Introductory exercise – How do you see yourself in ten years?

Purpose of the exercise:

– Presenting the members of the group

– Creating a relaxed atmosphere

– Creating a sense of belonging to the group

Introductory presentation: Impact of values on our finances

– About the nature of values

– Money and moral ethics

Exercise: Auction

Purpose of the exercise:

– Defining the values of the group

– Simulating an auction

– Experiencing competitive situations

– Dealing with changing of the price-value ratio

– Experiencing change management. Making decisions in extreme situations.

Presentation: Nature of corruption. Causes and effects of corruption in Romania

– Defining the phenomenon. Examples of acts of corruption

– Public sectors affected by corruption

– Corruption at global level

– Corruption Perceptions Index

– Causes of corruption

– Measures against corruption

Exercise: Return to the past

Purpose of the exercise:

Students’ awareness of the following aspects:

– How the example set by you parents influences your own way of managing money. Elements taken from the example set by parents and the reference people in your entourage

– Changes necessary for a successful management of your own finances

Exercise: Feelings about money

Purpose of the exercise:

– Becoming aware of the fact that your own feelings about money affect how you look at money and the type of management chosen.

Exercise: Nut cracker

Purpose of the exercise:

– Dealing with a failure

– Managing failures

Presentation: Pocket money and its use

– Presenting the three lifestyles in financial terms: failed lifestyle, balanced lifestyle and successful lifestyle from a financial point of view.

– Saving strategies

– Strategies for balancing the income – expense ratio.

Exercise: Set up

Purpose of the exercise:

– Becoming aware of the most important differences of approach to money management between sexes

– Improving attitude to money

– Increasing tolerance to the methods approached by the representatives of the opposite sex

Conclusion

Assessing the level of acquiring new knowledge, filling in the evaluation forms, delivering the certificates for participation