Emotional Intelligence for Organisation

Leadership Program with EQ

Mental Health First Aid Workplace Wellness

Leading through Crisis 

Corporate Communication

Time Management

Strategic Planning

Succession Planning

Enhancing Organizational Culture 

Entrepreneurial Management

Emotional Intelligence Mapping (EIM) For CBT

Emotional Intelligence Mapping (EIM) For Coach

Time Management

Are you focusing on the tasks that are most important to you?

Learn the psychology of time management, build and instill long-term healthy productive habits, break bad ones and tactics to utilize your time more efficiently. Explore time management basics, including planning and organization, identifying and avoiding distraction devices, and minimizing mental stumbling blocks and bottlenecks that slow you down. The Program features several H2Advisory Psychological Models that enhance and improve your efficiency, minimize your stress levels, and reduce procrastination.

Program Outline:

Module 1

 Time Management Fundamentals:

An overview of time management importance context within the organization as well different strategies and techniques.  

Module 2

Commitment Devices

Identify practices that can best support you and your employees in scheduling, planning, and identifying common distractors to boost productivity tasks workflow more. 

Module 3

  Stress Management

 Develop a foundational understanding of Stress, its signs and symptoms, as well as its impact. Understand the relation between Stress and time management and use techniques and strategies to reduce Stress, increase productivity, enhance emotional resilience and work smarter, not harder. 

Module 4

3 Self Model

Explore the neuroscience behind the decision-making process and learn to direct your emotional energy towards areas that you can control and influence to minimize procrastination and disengage perfectionist Mindset. 

Module 5

 3Ds’ Model

Develop your scheduling log and planning routine. Explore different modes of task completions and identify your priorities and link them to short, medium, and long-term planning.