As we go though our day to day lives, poor time management is often a major cause of stress. It is important to understand that stress is an inevitable part of our life, yet if we master the skill of time management, it can greatly help us to reduce long-term stress by giving you direction when you have too much work to do.
Although you cannot completely eliminate stress, you can always cope with and make it work for you by looking at how you schedule your day. You may think that time management is about using the right amount of time for the right task. But it doesn’t necessary be that case - it is the task that we manage, not the time.
This power packed course will equip you with the skills and knowledge to put first things first while keeping your wellbeing in check make your life easier, less stressful, and more meaningful.
- To understand the purpose of managing task vs managing time
- To identify your time stealers and how to deal with it
- Acquired practical time management skills for scheduling, planning and prioritizing work
- Creating Awareness Of Stress And Its Impact Physically, Psychologically And Emotionally
- Discover The Different Sources Of Stress And The Consequences Of Being Overly Stressed
- Understand And Manage Our Ego States To Deal With Stress Effectively
MODULE 1: Introduction To Time Management
• Managing Task Vs Managing Time
• Identifying Your Daily Task
• Urgent Vs Important
MODULE 2: Identifying Your Time Stealers
• What Are “Time Stealers”
• Identifying Your Greatest Time Stealers?
• How To Manage Non-value Adding Jobs
MODULE 3: Time Management Techniques
• Identifying Your Elephant
• Producing Results: Putting First Things First
• Secrets To Maximize Your Time
MODULE 4: Getting To Know Stress
• The Coping and Demands Model
• The Human Function Curve
MODULE 5: Realising Effects Of Stress
• Consequences: The Ugly Side of Stress
• Berne’s Three Ego States
• Assessment: What’s My Ego State
MODULE 6: Prioritizing Life
• Assessment: My Stress Signals
• Your Circuit Breaker
• Separating Work & Life – M Stress Corridor