The main components of self-management
Self-education has as its goal the acquisition of knowledge and skills necessary to improve the quality of life. Self-education is an independent increase in knowledge, exaltation in mastery: the more versatile and deeper knowledge and experience, the more accurate the choice of decision and action for its implementation. Mastery entails the recognition of others that exalts a person, affirms him in life, helps to realize himself. The leader needs to know much more than any of his subordinates.
Self-education has as its goal the acquisition of knowledge and skills necessary to improve the quality of life, the development of the ability to self-organize and organize.
Self-education is an independent increase in knowledge, exaltation in mastery: the more versatile and deeper knowledge and experience, the more accurate the choice of decision and action for its implementation. Mastery entails the recognition of others that exalts a person, affirms him in life, helps to realize himself.
Self-education is the necessary spontaneous desire of a person or organization to change the internal database and knowledge base. To organize self-education, it is necessary to use the working time of the leader. The organization of self-education consists in setting goals, determining priorities (main directions), choosing a method and ensuring regularity of work on oneself.
Self-education can be carried out in the usual forms of public education (higher, secondary and vocational education) on the basis of public and private educational institutions, as well as independently according to an individual method. The manager needs to know much more than any of his specialist subordinates.
The main components of self-management:
self-knowledge (knowledge of oneself, one’s place and one’s role in this reality);
self-organization (organization of one’s life and activity);
self-education (the formation of priority qualities);
self-regulation (maintaining internal balance);
self-control (assessment and adjustment of their activities);
choice of goals for life and personal work;
personal time planning;
rationalization of thinking;
self-education (improving the quality of life);
health technology (preservation and promotion of health as the basis of high ability to work and a full life);
rhythms and harmony;
risk of creative thinking;
work with conflicts.
Self-knowledge has as its goal the knowledge of oneself as a person, as a leader, of one’s properties and abilities, one’s strengths and weaknesses, awareness of one’s relationships with other people, mastering the images, ideas and things of the objective world, an attempt to understand the meaning of life and career, inner world, in mission and calling. Self-knowledge is impossible without self-assessment in comparison with other people.
Self-knowledge includes the knowledge of the following components: the meaning of life, vocation, interests, needs, motives, ideal (the image of an “internal goal” and activity), dreams (imagination directed to the future, the perspective of life and activity), beliefs (understood and felt) man’s judgments and opinions, the truth of which he does not doubt and which he is guided by in his work), faith in himself, abilities.
Toolkit of self-knowledge:
concentration – focusing and partial fixation of attention on any internal or external object;
contemplation – sensory knowledge associated with obtaining information about oneself through the senses and the formation of sensations, perceptions and perceptions;
observation – focused, systematic perception;
imagination – the creation of images-representations of the new, i.e. the fact that in the past this person did not perceive, with which he had not met before, the emergence of a visual image of what will only be created;
intuition is an inner vision, an inner voice, the belief that you need to act in a certain way.
Self-organization with its goal is to master the methodology and methods of organizing the life and activities of individuals, the development of abilities and skills through self-education, self-education, self-control, etc.
Self-organization includes the following components: the ability to introspection, self-control, self-regulation, the ability to anticipate, determination, self-reliance, determination, perseverance, masculinity, energy, initiative, self-control, restraint, self-criticism, self-discipline, patience.
Self-education has as its goal self-government of the individual, conscious, goal-directed, creatively transforming activity, during which the individual, by a willful effort, in accordance with the chosen goal, according to the requirements of external circumstances, develops socially and personally significant natural inclinations and abilities, new qualities, breaking free of habits and properties that interfere with his self-realization and success.