Time and Stress Management

Date: TBA – Category: Soft Skills

Course Overview
Personal time management is not about making more time – that’s impossible. Rather, it is about making the best use of the time. By doing this you choose time management over stress management. This interactive course purpose is to get you to know how to ultimately use your time and plan your business and personal life properly. Moreover, it will help you to identify your different stressors, to differentiate between stress and distress, and besides you’ll learn some important lessons to better use your time and tips to reduce your stress levels.

Course Outline

Time Management

  • Time Management facts and myths.
  • The importance of managing time
  • Components of time management.
  • Time Management as a management process.
  • Creating a culture of Time Value
  • The 80/ 20 Rule of time management.
  • Finding your prime time.
  • Planning with SMART objectives.
  • Urgent/ Important Matrix
  • Delegation
  • Effectiveness and Efficiency Quadrants
  • Prioritizing- The Big Rocks and Stones
  • Time wasters & how to handle them
  • Effective meetings management
  • Office Organization
  • Enforcing the use, a daily planner collectively.
  • The individual action plans.

Stress Management

  • What is stress?
  • The relation between time and stress.
  • The types of stress.
  • Can stress be positive?
  • The stressors and stress carriers.
  • Stages of Stress
  • Signs of Stress
  • Your reaction to stress
  • Health hazards of chronic stress
  • Coping with Stress
    • Ineffective ways
    • Effective techniques
  • Stress in the Workplace

Learning Objective

By the end of the program, participants will be able to:

  • List barriers to successful time management
  • Write SMART objectives and explain their benefit
  • Demonstrate how to say “no”
  • Delegate tasks and assignments
  • Know how to deal with time wasters
  • Learn how to help their staff in achieving better time management.
  • Recognize signs of stress in self and others.
  • Know the effective and ineffective ways of dealing with stress.
  • Develop an action plan for better use of time to decrease their stress levels.

Who Should Attend 

All employees

Course Duration

Two days from 9:00AM to 4:00PM 

Registration Deadline

One week before the course date

Course Fees

  • 4900 EGP (Registration is confirmed only upon payment)
  • Fees include materials and attendance certificate
  • Complimentary coffee breaks and light lunch

Course Venue

IMC Head Office premises: 22 Yehia Ibrahim Street, Zamalek, Cairo, 2nd Floor, Apart. 11


  • Payment should be made one week prior to course.
  • Payment by cheque in Integrated Consultancy’s name or cash to our address.

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