Hard skills of level 2 : Aufbauwissen (38 SWS)
                  Subjects of the main degree course
                                (Hauptstudium)


                • Hard skills of level 3: Spezialisierungswissen (20 SWS)
                  Subjects of the degree minor
                                (Schwerpunkt)




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                  COMPOSITION OF THE DEGREE COURSE


                 • Combination of hard & soft skills
                     • Internship 1 & 2 (abroad !!)
                     • Degree thesis
                     • Language courses esp. IBEC

                 • Soft Skills
                     • Fit for Study
                     • Personality Development
                     • Erfahrungsaustausch (2x)
                     • Projektmanagement
                     • Team Consultancy Project
                     • Team Skills (Frau Drescher)




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                 ?         MINDMAP:
                           EXERCISE 2
                        WHAT DO I HAVE ?
                               &
                        WHAT DO I NEED ?


                      15 MINUTES : ASSESSMENT


                      15 MINUTES : GROUP DISCUSSION




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                        DIS-COVERING & UN-FOLDING
                              MY POTENTIAL



                      • SEEING LIFE AS A WHOLE
                      • EVERYTHING IS CONNECTED


                      • EMPOWERING MYSELF
                      • REPROGRAMMING MYSELF


                      • ASSUMING CONTROL OF MY LIFE
                      • ASSUMING RESPONSIBILITY FOR MY LIFE



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                        MODES OF BEING-IN-THE-WORLD




                                 UMWELT



                                 MITWELT

     MUTUAL
INTERPENETRATION                 EIGENWELT
         &
INTERDEPENDENCE




  PROF. DR. DE MEUTER                                 24
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                      THE EIGENWELT




                         UNDERSTANDING MYSELF


                        • CHARACTER TYPOLOGY
          ?
                        • WHOLE BRAIN PSYCHOLOGY




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                      CARL GUSTAV JUNG


    SWISS PSYCHIATRIST
        FOUNDER OF :
        ANALYTICAL
       PSYCHOLOGY



    PSYCHOLOGICAL TYPES
     COLLECTED WORKS




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                               • DOES NOT FIT IN
        INTROVERT
                                EASILY / SOCIALIZING
                               • OFTEN SAYS & DOES
                                THE WRONG THING




• ENERGY FLOWS INWARDS
• SELF-PREOCCUPIED
• LIKES BEING ALONE      • SELF INTEGRITY

• OFTEN AN ‘OUTSIDER’    • CREATIVITY / LATERAL THINKING
                         • VISIONARY


  PROF. DR. DE MEUTER                                      27
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    EXTRAVERT

                          • DISSIPATION OF ENERGY
                          • TOO INFLUENCED BY
                           OUTER CIRCUMSTANCES
                          • SUPERFICIALITY



• LIBIDO FLOWS OUTWARDS
• INTERESTED IN HER/HIS
 SURROUNDINGS
                          • ADAPTABILITY
• OPTIMISTIC
                          • SOCIABLE
• ACTIVE
                          • OUTGOING / EASY CONTACT

 PROF. DR. DE MEUTER                                  28
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                       CHARACTER TYPOLOGY


              THE FOUR FUNCTIONS ACCORDING TO JUNG




                      THINKING    INTUITION



                      SENSATION   FEELING




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                             THE THINKER


         • ENJOYS TACKLING PROBLEMS WITH LOGIC.
         • IS STRONG ON ANALYSIS BUT WEAK ON
           IMPLEMENTING SOLUTIONS.
         • IS A METHODICAL WORKER.
         • IS SCEPTICAL OF PROJECTS / IDEAS UNLESS
           BACKED UP WITH SOUND, RATIONAL ARGUMENTS.


         AT WORK:
         GOOD         WITH   FACTS   &   FIGURES;   RESEARCHING;
         SYSTEMS ANALYSIS; ACCOUNTING; FINANCIAL SIDE OF
         BUSINESS.



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                       THE FEELER

         • ENJOYS HUMAN COMPANY.
         • ASSESSES ON PERSONAL VALUES, NOT ON
           TECHNICAL MERIT.
         • IS WARM & SYMPATHETIC.
         • IS PERCEPTIVE ABOUT PEOPLE’S MOODS,
           FEELINGS & REACTIONS.
         • MAY OVERLOOK BLATANT FACTS IN FAVOUR
           OF ‘GUT FEELINGS’.

         AT WORK:
         GOOD AT CEMENTING TEAM RELATIONSHIPS;
         COUNSELLING;      ARBITRATING;  PUBLIC
         RELATIONS; WILL TALK AS EASILY WITH A
         CLERK AS WITH AN EXECUTIVE.

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                      THE SENSOR

    • IS GOOD AT GETTING THINGS DONE.
    • FEELS AT HOME WITH ROUTINE WORK.
    • HAS A LOT OF COMMON SENSE
    • IS PRACTICAL.
    • WORKS HARD & IS USUALLY WELL ORGANISED.
    • IS ENERGETIC & SINGLE-MINDED.


    AT WORK:
    GOOD AT INITIATING PROJECTS; SETTING UP DEALS;
    NEGOTIATING;      TROUBLESHOOTING;   CONVERTING
    IDEAS INTO ACTIONS.



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                      THE INTUITOR

   • ENJOYS PLAYING WITH IDEAS & THEORIES.
   • IS GOOD AT LINKING IDEAS : SYNTHESIS
   • HAS A CAPACITY FOR ‘OVERVIEW’ : SEEING THE
       WHOLE PICTURE.
   • IS CREATIVE & HAS A STRONG IMAGINATIVE SENSE.
   • WILL OFTEN GET HUNCHES WHICH TURN OUT
       CORRECT.


   AT WORK:
   GOOD AT LONG-TERM PLANNING; CREATIVE WRITING;
   LATERAL THINKING; BRAINSTORMING



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                         THE NEED FOR BALANCE
                                  AND
                         PERSONALITY GROWTH




                      THINKING          INTUITION




                      SENSATION         FEELING




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                          EXERCISE:
                      PERSONALITY TEST




                          EXERCISE:
                       MAIN FUNCTION
                       IDENTIFICATION




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                      THE INEQUALITY OF MAN



             • DIFFERENT CHARACTERS

             • DIFFERENT TYPES OF INTELLIGENCE

             • DIFFERENT COMMUNICATION STYLES

             • DIFFERENT THINKING STYLES

             • DIFFERENT LEARNING STYLES




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                       WHOLE BRAIN ACTIVATION



                      • ESSENTIAL FOR BALANCE
                         • INTELLECTUAL
                         • EMOTIONAL
                         • EXISTENTIAL
                      • ESSENTIAL FOR GROWTH
                      • ESSENTIAL FOR MATURITY
                      • ESSENTIAL FOR TRUE HEALTH
                      • IMPROVES PERFORMANCE
                      • HEIGHTENS QUALITY OF LIFE


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                      NED HERRMANN


AUTHOR OF:

‘THE CREATIVE BRAIN’
           &
  ‘THE WHOLE BRAIN
    BUSINESS BOOK’



