Self awareness is about learning to better understand why you feel what you feel and why you behave in a particular way. Once you begin to understand this concept you then have the opportunity and freedom to change things about yourself enabling you to create a life that you want. It’s almost impossible to change and become self-accepting if you are unsure as to who you are.
Having clarity about who you are and what you want can be empowering, giving you the confidence to make changes
Self awareness is important because when we have a better understanding of ourselves, we are able to experience ourselves as unique and separate individuals. We are then empowered to make changes and to build on our areas of strength as well as identify areas where we would like to make improvements. Self-awareness is often a first step to goal setting.
With our busy schedules self-reflection is often at the bottom of our lists (if it is present at all).
When we do take time for it we often find it difficult to think about who we are, what are our strengths and weaknesses, what would motivate us or put us off.
Most of the feedback that is presented to us, we may not always be receptive to it. Simply because honest feedback can be very bitter and unflattering. All of this is unfortunate because all research points out self-awareness is a critical trait for successful leaders and effective professionals alike.
In situations where we do have awareness of our strengths we need to realize that unless that strength is moderated it can easily be overdone and become a potential weakness. For example, “being caring, considerate and kind hearted is considered key strengths for harmonious relationships, however if these are not moderated by a high degree of awareness as to how one is coming across, then it can have a detrimental impact on the relationship and on the person themselves.”
PRISM Brain Mapping is the ultimate profiling instrument and provides users with the most comprehensive insights into a person’s behavioural preferences, highlighting key behaviour preferences and presenting how these can potentially become a weakness.
For the first time in India, use the power of applied neuroscience to know yourself.
|Find out why you behave the way you behave
|How can you ‘adapt’ yourself to get what you want
|What is your Emotional Intelligence score
|What are the ideal career options for you
|Identify work environments that are suitable for you
|Identify behaviours to build effective relationships
Coursework is delivered using Paper based case studies, Online videos and Master Practitioner Instruction.