Time & Stress Management Activities
A few time management activities, we keep adding more activities regularly. Check back again for more!
It happens to all of us, sometimes you meet a co-worker throughout your day who chats with you for 5 minutes and instantly you feel you need to lie down for 30 minutes to recover. Some people can just suck away your energy. Read more about this training activity
Everyone gets overwhelmed sometimes and feel there is not enough time in a day to get everything done. Read more about this training activity
Delegation Skill Practice Exercise
Congratulations! You finally got the assistant you always wanted. To start off this delegation exercise tell participants to imagine that finally management in your company realized how hard you are working and decided to appoint an assistant for you, It's great news for you but it means you have to start delegating some of your work. Read more about this training activity
Choose four major time wasters that you discussed in your class and use them in this follow-up activity to reinforce learning and encourage participants to think of more creative ways to counter common time wasters. Read more about this training activity
Did you know that we just added a FREE review game to each of our full course training packages?
It adds loads of fun and ends your training class on a high note!
The game is all done in Power Point and comes packed with questions and answers around your training package so you can easily review the content of the training, enhance retention and ensure your training participants are engaged till the very end. Just split your class into teams that compete to win a final competition by answering questions and getting points in a series of fun rounds.
That’s not all! Just like our training material packages, the game is completely customizable so you can easily use it with other training topics you teach. Just change the questions/answers, images…etc, Save as a new file & create any number of other review games and always end each class you teach on a high note. Watch this short video: