Recognizing and developing potential: potential analysis and mindtelling
Today, the word “potential analysis” is part of everyday life for many large companies. It tests what the company and its employees are capable of. But unleash potential: how does that work?
Recognizing and developing potential: analysis of potential and mind-telling The development of individual potential, of course, is not just about the job, but about life in general. Even when studying, many people reach their limits and ask themselves how they can improve and shift their boundaries. For this purpose, one’s own potential must first be recognized and then activated.
In IBM’s Global CEO Study 2010, 1,500 CEOs worldwide expect to increase their companies ‘success by better accessing their employees’ creative potential. This fact should also make us think in person. Because even if the top managers of this world consider the hidden potential in humans as crucial for the future of their companies, one can assume that it could also be useful for our individual career and our lives to deal with what we really are to get out of us. How can we develop our potential?
The neurobiologist and brain researcher Gerald Hüther says in a special supplement to the Süddeutsche Zeitung: “We are all just a pugnacious version of what we could be.” The thesis here is that every human being has untapped potential and could actually make more out of it To be more successful, better with stress and deal with serious situations. At this point the website and the workshops of Mindtelling start.
Mindtelling, or the company MehrWollen, was founded in January 2016 by the former student of biochemistry and neurobiology Dennis Tröger. The idea behind the company is to help people develop their hidden potential in their job and life. In concrete terms, for example, this means reducing uncertainty, increasing the ability to concentrate and strengthening decision-making ability.