     WWW.HBDI.COM



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   PERSONAL LIST OF BRAIN DUALITY MILESTONES

DATE     RESEARCHERS             KEY LEARNINGS

1874     JOHN HUGHLINGS-         ONE OF THE TWO HALF-BRAINS IN HUMANS
         JACKSON, MD             TAKES THE LEAD AND BECOMES
                                 THE DOMINANT HEMISPHERE
1960     ROGER SPERRY, Ph.D      SPLIT BRAIN EXPERIMENTS DEMONSTRATE
                                 THAT THE LEFT AND RIGHT HEMISPHERES
                                 ARE SPECIALIZED
1970’s   PAUL MACLEAN            THE TRIUNE BRAIN MODEL:
                                 EVOLUTION OF REPTILIAN BRAIN, LIMBIC
                                 SYSTEM AND CEREBRUM

1975     ROBERT ORNSTEIN, Ph.D   THE HEMISPHERE OF NORMAL HUMAN
                                 BEINGS ARE SPECIALIZED IN PREDICTABLE
                                 AND MEASURABLE WAYS

1976     HENRY MINTZBERG, Ph.D   HUMANS CAN BE ‘SMART AND DULL’ AT
                                 THE SAME TIME
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                BRAIN PHYSIOLOGY & FUNCTIONS



                A                        D

                      CORPUS CALLOSUM




                        HIPPOCAMPAL
                         COMMISURE
                B                        C
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UPPER LEFT                   CEREBRAL MODE       UPPER RIGHT
Logical
                                                     Imaginative
Analyser
Mathematical       A         A       D       D       Synthesizer
                                                          Artistic
Technical
                                                         Holistic
Problem Solver
                                                   Conceptualiser
                         A                   D
        LEFT                                         RIGHT
        MODE                                         MODE
                         B                   C

Controlled                                           Interpersonal
Conservative                                             Emotional
Planner                                                    Musical
Organisational     B          B      C       C            Spiritual
Administrative                                              Talker
LOWER LEFT                                       LOWER RIGHT
                              LIMBIC MODE
   PROF. DR. DE MEUTER                                        41
   FIT FOR STUDY
BALANCED THINKING / FUNCTION PROFILE OF A LARGE GROUP




 PROF. DR. DE MEUTER                             42
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                      UPPER LEFT QUADRANT


ANALYTICAL                          BIAS OF GERMAN
FACTS                               SCHOOL SYSTEM
DATA
TANGIBLE
FEASIBILITY
CRITICAL ASSESSMENT
LINEAR
LOGICAL CONCLUSIONS




CLASSIC DEFINITION

OF INTELLIGENCE


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UPPER LEFT                   CEREBRAL MODE       UPPER RIGHT
Logical
                                                     Imaginative
Analyser
Mathematical       A         A       D       D       Synthesizer
                                                          Artistic
Technical
                                                         Holistic
Problem Solver
                                                   Conceptualiser
                         A                   D
        LEFT                                         RIGHT
        MODE                                         MODE
                         B                   C

Controlled                                           Interpersonal
Conservative                                             Emotional
Planner                                                    Musical
Organisational     B          B      C       C            Spiritual
Administrative                                              Talker
LOWER LEFT                                       LOWER RIGHT
                              LIMBIC MODE
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                              BUSINESS SKILLS




                          ANALYSIS           INNOVATION
                         EVALUATION             VISION
                       QUANTIFICATION         HOLISTIC
                      TECHNICAL SKILLS    STRATEGIC PLANNING
                      FEASIBILITY CHECK   LATERAL THINKER


                       ORGANISATION       INTERPERSONAL SKILLS
                      IMPLEMENTATION           EMPATHY
                         PLANNING           COMMUNICATOR
                       DETAILED WORK          ARBITRATOR
                         ACCURACY               COACH



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        LEARNING STYLES REPRESENTED BY THE
     SPECIALIZED MODES OF THE FOUR QUADRANTS

A Upper Left                                                   D Upper Right
              LEARNS BY                            LEARNS BY
 Acquiring and quantifying facts      Taking initiative
 Applying analysis and logic          Exploring hidden possibilities
 Building cases                       Relying on intuition & self discovery
 Forming theories                     Constructing concepts
                                      Synthesizing content

              LEARNS BY                            LEARNS BY
 Organizing and structuring content   Listening and sharing ideas
 Sequencing content                   Integrating experiences with self
 Evaluating & testing theories        Moving and feeling
 Acquiring skills through practice    Harmonizing with the content
 Implementing course content          Emotional involvement

B Lower Left                                                   C Lower Right
 PROF. DR. DE MEUTER                                                      46
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        LEARNING STYLES REPRESENTED BY THE
     SPECIALIZED MODES OF THE FOUR QUADRANTS

 A Upper Left                                                      D Upper Right
     LEARNERS RESPOND TO                         LEARNERS RESPOND TO
Formalized lecture & Data based content   Spontaneity                   Free flow
Financial/technical case discussions      Experiential opportunities
Text books & bibliographies               Experimentation             Playfulness
Program learning &                        Future oriented case discussions
Behaviour modification                    Visual displays          Aesthetics
                                          Individuality            Being involved
     LEARNERS RESPOND TO                        LEARNERS RESPOND TO
Thorough planning          Structure      Experiential opportunities
Sequential order            Lectures      Sensory movement
Organizational and administrative         Music
case discussions                          People-oriented case discussions
Text books          Program learning      Group interaction
Behaviour modification

B Lower Left                                                        C Lower Right
 PROF. DR. DE MEUTER                                                           47
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              A                                  D
       QUADRANT                              QUADRANT




                      THERE CAN BE A DARK SIDE
                         TO EACH QUADRANT




               B                                 C
       QUADRANT                             QUADRANT
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                        CAN APPEAR




          RIGID                     UNFOCUSSED
   COLD & CALCULATING             IMPULSIVE/RASH
        RUTHLESS               OBLIVIOUS OF DEADLINES
LIMITED BY NEED FOR PROOF          UNDISCIPLINED
       SHORT-TERM                     CHAOTIC




             NIT-PICKING          OVER-SENSITIVE
                BOSSY            UN-BUSINESSLIKE
            STUCK IN A RUT      LACKING DISCIPLINE
           TOTALLY LACKING       OVER-EMOTIONAL
              IN VISION



  PROF. DR. DE MEUTER                                49
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                         BALANCE = HEALTH




                      THINKING     INTUITION




                      SENSATION     FEELING




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                      THE POWER OF POSITIVE THINKING


          • TO THINK IS TO ACT


          • THOUGHT AND HEALING



          • CONSCIOUS & UNCONSCIOUS PROGRAMMING


          • THE INNER SABOTEUR




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                      CREATIVE VISUALIZATION


             • THE PRACTICE OF VISUALIZATION



             • RELAXATION

             • CONCENTRATION

             • REGULARITY & REPETITION

             • WILL POWER / TRUST




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                      EMPOWER YOURSELF


             • RESPECT AND ACCEPT YOURSELF

             • REALIZE YOUR OWN POWER & POTENTIAL

             • EVERYTHING YOU NEED IS WITHIN YOU

             • BELIEVE IN YOURSELF




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                           RELAXATION
                      WHOLE BRAIN ACTIVATION
                               &
                      POSITIVE VISUALIZATION
                            EXERCISE


                            30 MINUTES




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                        SATURDAY


                      FIT FOR STUDY




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                      MOTIVATION



        • FREUD       THE PLEASURE PRINCIPLE

        • JUNG        INDIVIDUATION

        • ADLER       THE WILL TO POWER

        • FRANKL      THE WILL TO MEANING

        • MASLOW      MOTIVATION PYRAMID




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                  MOTIVATION ACCORDING TO MASLOW




                         SELF
                      REALIZATION              THE HIERARCHY PRINCIPLE:
HIERARCHY
PRINCIPLE
                                               THE NEXT HIGHEST LEVEL IS ONLY
                    STATUS NEEDS
             (INFLUENCE, POWER, PRIDE...)
                                               ACTIVATED WHEN THE LEVEL BELOW
                                               IT IS SATISFIED.
                   SOCIAL NEEDS
            (RECOGNITION, LOVE, CONTACT)

                   SECURITY NEEDS
            (FINANCIAL, POLITICAL, LEGAL...)

