Der Gleichnamige Englische Workshop von Nicole Dargent findet am 1. Tag unseres Kölner Assistentinnen Kongresses statt.

Since change is the one thing you can count on, one of the best things you can do for your health is to find out what could helpyou to grow through change instead of just accepting or maybe even resenting it.
I found a wonderful description in a book called Positivityby Barbara Fredrickson: „Consider ice and water. At one level they seem dramatically different. Ice is solid, rigid and immobile. Water is liquid, flowing, and dynamic. Yet, to change one into the other simply requires a change in temperature.“ Isn’t it true that being flexible and dynamic helps us to get through and adapt to change more easily? It seemsthat in order to achieve that, we need to raise the temperature, meaning the level of positivity, in our life. Positive emotions, scientific researchshows, open our hearts and our minds and make us more receptive and more creative.
Obviously it is not something you can get by snapping your fingers; we all have our thinking habits, and changing a habit takes time. It is, however, not so difficult either. The more you decide to look at what is good about you, your life, your job, your surroundings, and the more you make time for doing what you like to do rather than what you have to do, the more you will be willing and able to adapt to change.
It helps a lot to know how change affects us. That’s why we will look at the emotional course of change in the workshop. It also helps, however, to know what we value in life, what is important to us. Knowing about our values makes it easier to decide how and when to invest energy and time into a situation.
If you like, answer the questions on the next page. They will guide you towards your values, and we will look at how this canhelp you to grow through change. I am looking forward to working with you.
Warm regards,
Nicole Dargent
Question/Beginning of a sentence
  • Why did I originally decide to take this job/profession?
  • When do Ithink I am doing a good job?
  • To me … is the most important thing about my current job:
  • What would need to happen to make me quit this job?
  • In my private life … is very important to me:
  • I like to be surrounded by people who …
  • It is inacceptable for me if someone …
  • In my family the most important thing for me is ...
  • A motto that I live by is …

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