We provide lectures and trainings to suit the requirements of an ever-changing working life. Lectures, trainings, and webinars aim at developing employees’ psychological skills – the so-called soft skills.
Our trainers include Ph.D., psychologist Ville Ojanen, psychologist Tony Dunderfelt, psychologist Ilona Rauhala, and management consultant Jarmo Manner.
We offer the most important subjects for a changing working life:
- Self-leadership – New work requires new skills
Today, employees have more freedom and responsibility. Work is more independent, individual, and project-oriented. Tasks move from fixed work communities to changing networks. The focus is shifting towards the management of our work, skills, and abilities in changing situations.
Subjects include: Responsibility, focusing skills, meaningfulness, mindset, creativity, continuous learning
- Interaction – Productivity and competitiveness is promoted by better collaboration
The most important skills of a changing working life are collaboration and networking. Open discussions and trust have a growing impact on productivity.
Subjects include: Effective use of brain, coaching leadership, interaction skills, synergy, personality, and motivation
- Psychological stress – Maintaining your ability to work
As work stress is more focused on mental resiliency, we must learn to identify our stress levels and know how to mitigate stress.
Subjects include: Psychological safety, brain recovery, resilience
Here is a list of all of our trainings that will be available in English this fall:
- Working with Meaning
- Focusing Skills
- Emotions in Action
- Understanding Personality Types at Work
- Practical Mindfulness
- Time Management
- Improve Your Recovery Skills
- Self Coaching
- Learn to Focus
- Working Under Pressure
- Everyday Mind Skills
- Present in Interaction
- High Performing Team
- Psychological Safety
- Leaving the Role of the Victim
- Coaching Leadership
- Better Feedback
- Show the Person Behind the Actions
- See the Person Behind the Actions