         FUNDAMENTAL PHYSIOLOGICAL NEEDS
            (SURVIVAL, HUNGER, THIRST...)


PROF. DR. DE MEUTER                                                         57
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                       NEEDS AND THEIR SATISFACTION


TYPE OF NEED                PARALLELS IN THE CORPORATE ENVIRONMENT


1. BASIC NEEDS              Lohn- und Gehaltsregelungen mit Entwicklungs-
                            Möglichkeiten, betriebliche Sozialleistungen,
                            betriebsärztliche Betreuung und Versorgung,
                            Urlaubsregelung, Sauberkeit des Arbeitsplatzes usw.

2. SECURITY NEEDS           Sicherheit des Arbeitsplatzes, betriebliche Alters-
                            versorgung, Versorgung bei Krankheit und Arbeitsunfall,
                            Sicherung des Einkommens für die Zukunft bei Änderung
                            der Arbeit usw.

3. SOCIAL NEEDS             Information und Kommunikation bei der Arbeit,
                            Zugehörigkeit zu Arbeitsgruppen im menschlichen Sinne,
                            Entwicklung und Bewahrung zwischenmenschlicher
                            Beziehungen.
     PROF. DR. DE MEUTER                                                    58
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                       NEEDS AND THEIR SATISFACTION


TYPE OF NEED                PARALLELS IN THE CORPORATE ENVIRONMENT


4. STATUS NEEDS             Erreichung eines bestimmten Status im Unternehmen,
                            Titel, Prestige, Anerkennung des Einsatzes und der
                            Leistung durch Vermittlung von Erfolgserlebnissen,
                            Bestätigung der Selbstachtung.

5. SELF REALIZATION         Bestätigung der Wichtigkeit eigener Arbeit und der Person,
                            Übertragung von Verantwortung, Weiterbildung, Eröffnung
                            von Aufstiegsmöglichkeiten, Kreativität, Mitwirkung bei
                            Entscheidungen, kreative Ausfüllung des eigenen
                            Arbeitsbereiches usw.

      PROF. DR. DE MEUTER                                                    59
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                       GOALS & INCENTIVES



                      1. PERSONAL GOALS AND CORPORATE GOALS
                         HARDLY OVERLAP




                      2. INCENTIVES SHOULD BRING THE TWO
                         SETS OF GOALS CLOSER TOGETHER




  Eigenziele          3. IDEALLY, THE CORPORATE GOALS
                         SHOULD BE PART OF YOUR PERSONAL
                         GOALS
   Arbeitsziele


PROF. DR. DE MEUTER                                        60
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                      NEEDS ACCORDING TO MASLOW


                         SELF REALIZATION:

      * NEED FOR SPIRITUAL VALUES
      * THE DEVELOPMENT OF YOUR OWN POTENTIAL
      * A PERSONAL GOAL TO WORK TOWARDS
      * UNDERSTAND THE MEANING OF LIFE
      * A FEEL FOR MYSTICISM AND INNER GUIDANCE
      * CREATIVITY
      * INDIVIDUATION
      * PERSONAL FREEDOM

PROF. DR. DE MEUTER                               61
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                           ATTAINABLE GOALS




                      CORPORATE            PERSONAL
                      GOALS                GOALS
                 ENVIRONMENTAL
                                            LIMITATIONS
                 CORPORATE




                              ATTAINABLE
                                GOALS

PROF. DR. DE MEUTER                                       62
FIT FOR STUDY
             GOAL-SETTING : PSYCHOLOGICAL FACTORS



 1. Ein Ziel wirkt nur dann handlungsauffordernd, wenn
     mit ihm eine klar umrissene Vorstellung verbunden ist.


 2. Ein Ziel muß positiv formuliert sein, damit es aktivierend wirkt
     und positive Gefühle auslöst.


 3. Ein Ziel muß unter eigener Kontrolle stehen, d.h. die Zielerreichung
     liegt in meiner Hand, ist durch eigenständige Anstrengung erfüllbar.



PROF. DR. DE MEUTER                                                    63
FIT FOR STUDY
                      CRITERIA FOR FORMULATING GOALS

* Ein Ziel muß eindeutig & konkret formuliert sein.

 * Ein Ziel muß anhand beobachteter Größen und/oder
   Verhaltensweisen überprüfbar sein.

 * Ein Ziel muß terminbezogen sein.
   Festzulegen sind entweder ein Zeitpunkt oder ein
   Zeitrahmen.

 * Ein Ziel muß durch Ober- und Untergrenzen definiert sein,
   damit das Leistungsniveau bestimmt wird.

 * Ein Ziel muß realistisch sein.
   Es sollte herausfordernd sein, aber keine Überforderung
   darstellen.
   Ebenso wirkt eine Unterforderung leistungsmindernd, weil
   sie nur einen geringen Belohnungswert hat.

PROF. DR. DE MEUTER                                            64
FIT FOR STUDY
                      CRITERIA FOR FORMULATING GOALS



     * Ein Ziel muß so formuliert sein, daß ich selbst beurteilen
        kann, ob ich dem Ziel nahegekommen bin oder nicht.


     * Ein Ziel muß widerspruchsfrei zu anderen Zielen sein.
        Zielkonflikte haben die Eigenschaft, die eigene Motivation
        und Entscheidungsfreude zu beeinträchtigen.


     * Ein Ziel muß in eine Rangreihe gebracht werden, damit die
        Zielpriorität deutlich wird.




PROF. DR. DE MEUTER                                                  65
FIT FOR STUDY
           GOALS CONFLICTS : CAUSES & SOLUTIONS


* Die Zielformulierung ist zu allgemein
      – besser: konkrete präzise Zielformulierung

* zu wenig geordnetes Zielsystem
      – besser: Ergänzung des Zielsystems und Prioritäten
        setzen

* zu abstrakte Zielformulierung
      – besser: Zieldetaillierung und schrittweise Meßdatenerhebung

* Auflösung von Zielkonflikten
       – Beim Aufbau eines Zielsystems müssen etwaige Zielkonflikte
         durch Gewichtung der Einzelziele, d.h. durch Setzen von
         Prioritäten aufgelöst werden.


