Life is a continuous process of adjusting your ‘ways of doing’ to match the needs of the present situation. Conditions, life, people, environments, state of mind continuously change. ‘What you need’ always exceeds ‘What you have’. Seen from a human element perspective behaviour is of course a key parameter. But what impacts behaviour? And what do we need to keep an eye out for if we want to utilise the full human potential and thereby achieve a better ability to ensure ‘What we need’.
For many years Green-Jakobsen has been involved in many human element related projects. An important learning is that to manage the human element we need to have a deeper understanding and a richer vocabulary than is available in our everyday language. The human element is more than two words and if you are in position where you need to influence the human element, a strong subject insight will help you do your job.
This first online course (first out of five) about the human element focuses on how we can better understand what impacts human behaviour and why we continuously need to discuss our behaviour if we are to ensure ‘What we need’. As always, I will present a bit of theory, some methods but also some practical advice and tools.
During the five online courses, we will discuss human limitations and potentials and I will present methods on how to overcome e.g. human bias, prejudice, unfocused thinking and attention, performance overrating and many other things.
I look forward to seeing you.
Friday the 12th of March
09.00 DK time (GMT +1)
Course duration: Approx. 1 hour
Sign up for the first online course in ‘The Human Element’ for 30€.
Or sign-up to all five The Human Element course, thru this link: The Human Element Courses
June 4, 2021
The Human Element – ‘What you need’ is subjectivity
THE DEADLINE FOR REGISTRATION IS TWO (2) DAYS BEFORE THE COURSE DATE. (1day for webinars)