Time Management & Stress Control

Introduction

There is no role model for managing time in the new millennium. We have never before been faced with such pace, chaos, information overload and demands on our time. This course from RBNC addresses the time management issues managers face in the new millennium. This includes how you (and your staff) relate to time. It covers the principles of effective time management in our chaotic times, and provides some practical assessment and application tools. Time pressure usually creates stress in ourselves and others. Since managers also need to deal with this, some useful stress management strategies are also included.

 

 

 

How you will benefit

At the end of this training program, participants will be able to:

  • Define time and its components
  • Identify and manage time wasters
  • Set goals and objectives and prioritize accordingly
  • Define what stress is, how it is caused and how the body responds to stress
  • Analyze the causes of stress accurately and plan to control them
  • Suggest various ways and techniques to lower stress levels

Who should attend

This course will assist managers who would like to improve their own performance, or the performance of their staff, in dealing with daily work pressures. If managers or staff have too much to do, and too little time, then this course is important.

What you will cover

Module 1: Definition of Time Management

  • Value of Time as a Resource
  • Myths about Time Management

Module 2: Identifying and Managing Time Wasters

  • Self-Imposed Time Wasters
  • System-Imposed Time Wasters
  • Major Time Wasters: Planning, Organizing, Staffing, Directing, Controlling, Communication and Decision-Making
  • Eliminating Bad Habits
  • The Attitude Pyramid

Module 3: Setting Goals and Priorities

  • Difference between a Goal and an Objective
  • Developing the Habit of a To Do List
  • Priorities

Module 4: Environmental Stress

  • Environmental Stressors
  • Chemical and Nutritional Stressors
  • Life Style and Job Stress

Module 5: Managing Stress

  • Time Management
  • Physical Exercise: Physiological Effects of Exercise, Muscle Relaxation, Breathing Techniques, Visual Imagery, Sleep and Music
  • Healthy Diet
  • Relaxation and Training
Study Time

This practical training program is designed with:

8 hours training - 1 day

Schedule

Live Online
2,100 $
26 Mar 2023