  PROF. DR. DE MEUTER                                           66
  FIT FOR STUDY
                       30 MINUTE EXERCISE :
                      DEFINING YOUR GOALS




                      A. DEFINE YOUR WORK GOALS


                      B. DEFINE YOUR PERSONAL & FAMILY GOALS


        C. DETERMINE THE EXTENT OF PERSONAL GOALS &
             CAREER OVERLAP

        D. DRAW UP YOUR MISSION STATEMENT



PROF. DR. DE MEUTER                                       67
FIT FOR STUDY
                      COMMUNICATION : 1




PROF. DR. DE MEUTER                   68
FIT FOR STUDY
                        SUCCESSFUL COMMUNICATION


                        ELEMENTS OF COMMUNICATION



  KNOWLEDGE                   PERSONALITY OF THE SPEAKER


ARGUMENT    QUESTIONS                         POSTURE   GESTURE BREATH   MODULATION
                         ENERGY   INNER       CLOTHES   MIMIC            ARTICULATION
                         FLOW                           GAZE
                                  ATTITUDE




CONVERSATION            SUBLIMINAL           BODY LANGUAGE        LANGUAGE
                        INFORMATION

  PROF. DR. DE MEUTER                                                             69
  FIT FOR STUDY
                      ENERGY FLOW & EMPOWERING


• ENERGY FLOW           & COMMUNICATION


• SUBLIMINAL ENERGY & INFORMATION EXCHANGE


• POWER PLAY & ENERGY FLOW

• DRAINING ENERGY : A NEGATIVE EXAMPLE


• GIVING ENERGY : A POSITIVE EXAMPLE


• ENERGY FLOW : THOUGHTS & EMOTIONS


PROF. DR. DE MEUTER                              70
FIT FOR STUDY
                       CENTERING YOURSELF


                      • ROLE THEORY REVISITED

                      • THE SILENT CENTER

                      • SEEING THROUGH THE MATRIX

                      • CENTERING YOURSELF

                      • FOCUS & ENERGY FLOW

                      • INTEGRAL COMMUNICATION



PROF. DR. DE MEUTER                                 71
FIT FOR STUDY
                         CENTERING
                             &
                      COMMUNICATION FLOW
                          EXERCISE



                                     15 MINUTES




PROF. DR. DE MEUTER                               72
FIT FOR STUDY
                      A FOUR-YEAR PROJECT
              STUDYING AT UNIVERSITY & COMPLETING
                     YOUR DEGREE COURSE



    • WHAT IS A PROJECT ?

    • THE PROJECT LEADER

    • THE PROJECT TEAM

    • ORGANIZING THE PROJECT




PROF. DR. DE MEUTER                                 73
FIT FOR STUDY
                         DEFINITION: PROJECT



                                     A TASK WHICH IS CHARACTERIZED
                                     BY A UNIQUE SET OF CONDITIONS
                PROJECT              E.G.
                                          * CLEAR GOALS
                                          * LIMITED TIME, MONEY &
         UNIQUE       TIME LIMIT
          TASK                               PERSONNEL
                                          * A SPECIAL ORGANIZATION &
                                            INFRASTRUCTURE

       COMPLEX         VARIOUS
         TASK         SKILLS &
                      RESOURCES
                                       (Definition according to DIN 69901)

PROF. DR. DE MEUTER                                               74
FIT FOR STUDY
                          CHARACTERISTICS OF A PROJECT


•   IT HAS A DEFINITE STARTING POINT
•   IT MUST BE COMPLETED WITHIN A DEFINITE TIME LIMIT
•   IT HAS A CLEARLY FORMULATED GOAL
•   IT REQUIRES COMPLEX PLANNING
•   IT REQUIRES SUCCESSFUL COMMUNICATION & COOPERATION
•   IT REQUIRES INTERDISCIPLINARY KNOW-HOW
•   IT REQUIRES THE INTEGRATION OF CERTAIN SOFT SKILLS
•   ITS SUCCESS IS MEASURABLE (IN UNITS OF MONEY OR TIME)
•   IT IS HEADED BY A RESPONSIBLE PERSON (PROJECT LEADER)



    PROF. DR. DE MEUTER                                     75
    FIT FOR STUDY
     CRITERIA OF SUCCESSFUL PROJECT MANAGEMENT




                            MOTIVATION =
                            TEAM SPIRIT

              CLEAR GOALS                   SUCCESSFUL
              = RESULTS                    COMMUNICATION
                                           & COOPERATION


             CONSTANT
            MONITORING                       EFFECTIVE USE
                                             OF RESOURCES




PROF. DR. DE MEUTER                                          76
FIT FOR STUDY
                        THE PROJECT LEADER



THE PROJECT LEADER IS RESPONSIBLE FOR


 ACHIEVING THE PROJECT GOALS
  WITH THE AVAILABLE PERSONNEL
  WITH THE EXISTING ORGANIZATION
  WITH THE EXISTING METHODS & TOOLS
  WITHIN THE TIME LIMIT
  WITH THE SET BUDGET

 THE SUCCESS / FAILURE OF THE PROJECT.



  PROF. DR. DE MEUTER                        77
  FIT FOR STUDY
                       TASKS OF THE PROJECT LEADER



• COORDINATION : STAFF, TECHNOLOGY, RESOURCES

• PLANNING, TIMING & MONITORING : RESOURCES, TIMETABLE, MILESTONES

• CHECKING THE RESULTS : QUALITY CONTROL

• WORKING OUT ALTERNATIVE SOLUTIONS & STRATEGIES

• GUARANTEEING SMOOTH COMMUNICATION & INFORMATION FLOW

• HANDING IN & PRESENTING THE RESULTS




 PROF. DR. DE MEUTER                                            78
 FIT FOR STUDY
                      QUALITIES OF A PROJECT LEADER
                                     1




PERSONALITY :
     ANALYTICAL SKILLS
      ORGANISATORY SKILLS
     CREATIVITY
     AUTONOMY
     SINGLEMINDEDNESS
     POWERS OF CONVICTION
     NEGOTIATING SKILLS
     WILLINGNESS TO TAKE RISKS
     ABILITY TO TAKE DECISIONS


PROF. DR. DE MEUTER                                   79
FIT FOR STUDY
                       QUALITIES OF A PROJECT LEADER
                                      2


TEAM-LEADING SKILLS
      ABILITY TO LEAD A TEAM
      ABILITY TO INTEGRATE
      ABILITY TO COMPROMISE
      MASTERY OF WORK METHODS
      COMMUNICATION TECHNIQUES
SPECIAL KNOW-HOW (PROJECT-SPECIFIC)
     BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION
     INTERNATIONAL MARKETING
GENERAL & FIRM-SPECIFIC REQUIREMENTS
      LANGUAGE SKILLS
     COMPUTING SKILLS

 PROF. DR. DE MEUTER                                   80
 FIT FOR STUDY
                      THE IDEAL PROJECT LEADER


                              CREATIVE



               CLEAR                       CONCISE


                              GOALS

      COOPERATIVE                          COMPETENT



                             CONSISTENT



PROF. DR. DE MEUTER                                    81
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                              ETC. ETC. !!!

