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Self Awarness is no longer a luxury, it’s a necessity

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    Alex Webb
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    I have spent the last 3 years looking at how self-awareness influences our career choices, relationships and also our parenting skills. I feel more and more energised with how self-awareness, espeically for young adults, can limit anxiety levels as they find out that ‘it’s OK to be me.

    Working with many individuals, schools, The Prince’s Trust and also many businesses, I’m finding that self-awareness is no longer a luxury but a necessity. Business teams are realising that if they understand how they like to be communicated to, they can share this with their colleagues and things can get done quicker and more effectively (this also works in relationships too!).

    If you know the behaviour preference of your children, you can adapt, as a parent to communicate with them in the way that gets the best results.

    I’d love to talk to any members who would like to know more about self-awareness and how this can help you understand yourself, your colleagues, your partners and your children. With this knowledge, you can also see how the different behaviour preferences cope with stress, time management, change, different working environments and much more.

    I did run a workshop last year for members and also a 1-day workshop for students and I’d love to hear whether this is something that is of value or a need within this community.

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