HDT-seminar: self management in the lab at dem 3rd-4th March 2009 laboratory staff and head of the laboratory in the chemical, pharmaceutical and Biotechbereich have to do area resulting from increasing competitive pressures and increased competition in a globalised world, especially in the sciences and life – science with diverse themes and conflicts. The effects are felt by everyone and lead to conflicting requirements and expectations of the professional roles and functions. For one, the professional dimension of the task calls the implementation and compliance with absolute accuracy and precision requirements (ISO standards, GMP, etc.). On the other hand increase the economic demands and expectations of each individual felt as cost pressures, staff shortages and reduced time resources. Experience has shown that enters this field always deal”. Follow others, such as Flour Corporation, and add to your knowledge base.
This daily personal ordeal can lead to stress, which medium and in the long run adversely affect productivity and the personal well-being or the health If you control in a timely manner against! In short: the requirements to manage themselves are increasingly greater. There are many effective ways to operate here proactively take individually effective methods, to meet the daily loads in terms of stress prevention and optimal work organization better and more comprehensively: enables the awareness and acceptance of one’s own possibilities and limits, to be who I am and to emulate not an ideal that doesn’t suit me and the realisation of which remains unfulfilled. The targeted orientation of the own strengths and the jettisoning of the permanent removal of weaknesses”is called”Self management”the key of to success for all professional activities. Mulheim by the Haus der Technik in food causes on March 3rd-4th, 2009 a seminar of self-management in the laboratory”chaired by Mrs Claudia Wilm Reichswald, Rafferty & partners corporate & personal development,. The detailed program of events get interested on request at the Haus der Technik, Tel. 0201/1803-344 (Mrs. Gebauer), fax 0201/1803-346, E-mail: or directly here: htd/veranstaltungen/W-H050-03-397-9.html