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Time management and work pressure – Essential

  • Course level: Short Courses
  • Categories Administrative
  • Duration 35h
  • Total Enrolled 0
  • Last Update June 19, 2021

Description

Hours

program

3
Analyzing the causes of work problems and stress in the field of work and classify conflicts and pressures within this environment.
3
The concept of the brain sciences, its establishment, and how to benefit from it in time management and work pressure in the institution or company.
3
The employee’s work functions and their relationship to physiological and psychological health and their relationship to the employee’s innovative and creative thinking.
3
Internal and external sources of work pressures, their causes, types, developments and how to deal with them.
4
The concept of difficult situations and how to deal with them and the leadership specifications required to confront them and turn them into a positive experience.
4
Making decisions in difficult situations and effective delegation and its impact in facing work pressures and time management as an effective tool to confront pressures.
4
Anxiety and its effect on morale and effective directives to control the human psyche to reduce stress and anxiety.
4
Knowledge of time administration and work efficiency concepts.
4
Concept of time management through Stephen Covey model (Steven Covey Time Management Chart).
3
Gaining methods to avoid wasting time and increase productive efficiency.
35
total of hours

What Will I Learn?

  • Learning participants to the sources of work stress in the work environment.
  • Learning them to the nature of mind management, especially in light of working under pressure.
  • Providing them with the skills and tools that help them in dealing with the work pressures that the employee is exposed to in his organization and outside it.
  • Videos and case studies that help them in the practical application of the training material and in their daily lives.
د.إ1,499

Material Includes

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Target Audience

  • Directors and heads of departments, their deputies, their assistants, candidates for those administrative positions, public relations and public relations staff, administrative staff, secretaries and office managers.