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Time And Stress Management for Personal Effectiveness

By: Administrative Staff College of Nigeria (ASCON)  

Lagos State, Nigeria

27 - 31 Jul, 2015  5 days

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 At the end of the workshop, participants should be able to: 

  • Define the concept of time and stress management 
  • Identify time robbers and causes of stress 
  • Organize and prioritize your workload to avoid being stressed 
  • Utilize the time management toolkit to improve efficiency  
  • Manage your own and others’ expectations to reduce stress

Contents 

 The workshop content covers the following topics;

  • Concept of Time and Stress Management 
  • The time Management matrix and tools 
  • Effective task planning
  • Prioritizing workload
  • Time robbers and stress
  • Effective delegation techniques
  • Types, Causes and preventive measures of stress
  • Effect of stress on performance and productivity
  • Stress coping skills
  • Dealing with Frustration and Anger
  • Stress Reducing Exercises 

Target Audience

 The workshop is designed for officers on GL. 09 and above working in the public or private sector organisation.  Officers in military and para-military service can equally attend the course.  

Methodology: Lecture, power point presentation, syndicate exercises, and discussion.

ASCON Complex, Topo, Badagry Jul 27 - 31 Jul, 2015
NGN65,000.00 (This fee covers workshop materials, bags and certificate of attendance
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08120911200, 07082453811

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Administrative Staff College of Nigeria (ASCON)

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