Time and Stress Management

Course Overview

The concept of time management has been widely used over the past few years, but this term may not create an appropriate impression as one can say that time cannot be managed, what we can manage is ourselves. Therefore, it is actually self-management in which we learn to manage our time. This course is designed to facilitate the participants in a way that they can easily describe and quantify the work related stress. The Time Management training course content introduces and highlights numerous personal coping strategies so that participants can handle work related stress. We will make you learn how to effectively manage personal time management problems by adopting different management techniques, and you will be able to have good control on your daily work routines and outcomes.

Course Objectives

After attending the course participants should be able to:

  • Describe the stress and identify the different issues at work
  • Develop personal coping strategies to handle work related stress
  • Manage priorities and identify their short, medium and long term goals
  • Learn how to keep a balance between professional and personal life
  • Know how to manage the interruptions and work related problems assertively
  • Apply practical principles of diary management, decide rationally and make informed decisions
  • Effectively manage time and do more tasks in less time

Course Content


Stress and its Effects

  • Defining stress
  • Explain health stress
  • Effects on work and performance
  • Absenteeism and turnover
  • Measurement of absenteeism and turnover
  • Motivation and job satisfaction
  • Burnout

Organizational Factors

  • Working conditions
  • Work overload
  • Work under load
  • Job security
  • Change
  • Interpersonal demands
  • Working environment
  • Role ambiguity
  • Role conflict

Personality Profiles and Types

  • Stress and personality profiles
  • Stress and personality types
  • The general adaptation syndrome
  • Symptoms of stress

Managing Stress in the Workplace

  • Management role
  • Individual role
  • Support programs

Personal Coping Strategies

  • Anxiety management
  • Cognitive restructuring
  • Coping focusing on appraisal
  • Coping focusing on problems
  • Coping focusing on emotions

Left Brain/Right Brain

  • The two types: Left/right brain
  • Left brain/right brain quiz
  • Left/right brain styles of working
  • Using left/right brain together

Assertiveness and How to Say No

  • Assertiveness, aggressiveness and passivity
  • The 3 steps assertiveness
  • Practice related to assertiveness

The Four D’s

  • Do, dump, delay and delegate
  • Suggestions for keeping a piece of paper

Course Methodology

The training is going to be highly interactive combination of lectures, group discussions, questionnaires, individual reflections, role plays, simulations and videos.

Target Audience

Time Management training course is designed for:

  • Managers and employees working in highly demanding and challenging environment
  • Employees dealing with high level responsibilities and fast paced activities


2 Days (08:30–14:30) with appropriate breaks for tea/refreshments and lunch.

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