Achieving the set goals is essential to obtain the proper knowledge. There is a difference between the so-called “hard skills” and “soft skills”. Hard skills are professional skills, while soft skills are the personal skills that are obviously much more difficult to measure or prove, like a degree or career advancement. Work experience, attitude, communication skills, and emotional intelligence are part of “soft skills”.
Soft skills, that is, our personal skills, are based on self-knowledge. If we have no real knowledge of ourselves, we have difficulty developing our other competences and skills. The development of these skills and skills is personal management. Self-knowledge is a rethinking process it serves to get to know ourselves. Personal management skills use other skills as a resource and combine them as a resource for their own goals and needs, though all our skills are based on self-knowledge. The aim of the faculty is to allow students to become acquainted with themselves so that they know what skills they want to develop to manage themselves in everyday life, learning and in facilitating their work.
Self-knowledge and personal management training
I-III. Year, 2019/2020. Year/2nd Semester
Time of lectures: Tuesday 16:30-18:00
Place of lectures: Building L, 3rd floor, Meeting room of the Forensics Department.
Responsible lecturer: Dr. Ózsvári László
Budapest, 29. 01. 2020. Kriska-Jámbor Judit