Stress and Time Management
Venue: To Be Announced
|Event Date/Time: Mar 24, 2011||End Date/Time: Mar 24, 2011|
Stress costs Canadian industry millions each year, yet no one calculates what the real cost is to our personal lives. We all have many demands placed on us whether they are related to work, family, home, or community involvement.
In this course you will learn several skills, tools and techniques that can help you better manage stress and time, and keep you resilient in your organizational environment. You will also recognize and appreciate the interrelationship between many variables including stress, time management, and interpersonal communications.
Who Should Attend
This course will benefit leaders, team members and essentially anyone in an organization who needs to more effectively manage stress and time, and ultimately create success in oneâ€™s personal and work life.
At the completion of this workshop, participants will be able to:
1. Define stress and describe different types of stress.
2. Identify signs and symptoms of stress including physical, emotional and social.
3. Explain the relationship between our personal energy levels and stress management.
4. Identify reasons for increasing our personal energy levels and identify several options for increasing or renewing our energy levels.
5. Identify other strategies and techniques for transforming stress into productive, motivational forces for positive change and growth.
6. Create personal / work action plans to produce optimum personal energy, performance, and success in oneâ€™s personal and work life.
7. Define key concepts related to personal time management including a personal mission, goals, values and action plans.
8. Discuss key time management principles and concepts including daily planning and priority setting.
9. Identify practical time and organizational strategies, tools and techniques for managing time.
10. Create personal / work action plans including the setting of goals and steps to take to begin the process of self and time management.