___ Organisieren der Arbeit                ___ Organisation und Politik des Unternehmens
___ Arbeiten mit DV                        ___ Programmiersprachen
___ Überwachen von Plänen
                                           ___ Fremdsprachen
___ Auslegen von Budgetplänen
___ Führen von Mitarbeitern                ___ DV-Produkte und -Anwendungen
___ Schreiben von Programmen               ___ Planungsmethoden
___ Präsentieren von Arbeitsergebnissen    ___ Psychologie und Soziologie
___ Krisenmanagement                       ___ Rechnungswesen
___ Mitarbeiter motivieren
                                           ___ Bereitschaft anderen zu helfen
___ Kommunikationsfähigkeit
___ Entscheidungen treffen                 ___ zusammen mit Mitarbeitern planen
___ Systemanalyse durchführen              ___ Takt, Ausgeglichenheit
___ Geschäftspolitik erläutern             ___ Bereitschaft zu delegieren
___ Projektsteuerungstechniken einsetzen   ___ offen für Neuerungen und Änderungen
___ Gruppe leiten
                                           ___ Entscheidungsfreudigkeit
___ Programmcode lesen und analysieren
___ Durchsetzungsvermögen                  ___ Bereitschaft Hilfe anzunehmen
___ Überzeugungskraft gegenüber            ___ Vertrauen in Fähigkeiten der Mitarbeiter
    Vorgesetzten


      PROF. DR. DE MEUTER                                                         82
      FIT FOR STUDY
                      RELAXATION EXERCISE


                      SILVA MIND CONTROL


                           BREAK




PROF. DR. DE MEUTER                         83
FIT FOR STUDY
                      PROJECT MANAGEMENT
                           CONTINUED




                        THE PROJECT TEAM


                      ORGANIZING THE PROJECT




PROF. DR. DE MEUTER                            84
FIT FOR STUDY
                      TEAM SIZE

                            AIMS:
                             KNOW-HOW & COMPETENCE
                             DIRECT COMMUNICATION
                             MINIMUM OF ADMINISTRATIVE
                                  EFFORT

                            PROBLEM:
                             ADMINISTRATIVE TASKS
                             THE NEED FOR INFORMATION
                             PROJECT MANAGEMENT
                            GROWS OVERPROPORTIONALLY
                            WITH THE SIZE OF THE TEAM !

PROF. DR. DE MEUTER                                       85
FIT FOR STUDY
                      TEAM SIZE – PRO / CONTRA


                           +   WORK WITH PARTNER
                           +   MUTUAL EXCHANGE OF THOUGHTS
                           –   RIVALRY
                           –   NEED FOR EXTERNAL EXPERTISE



                           +   OPTIMAL WORK GROUP
                           +   OVERVIEW & DETAILS
                           –   SUBCRITICAL SIZE



                           + JUDGEMENTS
                           – DECISIONS (DEADLOCK)
                           +/- CLEAR AIMS & METHODS


PROF. DR. DE MEUTER                                          86
FIT FOR STUDY
                      TEAM SIZE – PRO / CONTRA




                           +   WORK & DECISION-MAKING GROUP
                           +   PARTICIPATION WITHOUT LOSS OF TIME




                           +   CREATIVITY
                           –   DELEGATING RESPONSIBILITY




PROF. DR. DE MEUTER                                                 87
FIT FOR STUDY
                      TEAM SIZE – PRO / CONTRA




                               +   PROBLEM-SOLVING
                               +   FINDING CREATIVE SOLUTIONS
                               –   LEARNING EFFICACITY
                               –   COMMUNICATION




                      RECOMMENDATION:
                           PROJECT TEAM > 7
                                   BUILD SUB-GROUPS


PROF. DR. DE MEUTER                                             88
FIT FOR STUDY
                      THE SIGNIFICANT OTHER


         • WHAT ROLE DO THE PROFESSORS & LECTURERS PLAY ?
         • WHAT ROLE DO MY FELLOW STUDENTS PLAY ?


         • KEEP FOCUSSED : REMEMBER YOUR PRIORITIES
         • ADOPT A POSITIVE ATTITUDE
         • DON’T HURT THE FEELINGS OF OTHERS
         • MUTUAL RESPECT
         •TO KNOW ALL IS TO FORGIVE ALL
         • LEARN FROM EVERY ENCOUNTER


PROF. DR. DE MEUTER                                     89
FIT FOR STUDY
           TOM BROWN & AND THE OLD FISHERMAN




PROF. DR. DE MEUTER                            90
FIT FOR STUDY
                           ORGANIZING THE PROJECT

                               THE PHASE PRINCIPLE


HOW DO I TACKLE A COMPLEX PROJECT ?


            IDENTIFY YOUR GOALS
            SPLIT THE TASKS
            PROGRESS STEP-BY-STEP
            MAINTAIN AN OVERVIEW
            INTEGRATE THE SUB-TASKS



= PHASE PRINCIPLE        (5 CONSECUTIVE STEPS)



   PROF. DR. DE MEUTER                               91
   FIT FOR STUDY
                EFFECTIVENESS = THE PHASE PRINCIPLE



* A SYSTEMATIC METHOD               * MAINTAIN AN OVERVIEW OF
                                     ACTIVITIES
 IDENTIFY PROBLEMS MORE EASILY      RESOURCES
 FIND VIABLE SOLUTIONS              TIME MANAGEMENT
 IMPLEMENT THE BEST SOLUTION
                                    * DECISION-MAKING REGARDING
* TOP DOWN APPROACH
                                     UNAVOIDABLE DIFFICULTIES
 PROBLEM-SPLITTING                  DELEGATION OF RESPONSIBILITY
 SOLVING OF SUB-TASKS               PRIORITIES
 INTEGRATION OF RESULTS            COORDINATION

                                    * MINIMIZING RISKS


   PROF. DR. DE MEUTER                                          92
   FIT FOR STUDY
                        PLANNING & TIME MANAGEMENT
                              IN TEN STEPS


1. STUDY THE PROJECT AND MAKE A LIST OF ALL THE ACTIVITIES.


2. CREATE REALISTIC ACTIVITY UNITS AND STRUCTURE THEM
ACCORDING TO PHASES AND CONTENT.


3. IF YOU DON‘T HAVE ENOUGH EXPERIENCE, REFER
TO OTHER PROJECTS AND DRAW ON THE EXPERTISE
OF OTHERS.




  PROF. DR. DE MEUTER                                         93
  FIT FOR STUDY
                      PLANNING & TIME MANAGEMENT
                            IN TEN STEPS


4. ESTIMATE THE AMOUNT OF WORK ENTAILED (NET) FOR THE
SINGLE ACTIVITY-UNITS.


5. ASSUME NORMAL RISKS AND WORK CONDITIONS &
AN AVERAGE WORK LOAD.


6. IF METHODS AND TOOLS ARE TO BE USED, DO NOT
EXPECT TO SAVE TIME OR WORK EFFORT.




PROF. DR. DE MEUTER                                     94
FIT FOR STUDY
                      PLANNING & TIME MANAGEMENT
                            IN TEN STEPS



    7. ESTIMATE THE TIME & WORK YOU WILL HAVE TO INVEST
       INDEPENDENTLY OF ANY SCHEDULE.


    8. CHECK YOUR TIME & EFFORT ESTIMATION BY :

     COMPARING THE ESTIMATIONS OF OTHER EXPERTS
     USING OTHER CRITERIA & METHODS
     CORRECTING YOUR ESTIMATION AT REGULAR
          INTERVALS DURING THE PROJECT.




