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Working Smart: A Time and Self Management Webinar

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The pandemic has greatly impacted us and altered our daily routines whether at home or work. For the past two years, we did the best we could to attend to the needs of our family and our obligations at work. We changed the way we live to suit the work-from-home (WFH) setup. Currently, the majority is slowly transitioning to a hybrid work setup. Given this, our routines will be altered again. This webinar aims to help employees manage their time as we shift to the new setup. Managing yourself and your time will help you work smart, eliminate distractions, create schedules that work best for you, make better judgments, and most importantly, be in control of the various tasks to be done. Managing your time well will help you navigate towards efficiency, productivity, and success.

LEARNING OBJECTIVES

At the end of the webinar, participants should be able to:

  • Recognize one’s strengths and weaknesses when it comes to management

  • Understand the effects of procrastination and multitasking

  • Identify and overcome different time wasters

  • Familiarize with different strategies and techniques in effectively managing their own time

WHO SHOULD JOIN?

• Employees of any level

LEARNING OUTLINE

  • Discovering your inner clock: Personal and professional awareness in managing your time

  • The red flags and barriers in time management: Dealing with procrastination, multitasking, and time-wasting activities

  • Mapping your timeline while achieving efficiency and productivity

  • Hit me with your best shot: Applying work smart practices and how does it work?

Our Resource Speakers

Jhon Carandang RPsy

Jhon, is a licensed psychologist,  certified dementia rating assessor, psychological first aider, and expert in giving trainings and forums on mental health, work-life balance, stress, and self-management for different institutions like schools,  churches, corporate institutions, and media outlets.

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(+632) 8404 9524 or email us at training@pvpi.ph