Rhythm is it!
The upheavals in 2020 have given an enormous boost to changes in the world of work: Demands for more flexibility and more individualisation, new working models and general changes in communication and organisation of work are on everyone's lips and the working and living worlds of employees are becoming increasingly intertwined.
The question of when we work brings into play the consideration of our chronobiology, i.e. our inner rhythm, which silently structures our life. We do not work too much - we work wrongly, according to the authors' thesis: In accordance with biological intervals, energies are released, but whoever has to work against his rhythm suffers from this opposition, ultimately works against himself, and in the worst case becomes ill.
A debate about the creative possibilities and limits of our working world in completely new times and in the face of new challenges.
Silvia Sperling, business journalist, author and acquisition editor for topics related to personal development, life balance and healthy living
Lothar Seiwert, Europe's leading and best-known expert on the new time and life management, expert on time management, Life-Leadership® and work-life balance
Cawa Younosi, head of human resources and member of the management board of SAP Germany. Under the motto "#SAPDoch!", he sets new trends in personnel management, always with the motto: the human being in the center.
Alexander Hagelüken, Senior Editor for Economic Policy at Süddeutsche Zeitung and former European correspondent in Brussels
In the context of the International Science Festival - Geist Heidelberg
The interval week: New paradigms in the world of work
The event was postponed to April 13.