Duration: 2 to 4 hours.
This workshop-conference helps participants to better tackle procrastination and develop lifestyle habits to reduce the deleterious effects of procrastination in everyday life.
“Procrastination is not just a time management deficit. It is a complex process that involves affective, cognitive and behavioral components (Fee & Tangney, 2000).”
To overcome procrastination, demystify the emotional, cognitive and behavioral issues that keep it going. This content is presented with an interactive approach where participants are asked to become aware of the issues that keep them in this unproductive attitude. Designed specifically for adults with a procrastination problem in their work life.
- What is procrastination, really?
- Emotional elements related to procrastination & possible solutions
- Cognitive elements related to procrastination & possible solutions
- Behavioral elements related to procrastination & possible solutions
- The impact of values in the complex problem of procrastination.