Do you realise that we are constantly faced with challenges of dealing with incoming “stuff” such as emails, calls, messages and difficulty of having to say “no” while our thoughts having to handle too many tasks at the same time?
At work, do we really respond to these stuff in an effective and efficient way? If not, then it will require techniques and skills in making better choices and decisions within the available time.
In our jobs, we also experience work-related stress due to lack of time. Too much pressure over a sustained period can, however, lead to a negative stressful situation. We should realise that stress is an “invisible disease” and can affect us, our colleagues, our employer and those closest to us.
By signing up to attend this one-day intensive course, you will improve your present quality of life and be personally effective at a workplace. The essential tools and techniques provided in this course will greatly assist you to manage both time and stress management in your daily life.
“The bad news is time flies. The good news is you’re the pilot.”
“Stress is not what happens to us but rather how we response to what happens and the response is something we can choose.”
Upon completion of this workshop, participants will be able to:
- Develop time management habits, question your time management and be a master time manager
- Use Time Management Matrix to manage urgent and important tasks
- Identify Time Wasters and handle it
- Utilise unexpected free time and create time
- Get any task done on time
- Deal with indecisiveness or make quick decisions and get things done
- Overcome procrastination and perfectionist habits.
- Plan and Set time objectives
- Differentiate types of stress and stressors
- Recognise the sources and signs stress
- Take steps in handling stress
- Use techniques to manage stress at workplace
Executives, Managers, Supervisors, Team Leaders, Frontline and Support Staff from cross cutting industries
Module 1: Effective Time Management
Module 2: Time Management Matrix/ Urgent Vs Important Task
- What is Time Management
- Seven Essentials of Good Time Management Habits
- Self- Assessment: Detecting Your Time Robbers
Module 3: A-B-C Principle
Module 4: 80/20 Rule
Module 5: Busy Vs Productive Work
Module 6: Five Steps to complete any task – Getting it done
Module 7: Five Ways to deal with indecision or delay
Module 8: Four Techniques to make quick decisions
Module 9: Taking Advantage of Unexpected Free Time
Module 10: Handling Time Wasters
Module 11: Two biggest Time Robbers and how to handle them
Module 12: Saying "No" positively
Module 13: Four degrees of delegation level
Module 14: Time Creation
Module 15: Setting Time Objectives and Planning
Module 16: 10/90 Rule
Module 17: Ten Time Management Questions
Module 18: Ten Master Time Manager
Module 19: Individual Exercise
Module 20: Effective Stress Management
Module 21: Ten Top Sources of Stress in the workplace
- Two Types of Stressors
- Three Types of Stress
- Group Activity
- Self-Assessment: Assessing Your Current Level of Stress
Module 22: Recognising four signs and symptoms of stress
Module 23: Individual Exercise
Module 24: Group Activity
Module 25: Four Essential steps in handling stress
Module 26: Twenty-seven Ways to manage stress in the workplace
Module 27: Self –Reflection
Module 28: Action Plan and Personal Commitment
Available Course Sessions
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All of our Associate Trainers offer our high level of service therefore are subject to regular peer assessments and interview prior to joining our Institute. They must all be qualified and have relevant experience to an agreed level and are subjected to continual audit and evaluation. Strict internal assessment is implemented as an integral part of our quality control mechanism.