Getting the most out of a 24-hour a day is a constant challenge in our busy world-Too much to do and not enough time to do it is a common problem may face in their everyday lives. This naturally leads to stress but many of us unaware of the danger signs and symptoms in ourselves, and the ways to prevent stress taking over our condition. Although we can’t give you more hours in the day, we can share with you how to decide what to do and when to do it. This high-energy, back-to-basics training programme explains the fundamentals of time management: Understanding the value of time, proven ways to get the most out of a day, how to balance work and home, techniques for eliminating time wasters, how to procrastination, and more.
On completion of this high impact programme, you are expected to be able to:
Understand what it means to be productive
Write effective minutes of meeting
List barriers to successful time management
Write SMART goals and explain their benefit
Develop an action plan for better use of time
Comprehend the sources and effects to stress and spot signs of stress
Adopt people management skills.
Ms.Caroline is the Director of Lighthouse Communicating. She has more that 17 years of invaluable experience as an Editor of lifestyle and technical publications and 15 years teaching business management, environmental and soft-skills communication. During her numerous corporate exposure with local and foreign delegates, Caroline has provided counselling and coaching services to many multicultural individuals and teams while also mentoring fellow educators in developing their professional skills. Caroline uses a combination of customized activities and has mastered the art of utilizing pedagogical methods with minds ! Her pragmatic real world approach ensures that she understands and responds to the real pressures and issues faced by maintained that experimental, innovative teaching methods and highly interactive curriculum are key motivational factors that enhance one’s communication and personal development skills.