Why join the workshop?
Have you ever felt stressed and exhausted at work without seeing the expected increase in volume or improvement in quality and timeliness of outputs? We may already be aware of the difference between working hard and working smart, as well as the respective pros and cons of multitasking, but how would we know exactly what tools and processes would be most appropriate to apply to our own work goals and situations?
This program would introduce participants to workload and time management principles that help maintain proper focus on important tasks, while minimising interruptions and disturbances. They will also be guided through proven strategies and techniques for delegating work, setting goals, adjusting to varying workloads, and most importantly, how to train themselves to develop daily discipline in order to not be overcome by stress.
This highly-interactive workshop aims to enable participants to:
- Organize their workload through effective time and task planning, clustering and prioritization
- Increase productivity by focusing on high-impact activities and reducing low-impact interruptions, disruptions and time-wasters
- Maximise time and energy by clarifying work requirements better, improving delegation and scheduling skills, and replacing quick-fix stress management practices with sustainable recovery practices.
- Achieve more in work and life by applying a realistic process that links goal-setting with the daily discipline of getting things done – at work and at home.
Who Should Attend:
The course is appropriate for anyone managing a personal or team’s workload, and will provide excellent tips on how to efficiently balance out tasks, meetings, and the like, while maximising resources and also avoiding unproductive habits. The end result would be a less stressful workload and awareness of healthy habits that promote positive worklife balance.
Mar 28 - 29, 2017