This trivia-rich module gives understanding about what Stress is, how it affects people, and how people cope with it. It also provides new ideas and practical tips in stress management. It helps participants guide themselves when faced with productive and non-productive options for stress management as it incorporates self-reflection and action planning exercises.

This module provides vigorous discussions and activity-based learning about concepts related to Time Management. It aims to help the participants to review their current Time Management practices and find possible efficient options in spending their time so they may complete more activities during their regular day.

This module provides vigorous discussions and activity-based learning about concepts related to Time Management. It aims to help the participants to review their current Time Management practices and find possible efficient options in spending their time so they may complete more activities during their regular day.

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I – Introduction of Participants

II – Concept Definitions and Objectives

  1. Statement of Course Objectives
  2. What is Stress?
  3. Facts About Stress (The interesting Ones)
  4. What are the Types of Stress? Eustress Vs Distress

III – Content Proper

  1. Stress Self Check (Activity)
  2. Our Daily Stressors (Discussion of Some Day-to-Day Stress Sources)
  3. Burn Out VS Rust Out – Our Two Different Reactions to Stress (Activity and Brain Storming)
  4. Adapting to Stress (Coping Styles)
  5. Activity: Creating A Stress Management Plan
  6. Lifestyle Changes that Lower StressTime and Stress Management
  1. Laughter
  2. Accessing Social Support
  3. Deep Breathing, Meditation, Visualization, and Yoga
  4. Exercise
  5. Sleep
  6. Balanced Diet
  7. Time Management

IV – Debrief – Round Robin: Participants to share learning and what they would use in their daily lives after completing the session.

Time Management

I – Concept Definitions and Objectives

  1. Statement of Course Objectives
  2. What is time Management?
  3. Why do we need to manage time?

II – Content Proper

  1. Biorhythms
    1. What does Bio Rhythm Mean?
    2. What is Prime Time and how do you make most out of it?
  2. Procrastination
    1. What is Procrastination?
    2. How to tell if I am a procrastinator? (Activity)
    3. Can we fix procrastination?
  3. Prioritization
    1. How do we prioritize our activities and tasks?
    2. Long term Vs Short Term Consequences
    3. The Four-Quadrant Method (Exercise)
  4. Activity Planning
    1. Keys to Successfully Creating a Daily To-Do List
    2. Exercise: Creating Your Personal To-Do List
  5. Workspace Management
    1. Your Workspace and Your Effectiveness
    2. Stackers, Stashers, and Spreaders (Bad habits in managing paperwork)
    3. Tips in Managing Your DeskTime and Stress Management
  1. Managing Interruptions
  2. Delegation
    1. Delegation and our Hang-Ups about It (What Prevents Us from Delegating?)
    2. How Do We Choose the Tasks to Delegate?
    3. The Flipside of Delegation (How do you manage a new task delegated to you?)

III – Debrief – Activity to Summarize: Ask Participants to identify three concepts that they see fit to help them in their time management issues, write it in their workbooks and share with the class.

  • June 29 to 30, 2017

Time and Stress Management

Course Fee:

₱ 6,800.00

per person (inclusive of snacks, lunch, computer hands-on and certification)

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This trivia-rich module gives understanding about what Stress is, how it affects people, and how people cope with it. It also provides new ideas and practical tips in stress management.

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