Time and Stress Management
Why is it important to manage your time and stress effectively?
You play many roles in today's workplace - fulfill your job responsibilities, support the manager and team, and maintain working relationships.

Managing time effectively to fit in all these roles can be a challenge to you. On top of that, you have to maintain the right attitude and poise while facing these challenges.

Very often, poor time management can lead to stress, although that is not the only factor.

The reality is that the workplace can be hectic and demanding. While stress is generally perceived to be negative, and you cannot avoid it totally, you can develop strategies and measures to manage it.

If not managed properly, stress can take the joy out of your work. it can affect your effectiveness and morale. In the longer term, stress can affect your physical and mental well-being.

What do you gain from this one-day workshop?
This programme discusses some important aspects of managing time and stress effectively, with the objectives of maintaining and enhancing work performance.

You will learn to recognise activities that are stealing your time unnecessarily, and know how to re-align your thinking and strategies about managing these activities.

You will also learn to recognise stress-inducing factors in your workday, and develop strategies to manage them.

Workshop Objectives
  1. Learn to recognise time-consuming and time-wasting activities, and know their impact on you and your team.
  2. Develop strategies to manage time-consumers and time-wasters.
  3. Know how to make stress work for you.
  4. Learn stress management and stress relieving techniques.

Workshop Highlights
Common Time-Consumers and Time-Wasters
  • Managing time as a limited resource
  • Human behaviours that steal time - procrastination, interruptions and distractions
  • Work methods and procedures that consume time
  • Impact of time-wasters on self and team

Techniques for Overcoming Time-Consumers and Time-Wasters
  • Using the appropriate mode of communication
  • Managing email
  • Prioritising and the principle of the critical few
  • Being assertive about what tasks to take on (or not)
  • Delegating effectively

Stress Management
  • How does stress work for and against you?
  • The connection between stress and depression
  • Know what is causing you stress
  • Understand your best stress zone
  • Manage your stressors and triggers

Trainer: Jolynn Chow

Duration: 1 Day

Time: 9am to 5pm

Fee: S$420 per participants

Fee includes a training workbook, lunch and refreshments.

(Register 3 or more participants and pay only S$390 per participant.)

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