PROF. DR. DE MEUTER                                       95
FIT FOR STUDY
                      PLANNING & TIME MANAGEMENT
                            IN TEN STEPS


9. ADD BUFFERS & STILL RESERVES

 IF POSSIBLE, NOT WITHIN THE SINGLE UNITS
 BY INCLUDING UNEXPECTED DELAYS & EXTRA ACTIVITIES

10. CHECK OVER YOUR COMPLETED TIME PLAN

 COMPARE THE TASKS WITH THE TIME DELEGATED
 DECIDE ON A REALISTIC SCHEDULE: TIME & EFFORT
 DECIDE ON PRIORITIES & PLAN THEM IN
SPREAD YOUR RESOURCES ACCORDINGLY




PROF. DR. DE MEUTER                                   96
FIT FOR STUDY
                         IN A NUTSHELL


1. NO PROJECT CAN WORK WITHOUT PROJECT MANAGEMENT
   BETTER POOR PLANNING THAN NO PLANNING !!

2. BE SYSTEMATIC AS POSSIBLE
   IDENTIFY CLEAR MILESTONES
   CHECK YOUR PROGRESS REGULARLY

3. INVEST AS MUCH TIME AS NECESSARY IN YOUR PM
   BUT DON„T BECOME ADDICTED TO IT !!

4. BE HONEST
   BE FLEXIBLE
   BE REALISTIC




  PROF. DR. DE MEUTER                               97
  FIT FOR STUDY
                           LANGUAGE LECTURES


         FRENCH & SPANISH I         = 4 SWS       = AWPF 1 & 2
         FRENCH & SPANISH II        = 4 SWS       = AWPF 3 & 4
         FRENCH & SPANISH III       = 4 SWS       = AWPF 5 & 6


          LANGUAGE CERTIFICATE ( INTERNAL)

                      INTERNATIONAL MARKETING
                BUSINESS FRENCH AND SPANISH = 4 + 4 SWS
              PREPARATORY COURSES COUNTED AS AWPFs !!
                      CAN ALSO PASS DELF / DALF ETC.


PROF. DR. DE MEUTER                                              98
FIT FOR STUDY
                              LEARNING &
                         TIME MANAGEMENT



       1. Konzentrieren Sie sich auf Ihre Hauptaufgaben


       2. Ermitteln Sie das Ablaufmuster Ihres Arbeitstages


       3. Vergeben Sie täglich Prioritätsziffern für Ihre Aufgaben


       4. Lassen Sie genügend Zeit für Unvorhergesehenes




PROF. DR. DE MEUTER                                                  99
FIT FOR STUDY
                            LEARNING &
                       TIME MANAGEMENT




  5. Arbeiten Sie nach Ihrer persönlichen Leistungskurve


  6. Fassen Sie gleichartige Tätigkeiten in Zeitblöcken zusammen


  7. Versuchen Sie, Störungen und Unterbrechungen auszuschalten


  8. Kommen Sie schnell zum Kernpunkt einer Sache




PROF. DR. DE MEUTER                                                100
FIT FOR STUDY
               Zusammenhänge zwischen Lebensplan und Tagesplan

               Anpassung
                                     Lebensplan
                Anpassung
                                  Mehrjahrespläne
                                                        Aufgegliedert in (Soll)
 Jahresergebnis                      Jahresplan


Quartalsergebnisse                                                       Quartalspläne

                                  Soll-Ist-Vergleich:
Monatsergebnisse                  Überprüfung der                         Monatspläne
                                     Ergebnisse
                                      (Kontrolle)
Wochenergebnisse                                                         Wochenpläne


 Tagesergebnisse            ist        Tagespläne




     PROF. DR. DE MEUTER                                                          101
     FIT FOR STUDY
                        Der negative Kreislauf der X-Theorie


                                     Theorie X

       und bestätigt                                         daraus folgen




   Verantwortungsscheu und                          Strenge Vorschriften
      mangelnder Initiative                            und Kontrollen




         das führt zu                                       das schafft
                              Passives Arbeitsverhalten



PROF. DR. DE MEUTER                                                          102
FIT FOR STUDY
                        Der positive Kreislauf der Y-Theorie


                                     Theorie Y

      und bestätigt                                            daraus folgen



                                                    Handlungsspielraum
          Initiative und
                                                           und
   Verantwortungsbereitschaft
                                                      Selbstkontrolle




         das führt zu                                      das schafft

                              Engagement für die Arbeit



PROF. DR. DE MEUTER                                                            103
FIT FOR STUDY
                      NEXT EXERCISE


        TIME MANAGEMENT PLAN
                        OF


      • THE FIRST SEMESTER
      • THE FIRST TWO YEARS


      30+ MINUTES ON YOUR OWN         +
      30 MINUTES DISCUSSION + PRESENTATION


PROF. DR. DE MEUTER                          104
FIT FOR STUDY
                        SEMESTER PLAN
                           EXAMPLE


               FIRST SEMESTER
               VWL                        6 SWS
               BWL                        6 SWS
               BUCHFÜHRUNG                4 SWS
               ENGLISCH                   4 SWS
               ORG + ÜB: 2 SWS/14 Tg.     4 SWS
               AWPF   DATENBANK           2 SWS
               WF     HTML                4 SWS
                                        ________
                                          30 SWS

PROF. DR. DE MEUTER                                105
FIT FOR STUDY
       RELAXATION                             SPORT




                           SUCCESS :
                      A QUESTION OF BALANCE




              DIET                            SOCIAL
                                              CONTACT



PROF. DR. DE MEUTER                                     106
FIT FOR STUDY
                      SEMESTER PLAN




    LECTURES                                 =   30 SWS
    PREPARATION & CONSOLIDATION              =   30 SWS
    SPORT             ( 3 TIMES A WEEK … )
    TEAM WORK         ( CERTAIN SUBJECTS )
    COMMUTING                ?
    SOCIAL CONTACTS          ?
    RELAXATION               ?
    DIET / MEALS             ?




PROF. DR. DE MEUTER                                       107
FIT FOR STUDY
                      EXERCISE


        TIME MANAGEMENT PLAN
                        OF


      • THE FIRST SEMESTER
      • THE FIRST TWO YEARS


      30+ MINUTES ON YOUR OWN     +
      30 MINUTES DISCUSSION & PRESENTATIONS


PROF. DR. DE MEUTER                           108
FIT FOR STUDY
                          SUNDAY


                      FIT FOR STUDY




PROF. DR. DE MEUTER                   109
FIT FOR STUDY
                         LEARNING TECHNIQUES




                      THE RESOURCES OF THE FH

                       • THE LIBRARY

                       • THE INTERNET

                       • THE KNOW-HOW OF PEERS

                       • THE KNOW-HOW OF THE STAFF




PROF. DR. DE MEUTER                                  110
FIT FOR STUDY
                         THE SEMINARS



                      • ATTENDANCE

                      • THE PERSONALITY FACTOR

                      • A TWO-EDGED SWORD

                      • THE SCRIPT

                      • THE DIDACTIC ASPECT / EVALUATION

                      • THE EXAMINATION




PROF. DR. DE MEUTER                                        111
FIT FOR STUDY
                  BLENDED QUESTIONING TECHNIQUES



                 IF YOU ARE GOING TO ASK A QUESTION
                 WHICH IMPLICITLY CRITICIZES OR ATTACKS
                 WHAT    SOMEONE    HAS   SAID,   START      BY
                 OFFERING     POSITIVE    FEEDBACK          AND
                 FOLLOW UP WITH THE CRITICAL QUERY OR
                 STATEMENT ... BE TACTFUL !

                 AVOID   OPEN   CONFRONTATION      -   IT    IS
                 COUNTERPRODUCTIVE.



PROF. DR. DE MEUTER                                               112
FIT FOR STUDY
                      BRIDGING THE GAP


            • FORMULATE YOUR QUESTIONS CLEARLY

            • INSIST ON EQUALLY PRECISE ANSWERS

            • IF YOU ARE NOT SATISFIED, TELL THE PROF !

