Maximizing Time management and Managing Stress & Anger

For Professionals, Supervisors, Administrators, Managers, Executives & Office Staff

Do you plan your day? How do you organize your day? Do you feel you have accomplished lots at the end of the day? Or are you a slave to time? Do you wish you had 25 hours a day, so you can complete all the tasks you need to do? We all do, don’t we? We wish that the days were longer so that we can complete ‘lots of things’ and we postpone a number of dreams for retirement.

Is stress good or bad? Is stress necessary at work? Can we not have stress at work? How do we manage stress? Do we get angry at the slightest provocation? How can we swing anger and make it work for us. This workshop helps you look at some practical steps to harness this emotion and turn the negatives into positives.

Workshop Objectives

At the end of this workshop, you will be able to:

  1. Identify the Key Elements in Managing Time
  2. Prioritize what you consider to be Important
  3. Identify and Eliminate the Time Wasters
  4. Identify your Preferred Style for Managing
  5. Time & Stress Situation
  6. Apply the Techniques to Manage Anger
  7. Use Time and Stress Management Tools to Control your Daily Activities
  8. Work out a Personal Plan of Action

Tools & Techniques to take-away

  1. Perceptions of Time Management
  2. Monochromic People versus Polychromic People
  3. The Time Matrix model
  4. Balancing the Demands required of me
  5. Stress Management Skills
  6. Anger: Understanding and Managing It
  7. My Whole Life Calendar
  8. My Personal Plan of Action after this workshop


This is a highly interactive workshop with practice sessions, personal reflections and a Personal Plan of Action after each topic. Participants are expected to commit 100% engagement so as to maximize learning.

Michael P A Tan (or Mike) has more than 20 years working experience in Administration, Human Resource Training & Development, and Training Consultancy. He specializes in Organizational Development (OD) topics and Personal Enrichment Programs. Michael’s client list includes Public Sector, Service and Hospitality Sectors and the Manufacturing Industries from Singapore MNCs and SMEs, and the ASEAN Countries.

Michael holds a Master of Arts degree in Tertiary, Adult & Continuing Education from The University of Hull, UK. His other qualifications include Training, Organization & Methods, Administrative Management and Transport and the Advanced Certificate in Training & Assessment (ACTA) issued by the Singapore Workforce Development Agency (WDA).

He is an active participant in the Facilitators Network Singapore (FNS) and the Singapore Institute Management (SIM)’s OD Interest Group. Michael is the Principal Consultant of Regal Management Consultants since 1992.

Please contact us for course details