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Managing Your Emotions:
Workplace Skills
Time Management:
We at Life Skills Development provide smart training and consulting solutions in the areas of

Managing Your Emotions
Time Management
Overcoming Procrastinations
Stress Management
Managing Better & beyond

Our corporate training solution has a direct impact on business performance.
Not knowing what you are feeling, your emotions may feel very unpredictable and out-of-control. As a result, you might find it difficult to effectively manage your emotions. When this happens, people often tend to rely on more unhealthy ways of managing emotions, such as avoidance and self-medication through the use of drugs and alcohol. Knowing what you are feeling, on the other hand, helps you figure out how to make yourself feel better. 

“Managing your emotions” program focuses in following aspects of emotion:

Anxiety
Depression
Anger
Shame
Guilt
Hurt
Envy

One skill that is prevalent in all leaders of repute is time management. People who use these techniques routinely are the highest achievers in all walks of life, from business to sport to public service.

Managing time well enables you to be in control of your life; it allows you to act on situations rather than react to situations. When reacting to situations you are ill-prepared and under stress so your action is far from your optimum capacity.

Contrary to popular belief, effective time management is not based on doing more things in less time. “Time Management” is about doing the right things and doing them better.

“Time Management” program focuses in following aspects:

Powerful Goal Setting Techniques
Determining Task Priority
Dealing with difficult tasks
The importance of right attitude
Use of technology in time management

Overcoming Procrastination:
You know what needs to be done yet you cannot get on with it. What blocks you from engaging in productive action? 

A form of procrastination which might be difficult to detect is the ‘comfort of discomfort’ paradox: your current miserable or non-productive state is familiar and safe compared with the feared consequences of change and subsequent failure. Therefore, your claim that ‘I’m happy the way that I am’ is not so much statement of genuine contentment but a fear of being even worse off if the change process fails. Hence you decide to stay in your rut rather than attempt to leave it. 

“Overcoming Procrastination” program focuses in following aspects:

Causes of Procrastination
Typology of Procrastination
Common denominator of Procrastination
Tackling Procrastination

Stress Management:
Managing stress in the workplace is a very important component of productivity. Stress management Program focuses on stress management techniques which will help people to handle situations in a more constructive rather destructive manner.

The goal of stress management is to bring your nervous system back into balance, giving you a sense of calmness and control in your life. Controlling your life means balancing various aspects of it — work, relationships and leisure — as well as the physical, intellectual and emotional parts. People who effectively manage stress consider life a challenge rather than a series of irritations, and they feel they have control over their lives, even in the face of setbacks.

“Stress Management” program focuses in following aspects:

Identifying stress
Getting in Control
Introduction of Physical Change
Conquering stress


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