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Time Management - Stress Management

In this workshop, participants will learn how to make the most of their time by getting a grip on their office space, organizing their workflow, learning how to use their planner effectively, and delegating some of their work to other people.



Specific learning objectives include:

  • Organize yourself and your workspace for peak efficiency.
  • Understand the importance of, and the most useful techniques for, setting and achieving goals.
  • Identify the right things to be doing and develop plans for doing them.
  • Learn what to delegate and how to delegate well.
  • Take control of things that can derail workplace productivity.



The Power of Change

To begin, participants will use their pre-assignment to identify areas where they want to change their time management approach.


Understanding Yourself

Next, participants will discuss the left brain and right brain approaches to time management.


Setting Goals

During this session, participants will learn how to set SMART goals to help them manage their time better.



This session will explore different planning tools and their uses.


Setting a Ritual

To wrap up the morning, participants will discuss how setting a ritual can help them manage their time.




The Four D’s

Next, participants will learn how to Do, Dump, Delay, or Delegate any task. They will also learn to take the STING out of feeling overwhelmed.


Organizing Your Workspace

This session will give participants a plan to organize their work area.


Organizing Your Files

During this session, participants will explore ways to manage paper and electronic files, including e-mail.


Stress Management

Today’s workforce is experiencing job burnout and stress in epidemic proportions. Workers at all levels feel stressed out, insecure, and misunderstood. Many people feel the demands of the workplace, combined with the demands of home, have become too much to handle. This one day workshop explores the causes of such stress, and suggests general and specific stress management strategies that people can use every day.


Specific learning objectives include:

  1. Understand that stress is a positive, unavoidable part of everybody’s life
  2. Recognize the symptoms that tell you when you have chronic stress overload
  3. Identify those situations in your life that cause you the greatest stress
  4. Identify those actions which add to your stress
  5. Change the situations and actions that can be changed
  6. Deal better with situations and actions that can’t be changed
  7. Create an action plan for work, home, and play to help reduce and manage stress



What Is Stress About?

This session will explore the four things that stress is about. Participants will also learn about the positive effects of stress and what eustress is.


Building a Solid Foundation

Next, participants will learn about the four pillars of stress management. Special focus will be given to relaxation techniques.


Mental Strategies

This session will give participants two mental strategies to manage stress.


Stress at Work

During this session, participants will complete a stress inventory to help them identify areas of stress at work. Participants will also identify some solutions for work-related stress.