SST 13 - "Time and stress management" by Khaled Tayara, Beirut
10:00 - 13:00 02 November 2019
This event is for our Beirut-based scholars only.
For any enquiries, please contact Lara Koro, firstname.lastname@example.org
• Because you are constantly faced with challenges of dealing with incoming “stuff” such as
emails, calls, messages and difficulty of having to say “no” while your thoughts having to
handle too many tasks at the same time.
• Because in your jobs, we also experience work-related stress due to lack of time. Too much
pressure over a sustained period can however lead to a negative stressful situation.
The Attendees will be able to after the training:
• Develop time management habits, question your time management and be a master time
• Identify Time Wasters and handle it
• Get any task done on time
• Overcome procrastination and perfectionist habits.
• Differentiate types of stress and stressors
• Take steps in handling stress
• Use techniques to manage stress at workplace
• What is Time Management
• Seven Essentials of Good Time Management Habits
• Self- Assessment: Detecting Your Time Robbers
• Time Management Matrix/ Urgent Vs Important Task
• Busy Vs Productive Work
• Handling Time Wasters
• Two biggest Time Robbers and how to handle them
• Saying “No” positively
• Setting Time Objectives and Planning
• Effective Stress Management
• Ten Top Sources of Stress in the workplace
• Recognizing four signs and symptoms of stress
• Four Essential steps in handling stress
About Social Skills Training
As part of our commitment to our scholars, we will be running the Social Skills Training program this year to help them improve their social skills. The program will be run by professional coaches who have extensive experience in personal development training.
Social skills are the life skills we use every day to communicate and interact with other people, both individually and in groups. People who have worked on developing strong social skills are usually more successful in both their professional and personal lives.
Employers often seek to hire staff with 'strong interpersonal skills' - they want people who will work well in teams and able to communicate effectively with colleagues, customers and clients.
People aren’t born with good communication skills; like any other skill, they are learned through trial and error and repeated practice.
The training will be divided into modules. Each module will cover a different social skill ranging from “Business Etiquette”, “Public Speaking”, “Interpersonal Communication”, “Time and Stress Management”, Resume writing, etc.