Thursday, May 19, 2011

Time and Stress Management for Effective Job Performance

@ only P999+VAT per seminar, per participant

Seminar #1: Time Management for Effective Job Performance
Date and Time: July 8, 2011 (8:30am-12:30pm)
Venue: New Horizon Hotel, Mandaluyong City

Business Professionals need to understand that time is the most important resource that they need to manage and maximize.
However, time is also the most misused and mismanaged element in today's world.

This seminar presents practical tips and frameworks that will help you develop a time management technique that works for you.
Key concepts will be presented that will help you gain insights on how to create a time management action plan that is tailor-fitted to your own busy lifestyle.

Who this seminar is for: Business Professionals who want to maximize their time-use

Module I - Analyzing your Time Management Profile

A. Understanding How you Use and Misuse Time
1. The Essence of Time Management
2. Why it's difficult to GET more time
3. Analyzing your Time-Use System

B. Analyzing your Time Management Problems
1. Scope and Focus
2. Time Waste vs. Time Efficiency
3. Lack of Planning and Scheduling
4. Unrealistic Time Estimates
5. Forgetting you are Human

Module II - Practical Time Management Tips

A. Covey's 4 Quadrants of Activities
1. Urgent and Important
2. Not urgent but Important
3. Urgent but not Important
4. Not urgent and not important

B. Overcoming Time Wasters and Obstacles
1. Procrastination
a. Understanding why we procrastinate
b. Tips on Motivating yourself to Act Now
2. Managing Frustrations and Rejections
a. Changing your Mindset about Negative People and Events
b. How to win over emotional distress
3. Interruptions
a. Analyzing the effect of interruptions on your performance
b. Saying NO without being offensive
c. Setting boundaries and standards to manage interruptions
4. Stress and Burnout
a. Analyzing the Root Cause of your Stress
b. Managing your Stress instead of Stress managing you

Module III - Time Management Action Planning

A. Identifying where Time Management Changes should be implemented
B. Specifying Actions to Manage your Time
C. Analyzing what worked and what didn't
D. Getting Rid of the Excuses
E. Resolving and Correcting your Identified Time Management Issues

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Seminar #2: Managing Stress for Improved Performance
Date and Time: July 8, 2011 (1:30pm-5:30pm)
Venue: New Horizon Hotel, Mandaluyong City

Stress has become one of the biggest hurdles that people face in their daily lives. According to experts, stress occurs
when people perceive the "demands and pressures they undergo to exceed their capacity to overcome them."
In order for stress management training to be effective, we need to realize that stress involves how we react our own
internal reaction to external stressors. We all don't react to the same thing the same way, and human reactions are always
based on the choices we make.

This stress management training seminar answers that question and provides concrete, how-to strategies that can be
applied by the participants in the workplace and personal lives to regain and sustain balance. The end-result is a more
effective and efficient person that can hurdle the pressures of work and personal challenges that are encountered each day.

Module I - Understanding Stress
A. The Cost of Stress: How does it affect you?
1. The Downside of Stress
2. Effects of Stress that go disregarded
B. Your Stress Reality Check: How stressed are you?

Module II - The Anatomy of Stress
A. What is stress?
1. Stress defined
2. Types of Stress
a. Eustress
b. Distress

B. The Symptoms of Stress
1. Confusion
2. Burn-out
3. Physical and Mental Fatigue
C. What Causes your Stress?
1. Self-Created Pressures
2. Work Pressures
3. Life Pressures
D. The Common Stressors
1. Fears
2. Worries
3. Anger
4. Doubts

Module III - Managing your Stress
A. Analyzing the Root Causes of your Stress
1. Inadequate Time Management
2. Stress-causing Activities
3. Procrastination
4. Poor Prioritization
B. Stress Management Techniques
1. Short-term Stress Reduction
a. Mental Techniques
b. Physical Techniques
2. Long-term Stress Reduction
a. Attitude Change
b. Health, Nutrition and Exercise

Module III - Creating a Less Stressful Life

A. Goal setting and Prioritization
B. Taking Control of your Life
C. Planning and Organizing Tips

The BEST Rate of P999+VAT per participant, per seminar will be applied for reservations made until May 30, 2011 and paid within the assigned due date.
The P1499+VAT per participant, per seminar rate will be applied for reservations made starting May 31, 2011 and paid within the assigned due date.
The P1, 699+VAT per participant, per seminar rate will be applied for reservations made starting June 17, 2011 and paid within the assigned due date and P1, 999+VAT per participant, per seminar will be applied for on-site payments.

For more information, please call:
524-4488 / 524-4565

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