Seminar focuses on unlocking potential
We can move up the career ladder, achieve our personal goals and find the path to fulfilment and lasting happiness. All it takes is an understanding of a few key principles, plus the willingness and determination to practise them.
These "secrets" will be discussed in detail at a special career-building seminar hosted by Classified Post
"One of the best starting points is to realise the importance of good time management," says Stanley Suen, director of Recruitment Services at the
Suen says that everyone can develop "tricks" that make it possible to do their jobs more efficiently. In his case, these include using on-screen folders to assign each day's priorities and setting up a calendar reminding him when to monitor aspects of business performance.
"These are not necessarily big things, but they mean I am prepared for day-to day tasks and don't waste time getting the information I need," he says. "Also, I used to have things endlessly going round in my head, which made it difficult to sleep. Having a system helps me set targets and achieve results, and there is the positive psychological impact of completing set assignments by the end of the day."
Winnie Chiu, a senior consultant with Right Management and a speaker at the seminar, agrees that good time management is fundamental to having a proper work-life balance. She also notes that everything starts with the individual, yet people often fail to appreciate how much they can change or to see where decisions will lead.
"It is all your choice," she says. "You have to understand the consequences of your actions and realise that, by taking the right steps, you can develop positive energy that follows through in everything you do."
Chiu plans to show seminar participants the importance of developing one's own rules to keep four dimensions - mental, physical, spiritual and emotional - in balance. More about the seminar will follow next Friday in fuel.
Keys to success
Serenity to find calm and a sense of well-being
Exercise to be in good physical shape
Love of one's job and family
Food to choose which nutrients we ingest
Date June 9
Venue Cliftons Quarry Bay Centre
Registration deadline June 2