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Exploring your self-awareness (EYSA): An Approach to Personal and Professional Development
( Vol-3,Issue-8,August 2017 )


Adriano A R Barbosa


Self-awareness; Human resource development, Personnel psychology; Coaching; Quality of life.


Among the transformations perceived in recent years, dynamic business models, productivity demands and technological advances have given individuals different conditions of personal and professional life, hitherto not experienced in humanity. This paper presents the EYSA – Exploring your self-awareness approach as a management tool in the pursuit of human resources development in business environments. From the identification and evaluation of personal factors and associated parameters is presented a way of accompanying and proposing a balance in the various competencies and achievements acquired by the individual in his routine, seeking improvements in quality of life, personal and professional satisfaction and corporate performance through the development of self-awareness of human resources in business environments.

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