Industry 4.0 presents our society with major challenges and demands change from all of us. It is not only the transition to digitalization and artificial intelligence that employs many people. Industry 4.0 triggers far-reaching changes in work, production, services and consumerism.
Health, New Work and Individualization are the new megatrends
New forms of work organisation must be found. New business models are also needed. New work, individualization and health are not just buzzwords; they are among the current megatrends in our society.
At the same time, new challenges offer new opportunities. Education is becoming increasingly important. The activities of employees are changing rapidly. What people did yesterday is now automated.
We make acquaintance with a new dimension of fast-moving and short-term.
We make acquaintance with a new dimension of fast-moving and short-termism, but people strive for one thing, and that is security. Security is a high value that has always ensured our survival. Thus, change is something that stands in the way of this security value. Thus the question inevitably arises as to how we can (re)gain security.
Here are the 6 tips for dealing well with rapid change
- Life is movement. Without
movementthere is no life. See change as something completely natural, without which life would not be.
- When we humans are afraid, we often paint terrible pictures of what could happen. In 99.999% of
casesthe future is always better than feared.
- Remember that our brains are highly flexible and adaptable. We have about 100 billion nerve cells in the brain that are connected to each other. Our thinking apparatus is
thereforemore powerful than any artificial intelligence.
- If you see a difficulty in front of you that you want to master, then do the following: Imagine the time in the future when you have solved the problem. Now go one step further in your mind, enjoy success and look
backhow you did it. Take your valuable insights from this thought journey back to the present.
distancefrom thoughts and ideas that are obstructive. The best thing to do with these inner images is to turn down the contrast, take out the color, make it small and shoot it out of your head.
- Remember a time in your life when you knew you could do anything. Go back in your mind to this time and feel the energy inside you.
For entrepreneurs and executives
Not only individual people but also groups and teams have so-called “inner states”, which either make them freeze or inspire them to peak performance. With modern coaching measures, we bring organizations into a strong formation, which go their way in the sense of their company and avoid value clashes. The TWA FastLane To Change | Online Micro Learning Workshops are a valuable implementation measure.
How can I put this into practice?
People and organizations who work with me have fresh ideas for concrete plans and next steps, a new strategy and clear, manageable goals after a few units. With mental techniques, we release innovative forces that inspire you and your employees.
Thomas W. Albrecht works with people who give full speed and have big goals to fine-tune their thought patterns and bring them to the desired course of success.
He is a speaker, author, coach and mentor, as well as a member of the Austrian Trade Association and the Austrian Business Forum for Executives, a lecturer at the Vienna Medical Association and the Baden University of Education. From his many years of experience as a manager and as an entrepreneur, he knows what it means to take responsibility and to push the limits again and again.
His personal vision is to lead people, organizations, and corporations into their true identity. Those managed by people like these are perceived as lighthouses. They are the cause of positive effects for their customers, clients
It brings them back to their authenticity and joy of life, so that they can act clearly, focused and excellently in every situation in the future. https://twa.gmbh
“If you want to do less of what doesn’t work anymore, and you’re looking for what works for you and your organization, then you’ve come to the right place.” – Thomas W. Albrecht