Developing self awareness is a key pre-requisite for thinking your best and wisely navigating life. When we know ourselves, we are better able to spot instances where, our otherwise hidden, beliefs and values bias how we understand challenges, manage relationships and make sense of life more generally. One study from The Korn Ferry Institute even identified a correlation between increased self awareness and the positive financial performance of companies.
Developing the philosophical skill of self awareness is a life-long project that should be enjoyable. In this Self Awareness workshop from Philosophy at Work, we create a positive and productive space for groups to pick up research-driven tools that will help them develop their understanding of what makes them unique and identify proactive ways to keep moving forward.
“The reason why the world lacks unity, and lies broken and in heaps, is, because man is disunited with himself.”
Ralph Waldo Emerson
Participants will leave this Self Awareness workshop with:
- Greater understanding of the beliefs and values ‘running in the background’ of their behaviour;
- Awareness of personal strengths and the potential challenges that come with those strengths;
- Practical techniques for cultivating day-to-day self-awareness at pace; and
- Insight into how best to navigate relationships with colleagues who lack self awareness.
“Brennan has that masterful way of combining a calm and gentle presentation style with insightful and impactful content – his presentation to our corporate strategy day on issues of trust and self-awareness was mould-breaking in its impact, which is exactly what we hoped he would achieve.”
To start a conversation about how you can develop self-awareness throughout your teams, get in touch.