Work productivity is based on quality (meeting standards), quantity (desired volume), and timeliness (expected delivery). Work-life harmony is also based on quality (living one's purpose), quantity (having the time to enjoy and be happy), and timeliness (experiencing the peaks). The common resource to achieve these is the gift of "time." Hence, using time wisely will result in maximum work productivity and living life to the fullest.
This program will equip the participants with skills using a personal and practical approach to the use of time and energy to maximize work output and get the most out of life.
At the end of the program, the participants would be able to:
- identify the truth of time vis-à-vis the myths about time management;
- identify common time wasters and barriers to goal achievement through the time management matrix;
- craft a personal mission and vision statement to serve as a personal guide to have work-life harmony;
- use effective work organization and scheduling techniques
- distinguish between three (3) types of stress ;
- use simple tips to handle everyday work stress for peak performance.
- True Value of Time and Effective Time Utilization
No one can save time – time cannot be saved. It can only be "used wisely." Squander time and what is there in life to remember, to rejoice in, and to achieve. Working smarter beats working harder.
- Time Management Matrix and Dealing With Priorities
The four (4) quadrants using the twin concepts of "urgency and importance" will help in determining priorities. This will also help participants deal with procrastination and major time wasters.
- Peak Performance and Stress Management
Everyone has a personal rhythm and knowing this rhythm will help to determine one's peak energy and use this to ensure peak performance consistently. The ability to distinguish between negative from positive stress will add to one's capability to maximize time and personal efforts.