Time and Stress Management for Direct Reports

Time and Stress Management for Direct Reports

If we don’t manage our time well, the increasing pressure will suck our energy, and damages our decision-making ability as well. The aim of our program is not just to manage stress, but to eliminate it from our lives, and to spend as much time in flow as possible.

Who should attend:

Key staff on all levels

Ideal class size:



1 day

I was just rushing all day, making no progress…

We could prioritize, plan, and schedule our tasks if we didn’t constantly feel that we are drowning, or even being swamped, and that we are not making progress on the things that really matter. The resulting stress makes us feel less and less in control of our lives – both at work or in our personal lives. This reduced sense of control, in turn, undermines our time management and creates a vicious circle.

So, as stress is both a root cause and a major consequence of time management problems, our program addresses both.

As a result of our Time and Stress Management for Direct Reports program, you will:
  • Strengthen resilience: Not manage stress, but prevent it, as your main strategy. But if stress does occur, we help you bounce back more easily.

  • Energize yourselves: Learn how to get in flow and keep yourself there - where peak performance, good decisions and joyful zest for life intersect.

  • Make the most of your workday: Reload classic time management techniques to both boost your productivity and reduce stress.

  • Manage interruptions: Don't let too many phone calls, emails, text messages and other interruptions undermine your efficiency or drain your energy.

Keep yourself in flow!

Time management programs used to focus on techniques. Today, most people know these techniques, but they just can’t use them effectively because they don’t have the energy for it – partly because they don’t see them as the solution to overwhelm. Well, until we find a way to energize ourselves with these techniques, they really don't help much.

The other basic problem is that these techniques served us well when we only had 10-20 emails a day, as opposed to hundreds these days – not to mention the abundance of phone calls, text messages and other stimuli. All this drains our energy – slowly but surely. But most companies look at this issue as “Not our problem!”.

Fortunately, more and more companies are recognizing that this is a systemic issue, which fundamentally undermines efficiency across the organization if left unaddressed.

Flexible format
Classroom (offline) training

The trainer and the participants meet personally in the classroom.

Virtual (online) training

We hold the program on an internet platform (e.g.: Teams).

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