            • THIS CAN ALSO BE AFTER THE LECTURE

            • IF A LECTURER IS CHAOTIC OR UNINTELLIGIBLE,
            DO NOT TACKLE HIM ALONE BUT GO AS A GROUP
            AND CONFRONT HIM / HER.

            • HAVE SPECIFIC POINTS TO CRITICIZE : BE
            PRECISE AND OFFER ALTERNATIVES IF POSSIBLE


PROF. DR. DE MEUTER                                         113
FIT FOR STUDY
                       LEARNING TECHNIQUES



                      FLEXIBLE LEARNING STRATEGIES

                         • LEARNING ALONE

                         • LEARNING IN PAIRS

                         • LEARNING IN GROUPS

                         • EXPECTATIONS & THE TIME FACTOR

                         • GIVE & TAKE




PROF. DR. DE MEUTER                                         114
FIT FOR STUDY
                           EFFECTIVE LEARNING :
                          A QUESTION OF BALANCE


                      • BODY : EXERCISE / FITNESS
                             • DIET
                             • REST
                      • MIND : CONCENTRATION        RELAXATION
                      • SOUL : CONTENTMENT
                             • CONFIDENCE
                             • CALM
                      • INTERPERSONAL RELATIONS


PROF. DR. DE MEUTER                                              115
FIT FOR STUDY
                          EFFECTIVE LEARNING :
                            THE ENVIRONMENT



                      • THE ROOM

                      • THE DESK / THE LIGHTING

                      • FRESH AIR / ROOM TEMPERATURE

                      • DEALING WITH DISTRACTIONS

                      • TIME TABLE & LEARNING BLOCKS

                      • LEARNING MIX



PROF. DR. DE MEUTER                                    116
FIT FOR STUDY
                           EFFECTIVE LEARNING :
                          FOCUSSING YOUR ENERGY


                      YOU LEARN WITH YOUR WHOLE BEING,
                        NOT JUST WITH YOUR BRAIN !
                              • POSTURE ?

                              • SUBLIMINAL TENSION ?

                              • BREATHING ?

                              • EMOTIONAL BALANCE ?

                              • FOCUS ?


PROF. DR. DE MEUTER                                      117
FIT FOR STUDY
                      WORKING WITH SCRIPTS & FILES


                         • BE SYSTEMATIC
                            • SUBJECT / DATE / PAGE NUMBER
                         • BE NEAT

                         • KEEP UP TO DATE

                         • REVISE MATERIAL BRIEFLY A.S.A.P.

                         • CLARIFY QUERIES / FILL GAPS A.S.A.P.

                         • MARKING SYMBOLS : USE COLOURS

                         • METHOD : RIGHT THE FIRST TIME



PROF. DR. DE MEUTER                                               118
FIT FOR STUDY
                       3 - APPROACH READING

                      • GENERAL OVERVIEW
                         • RAPID SCAN
                         • MAJOR POINT ANALYSIS
                         • SUMMARY
                      • DETAILED KNOWLEDGE
                         • ANALYSIS
                         • UNDERSTANDING
                         • PRESENTATION ( TO AUDIENCE )
                      • MATERIAL TO BE MEMORIZED
                         • CONCENTRATED BLOCK LEARNING
                         • REPETITION
PROF. DR. DE MEUTER                                       119
FIT FOR STUDY
                      EXAMINATION PERFORMANCE

                      • LONG-TERM PLANNING (200 HRS PREP.)

                      • SYSTEMATIC PREPARATION

                      • THE PROF’S EXPECTATIONS

                         • HELP DECIDE ON PRIORITIES

                         • THE CORRECT FORMULATION

                      • ME : PSYCHOLOGICAL FACTORS

                      • READING & ANSWERING TECHNIQUES

                      • CORRELATING MARKS & EFFORT

                      • INTELLIGENT TIMING


PROF. DR. DE MEUTER                                          120
FIT FOR STUDY
                      TEAM MOTIVATION




PROF. DR. DE MEUTER                     121
FIT FOR STUDY
                        COMMUNICATION



                       • BE A GOOD LISTENER




                  NATURE HAS GIVEN HUMANS TWO EARS
                        AND ONLY ONE TONGUE
               THIS IS A GENTLE HINT THAT WE SHOULD
                      LISTEN MORE THAN WE SPEAK




PROF. DR. DE MEUTER                                   122
FIT FOR STUDY
                      COMMUNICATION II


                           DISCUSSIONS


              • HAVE A CLEAR POINT TO MAKE / GOAL

              • STEER THE DIRECTION OF THE DISCUSSION

              • DO NOT DIGRESS

              • CLARIFY YOUR TERMS

              • SUMMARIZE THE MAIN POINTS

              • BE WILLING TO LEARN FROM OTHERS



PROF. DR. DE MEUTER                                     123
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                      QUESTIONS & ANSWERS



                       QUESTION TECHNIQUES


                 • UNPRODUCTIVE QUESTIONS
                 • INFORMATION-GATHERING QUESTIONS
                 • MONITORING QUESTIONS
                 • ALTERNATIVE-SEEKING QUESTIONS
                 • SUGGESTIVE QUESTIONS
                 • RHETORICAL QUESTIONS




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                         UNPRODUCTIVE QUESTIONS




        TYPICAL UNPRODUCTIVE QUESTIONS:

                      “ EVERYTHING O.K. ?"
                      “ YOU HAVE UNDERSTOOD IT NOW, HAVEN‘T YOU ?"

         THESE AND SIMILAR QUESTIONS ARE USELESS BECAUSE
         THEY DO NOT STIMULATE COMMUNICATION
         OR INFORMATION FLOW.




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                      PRODUCTIVE QUESTIONS



THE FOLLOWING QUESTIONING TECHNIQUES ARE EFFECTIVE:

          1. GET PEOPLE TO REPEAT WHAT HAS BEEN DISCUSSED
          2. ASK DETAILED QUESTIONS ABOUT SPECIFIC POINTS
          3. GET PEOPLE TO SUMMARIZE THE MAJOR POINTS
          4. ASK PEOPLE HOW THEY WOULD PROCEED FROM THIS POINT ...

THESE QUESTIONING TECHNIQUES ARE EFFECTIVE BECAUSE THEY
CHECK IF THE PROCESS OF COMMUNICATION HAS SUCCEEDED




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                THE INFORMATION-GATHERING QUESTION (1)




      WHAT HAPPENS WHEN                 THIS IS A SO-CALLED
      YOU PUSH THE F5 KEY ?
                                            ‘W-QUESTION‘

                                              WHICH ?
                                              WHAT ?
                                              WHEN ?
                                              WHY ?

                                        • IT IS AN OPEN QUESTION
                                        • IT INITIATES A DIALOGUE
                                        • IT IS VERY SPECIFIC
                                        • IT IS NEUTRAL


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                THE INFORMATION-GATHERING QUESTION (2)


         WHAT EXACTLY IS
         YOUR PROBLEM ?

                                        ...INFORMATION-GATHERING
                                        QUESTIONS OFTEN LEAD TO
        MY MOUSE IS SQUEAKING           MONITORING QUESTIONS.
        AND IS DIRTYING MY
        DESK.




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                        MONITORING QUESTIONS




          YOUR MOUSE HAS FALLEN         THE MONITORING
          INTO YOUR COFFEE ?            QUESTION
                                        IS USUALLY ANSWERED
                                        WITH A SIMPLE YES OR NO,
                                        BUT IS NEEDED TO CLARIFY
               THAT„S                   ISSUES AND TO TRIGGER
               RIGHT!                   OFF FURTHER DISCUSSION




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                          THE ALTERNATIVE QUESTION




           DID YOU PRESS THE RIGHT
           OR THE LEFT MOUSE KEY ?


