“Much of the stress that people feel doesn’t come from having too much to do. It comes from not finishing what they’ve started.”
David Allen

Employee Stress is an increasing problem in today’s Organization; stress owing to greater workloads, stress owing to job instability, stress owing to imbalance in work and family responsibilities etc… Although, stress is typically discussed in a negative context, it also has a positive value. In short, some stress can be good and some stress can be bad.

Our Stress management training programme aims at the following things

  • To understand the potential sources of stress of your employees
  • Consequences of stress
  • Stress management both at the Individual and organizational level
  • Stress efficacy for Organizational goal achievement.
  • Increased work efficiency

Benefits of Time Management Training

Individual Benefits Organization Benefits
Increased productivity Healthy Competition
Work life balance Increased Productivity
Effective Communication Improvement in Employee relations
Less Stress Positive environment

Course Pedagogy & Duration

The Minimum course duration is for 4 hours. Course duration of 4 hours will include presentations, seminal talks, case study analysis, role play and simulations and feedback sessions. However, the course duration may be mutually extended based on your requirements and the number of participants.

Pre Training Visit

Our training team might require a pre training visit to your Organization depending on the nature of training to be extended to your employees. This will help them to analyze your requirements better.

Course Charges

Course charges will vary depending on the course duration and the trainer. However, since we value your relationship, we would rather customize our services and charges to meet your expectations. Please feel free to write to us at [email protected]

Post training certificates & testimonials 

We will provide as per your requirements post training certificates and individual report to participants indicating their strengths, improvement areas and also suggest links and books for further improvement on specific areas of training