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When:

Tue Jul 16 2019, 9:00am–5:00pm
Fri Oct 11 2019, 9:00am–5:00pm

Where: SMU - School of Economics & Social Sciences, 90 Stamford Road, City Hall, Singapore

Restrictions: All ages

Ticket Information:

  • Early Bird: $363.80
  • Normal: $417.30
  • Members: $321.00
  • Additional fees may apply

“I don’t have time!” How often have we heard these words? We have even said it ourselves. Take a moment and reflect. How often have we wasted our time away without realising it? Thus, a better understanding and awareness of how we spend our time and learning the technique to help us improve our time management would help us to be more focused and spend our time productively. After all, time is a scarce and valuable resource.

After the workshop, you will be able to:
- recognise stress and its impact on you
- apply the techniques to manage yourself in order to reduce stress, work effectively in the situation you are in and enjoy what you do
- apply the techniques for managing your time and identify when they can be used
- discover how being assertive and managing the expectations of others can help you to gain more time

What you will learn
Introduction to Stress
- Stress and its impact on you
- What are the stress signals?
- How are stress and time management related?
- Can we really manage time?

Managing yourself to reduce stress
- Understand the emotional system to help you reduce stress
- Increase your influence

Identifying the time wasters in your life

Time (activities) management tools and models to be more effective and get things done
- Understand the psychology and external factors for procrastination
- Overcoming procrastination
- Get organised – the COR steps
- The 80/20 rule
- Gaining focus - urgent vs important
- Weekly planning

Handle interruptions
- Identify persistent offenders
- Time log
- Learning to use the 'straight' or 'soft' No to persistent offenders

Who should attend?
Executives and supervisors who needs to effectively manage their time and work.

Methodology
Participants are guided through practical steps of the topic with a combination of lectures, case studies and group discussions.