                                         THIS KIND OF QUESTION
                                         GETS PEOPLE TO SUPPLY
                      BOTH !             SPECIFIC ANSWERS AND IS
                                         OFTEN USED WHEN PROBLEM-
                                         SOLVING & TROUBLE-SHOOTING




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                             THE SUGGESTIVE QUESTION




        OUR NEW COMPUTERIZED
        EVALUATION SYSTEM IS EASY
        TO USE, ISN„T IT ?
                                             THE SUGGESTIVE QUESTION
                                             DOES NOT IMPART
                                             INFORMATION,BUT RATHER
                      ..!?                   EXPECTS A RESPONSE WHICH
                                             EXPRESSES ACCEPTANCE,
                                             FRUSTRATION OR AGGRESSION

                                             IT SHOULD BE USED EXPLICITLY
                                             FOR THIS PURPOSE



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                      THE RHETORICAL QUESTION




     YOU STEPPED ON YOUR KEYBOARD
     BY ACCIDENT ? OOOH ! YOU HAVE
     A PROBLEM NOW, DON„T YOU ?



                                     RHETORICAL QUESTIONS ARE
                                     COUNTERPRODUCTIVE AND
                                     SHOULD BE AVOIDED !




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INFORMATION
                        INFORMATION / EFFECT MATRIX
GAIN

               INFORMATION-GATHERING
               QUESTION


                        ALTERNATIVE
                        QUESTION



                                  MONITORING
                                  QUESTION



                                               SUGGESTIVE
                                               QUESTION



                                                       RHETORICAL
                                                       QUESTION



                                                            EFFECTIVENESS
                                                            AID TO DECISION-MAKING
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                           Moderation von Teamsitzungen



Regeln                            Wozu?                               Wie?

FASSE DICH KURZ!               Verhinderung von Monologen    Selbstdisziplin:
30-sek-Regel                   alle Teilnehmer aktivieren    Spielregeln
                                                             30-sec-Karte
                                                             Regelung

                               Bildhafte Darstellung von
                               Meinungen, Standpunkten.      Moderationsmaterial
VISUALISIEREN                  optische und akustische
                               Aufnahme unterstützen;
                               Aussagen zu sortieren.

                               normale Arbeitssituation      durch räumliche
                               herbeiführen;                 Bedingungen;
GELOCKERTE                     Kommunikation er leichtern;   Ruhepausen setzen;
ATMOSPHÄRE                     neue Ideen zu ermöglichen;    Verhalten des Leiters :
                               Vertrauen gewinnen ;          auch mal lachen
                               schlechte Laune abbauen



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                                   Moderation von Teamsitzungen


Regeln                     Wozu?                              Wie?

STIMULIERENDES             Beteiligung aller sicher stellen   Killer-phrasen vermeiden;
DISKUSSIONS-                                                  mehr Fragen stellen
VERHALTEN                                                     als Antworten geben;
                                                              erste Regel einhalten
                                                              Konferenzen nicht leiten,
                                                              sondern moderieren

TRANSPARENZ -              gezieltes Feedback                 Ja-Nein-Fragen vermeiden;
FRAGEN                     alle Teilnehmer aktivieren         Ein-Punkt-/Mehr-Punkt-
                           Stimmungen sichtbar machen         Abfragen
                                                              Zufriedenheitsfragen

BEWERTEN -                 Meinungen sichtbar machen          Punkt-Abfragen
ALLE MEINUNGEN             Konflikte verdeutlichen            Bewertungsskalen
SIND WICHTIG!              Schwerpunkte setzen
                           Prioritäten setzen
                           Ziele verdeutlichen

PAUSE                      informelle Gespräche               Zeitplanung
MACHEN                     Ermüdung vermeiden                 Stimmung beobachten
                           Konzentration erhöhen              in Pausen “abschalten”

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                      COMMUNICATION LEVELS


         1. INTRAPERSONAL :
             BE ALERT TO SIGNALS
                            2. INTERPERSONAL / INFORMAL :

                              RESPECT & CONSIDERATION

          3. INTERPERSONAL / FORMAL :

             RESPECT THE CODES

                                   ALL ARE HOLISTIC

                           ALL REQUIRE FOCUS & CENTREDNESS

                              ALL HAVE LONG-TERM EFFECTS

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                                ME & THEM

                      • MANIPULATION & PSYCHOGAMES
                           ACT, DON’T REACT

                      • TALKING ABOUT OTHERS:
                         YOU REAP WHAT YOU SOW

                      • BASIC ATTITUDE :
                         BE RESPECTFUL & CONSIDERATE


                      DIE EIGENE WICHTIGKEIT VERLIEREN




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                      CENTERING & EMPATHY
                           EXERCISE


                       EMOTIONAL HEALING
                      HEALING RELATIONSHIPS




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                         THE CHALLENGE


               • ASSUME RESPONSIBILITY FOR YOUR LIFE

                           • THE PAST
                           • THE PRESENT
                           • THE FUTURE

              • BE AWARE OF CONNECTEDNESS
                        THE WEB OF LIFE

               • DETERMINE YOUR PERSONAL REALITY
                       EMPOWER YOURSELF


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                           FIT FOR LIFE


                 AWARENESS OF GLOBAL DEVELOPMENTS


                 LINKING THIS INFORMATION : SYNTHESIS


                 UNDERSTANDING THE CHALLENGES


                 AWARENESS OF GAPS & BLIND SPOTS


                 APPLYING THIS KNOWLEDGE



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                      THE SPECTRUM OF CONSCIOUSNESS



           RADIO WAVES           SUPER                ?
                                 CONSCIOUSNESS




           VISIBLE LIGHT         EVERYDAY         ‘REALITY’

                                 CONSCIOUSNESS




                                 SUBCONSCIOUS
           GAMMA RAYS            UNCONSCIOUS      ?
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                         FIT FOR LIFE



                      • HOW DO I BREAK OUT OF THE MATRIX ?
                      = WHAT IS REALITY ?


                      • WHAT IS MAN ?
                      = WHAT IS THE MEANING OF LIFE ?


                      • HOW DO I ORIENTATE MYSELF ?
                      = AN ABSOLUTELY VALID VALUE SYSTEM




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                      MINDMAP : PERSONAL TALLY
                      • WHAT HAVE I LEARNT ?
                      • WHAT CAN I USE ?
                      • HOW WILL I IMPLEMENT IT ?


                      • TEAM DISCUSSION:
                       COMPARING TALLIES




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                              UNIVERSITY LIFE
                                   ENVOI

            • TAKE FULL ADVANTAGE OF YOUR SITUATION
                              BE GRATEFUL

            • LEARN HARD & ENJOY LIFE
                         MAINTAIN YOUR BALANCE

            • WORK ON YOURSELF
                YOUR PERSONALITY & CHARACTER ARE THE
                      KEY TO YOUR HAPPINESS & SUCCESS




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                             THAT‟S IT !
                               NOW
                      THE BALL IS IN YOUR COURT




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                       IT‟S TIME
                          TO
                      PACK & GO !!




                      MAY THE FORCE
                      BE ALWAYS WITH YOU !!




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