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Short Learning Programme
the Unlocking of Potential through the power of Full Engagement
Life within the 21st century has become inhumanly challenging with the bombardment of demands to perform better within an environment of unreasonable time-pressure and relentless demands as organisations strive to become better, bigger and financially stronger in the cut-throat competition of the international market. To perform in the storm and still remain spiritually, emotionally, mentally and physically healthy is the challenge. The ever-increasing cases of depression, burn-out, and desperation in the human race are evidence of how many people fall victim to this evil battle that individuals and business people have created. The human greed to reach what they see as the ‘ultimate success’, by obtaining more and more in less time, with fewer human resources, is taking its toll on the health and wellness of the human race. To stay emotionally and spiritually healthy in this demanding environment is the challenge. Finding purpose and experiencing self-actualisation in life are the two things that bring the fulfilment and happiness that we as humans seek so relentlessly and sometimes never find. Discovering the higher self and the unlocking of our full potential can only be realised through deep self-knowledge and insight into our own thinking patterns, behaviour, and beliefs.

Purpose of the course:

This programme aims to equip participants with the skills to perform optimally under the extreme pressure of our time by becoming fully engaged by finding balance and drawing on physical, mental, emotional and spiritual resources to obtain the power of full engagement. Fully engaged individuals perform optimally to the benefit of self and the workplace. This short learning programme aims to equip participants with deeper self-knowledge, understanding, and insight into own behaviour patterns and response styles through self-assessment, facilitated by an industrial psychologist.

Admission requirements:

Admission requirements: 
Any person who would like to enhance his or her skills in this regard.
Learning assumed to be in place: 
National Senior Certificate or an equivalent NQF Level 4 qualification.

Course outcomes and assessment criteria :

Course outcomes and the associated assessment criteria: 

Study Unit


Assessment Criteria

  After completion of this course, participants will: Participant will be assessed on the following criteria:
Unlocking of potential and self-motivation
  • be aware of and recognise individual differences in thinking patterns, behaviour and response styles
  • become aware of own thinking patterns, and response styles after completion and facilitation of self-assessment outcomes
  • understand own blind spots in behaviour and the influence thereof on relationships and work environment
  • understand the concept of self-actualisation and growth from lower levels of functioning and self-motivation
  • understand the pressure and influence of society in defining ‘success’ in an individual and self-image
  • demonstrate insight into the concept of diversity in and the uniqueness of individuals in how they think, behave and respond
  • assess own thinking patterns and response styles   
  • demonstrate how individual behaviour impacts on relationships and team functioning
  • demonstrate the different levels of development and growth through the levels of needs and self-motivation of Maslow’s Hierarchy
  • have insight into own uniqueness and how ‘success’ and self-actualisation differ in individuals
The power of full engagement
  • understand the concept of full engagement
  • understand the influence of energy on performing under time pressure
  • understand the concept of burnout and the factors that cause this condition
  • know the dimensions of full
  • engagement
  • understand the barriers to full engagement
  • understand the role of leadership to the full engagement of organisations
  • understand the influence of full engagement on organisational success
  • have insight into the need of balance in order to perform optimally
  • identify barriers and develop a plan of action to overcome these barriers
  • explain how the influence of leadership on the performance of organisations
  • compile a personal development plan to become fully engaged and reaching self-fulfilment


To pass the programme, a participant has to obtain a mark of 50% (or more).
Method of assessment: 
Learning objectives will be accomplished through the successful completion of assignments and participation in workshop activities, proving insight into the topics at hand.

Additional information

Mode of delivery: 
Target group: 
All non-working individuals or employees at all levels of a company.
Contact us
Mrs Sophia Molefe
Telephone number: 
018 285 2392
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