Seminar on Time Management

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Seminar on Time Management & Anger Management:

Seminar on Time Management & Anger Management Presented By S.Sujay Karthick

Definition for Time Management:

Definition for Time Management Time management is a set of principles, practices, skills, tools, and systems that helps us to get more value out of our time with the aim of improving the quality of our life. Time management helps us make conscious choices so we can spend more of our time doing things that are important and valuable to us.

Need for Time Management:

Need for Time Management To achieve our goals To reduce effort To reduce stress To be efficient To have a sense of balance

Importance of Time Management :

Importance of Time Management Time is limited. Time is scarce. we can accomplish more with less effort Too many choices

Uses of Time Management:

Uses of Time Management By using Time Management skills we learn to Determine which things are important, and which can be dropped. Use our time in the most effective way possible. Increase the time available to work. Control distractions. Increase our effectiveness Reduce personal stress.

Ways of Time Management:

Ways of Time Management The various ways of Time Management are Break it up Prioritize the work Keep an activity log Make reminder lists Do the unpleasant bit first Ease our work plan

Anger management:

Anger management Definition: The term anger management commonly refers to a system of psychological therapeutic techniques and exercises by which someone with excessive or uncontrollable anger can control or reduce his/her anger.

Steps in Anger Management :

Steps in Anger Management Identify the person Identify the reason Find out the solutions Provide training to managers to deal with persons and situations Provide training to employees to control their stress Creation of anger management program

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