Pausens potentale til præstation 

Humtech Aftryk

Lyt med til podcast om, hvordan Pausen kan sætte aftryk i dit liv.

Hør mere om, hvordan vi kan træne Pausen som en færdighed og få større mental trivsel, nærvær og lederskab ind i hverdagen og arbejdslivet. 

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How start caring for yourself

Leaders who care

Gitte is fully committed to helping people to balance the mind and body and to create a high-performance culture in their teams. She is a founder at empowering individuals and teams to recharge their energy, creativity, and to stay healthy in a world with relentlessly rising demand.
Tune in and learn more about the importance of pausing, self-reflection, and taking care of our basic needs. In this episode, you will also come across some very specific and practical tips on what to do to effectively improve our mental state so that we can be the best versions of ourselves, and support others on their journey once our own cup is filled again.

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Slow down to speed up

Productivity Mastery

Meet Gitte Just - a professional who has more than two decades of senior experience in building organizations within NGOs, art, culture, and design. Her focus has been developing strategies, programs, and content, building community and facilitating networks. Gitte’s experience includes serving as a Programme Director & project manager for the "European Capital of Culture" for two cities: Copenhagen (1996) and Aarhus (2017). She's also been a board member in multiple organizations.

Tune in to hear us talk about the importance of pauses!

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Fremtidens arbejdsliv

Kan selv vil selv

Hvordan ser fremtidens arbejdsplads ud, og hvordan sikre vi god trivsel, når 44% af unge (18-26) allerede føler sig stressede? Jeg taler med podcastvært Niels Greve Søresen om hvordan vi nytænker trivsel, og at tiden er inde til et opgør med det, som ikke virker.

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“When you press the Pause button on a machine, it stops. But when you press the Pause button on human beings they start .”

Thomas L. Friedman.