Stress & Time Management Best Practices

BlackBird Training

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AED 4,500

AED 5,100

Duration: Upto 5 Days
Location: United States
Delivery: Online course

In an ever-increasing pace of Life and Business, it becomes even more important to remove stress and operate with heightened sensory acuity.
 

Firstly, most people deny that they are stressed or affected by internal or external factors. Secondly, the most important thing that you have is not money or other things, it is TIME, You can’t save it, you can’t stop it, and you will run out of it so why not learn how to use it properly. As the cost of stress to the employer continues to grow, organizations must recognize stress in their employees and train management to manage stress productively. A recent survey showed that 1 in 5 people report their work to be very or extremely stressful, citing the nature of their work, relationships at work or their employer as the cause.
 

Course Objectives of Stress & Time Management
Actively identify and reduce stress in themselves and others
Develop ways of Managing the most Important element - TIME
Take charge of your state of mind
Maximizes performance and motivation at work
Improve health and happiness
Have a positive economic impact on individual and team performance
Use NLP to change the way you think
Course Outlines of Stress & Time Management


Managing Your Job
Managing yourself and the resources at your disposal
What are you and your team trying to achieve?
Defining your objectives and key result areas
Establishing responsibilities and priorities



Practical Time Management & Planning Activities
Effective use of diaries, time planners, time logs, etc.
Criteria for prioritising – urgent and important
Planning and scheduling your activities
Dealing with interruptions and distractions – staying focused
Managing time under pressure
Developing a proactive approach to short, medium and long term plans



Managing Yourself
Investing time and effort in order to achieve more in the future
Your time management behaviour – preferred working styles
Personal effectiveness – a guide to self-discipline
Highlighting personal ‘time-stealers’ and areas of weakness


 


Managing Others & Meetings
Managing people managers, colleagues, team members and customers
Getting more things done through assertive behaviour
Making the most of meetings as participant or chairperson



Effective Delegation
The rules of effective delegation - overcoming personal preferences and prejudices
Using delegation as a means of coordinating the workload of your team/department



Delegation
Freeing up your time
Developing staff


Ongoing Self-development
Reviewing your management of time at regular intervals?
Overcoming your old habits - maintaining your new standards?


Communicating with Excellence Getting Results
The Rules of Communication - overcoming personal attitudes. Stereotypes, Prejudices and Beliefs
Why people do what they do and Influencing for Result



Managing Pressure in the Workplace
Moving from reactive to proactive
Working to priorities when everything is urgent
Taking control through planning and time management
Managing conflicting demands from more than one person



Understanding Stress and its Causes
What is stress? - Recognising the physical and behavioural signs, Stress in the mind and body
What contributes to workplace pressures? – The top ten causes
The impact of stress on personal performance – the positive and negative effects of stress
Recognising the signs of stress in ourselves
Maintaining an effective balance between home and work
How gaining control of your Mind can reduce or eliminate stress
The symptoms of short term and long term stress
Recognizing your individual stress response and that of others
Learning to recognize your stress level and key stressors
The major causes of stress at work and at home
How to develop self-belief to overcome stress
When stress aids performance and when stress detracts from performance



Different Stress and Behavioural Patterns
Learning behaviour types: passive, aggressive, passive-aggressive and assertive
How conscious and sub-conscious thinking affects behaviour
Developing self-assertiveness to achieve greater control over stress
Improving your communication skills to manage aggression, stress and conflict from others



Handling Stress Positively, A Positive Mindset
Stress handling strategies for you and your team
Maintaining an effective balance between home and work
Changing your mindset – seeing the positive side of change in the workplace
Motivating yourself and others under pressure
Developing a preventative rather than remedial approach to team problems
How the Mind Focus techniques can reverse negativity into positive action

 

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