Great 2 minute read from PSYBlog!

A study (San Diego Supercomputer Center) said that by 2015 (and we are already 2016!), the sum of media asked for and delivered to consumers on mobile devices and to their homes would take more than 15 hours a day to see or hear. That volume is equal to 6.9 million-million gigabytes. Aagh! And that doesn’t include the information swamp at work.

People are trying to cope with this but without training – knowledge or key skills.

When I’m facilitating workshops one of the most frequent complaints I hear is “I want more time… with my family, to exercise, to lose weight…”. We all know that people too stressed can easily become poor performers – cannot deliver to their best, make more mistakes, are unfocused, unhelpful behaviours and communication.

The cost to the individual, Manager, team and business bottom line is huge yet frequently unseen or acknowledged.

Good news! There are two ready made high quality programmes available to help you and your people, already tried, tested and proven in various forms with many big corporates that work.


1 ‘Feelin’ Good’  Tackling the stressors in our busy workplaces

Delivers practical, realistic tools for reducing stress, which delivers higher productivity and engagement.

  • Using the brain to its best (neuroscience research) to reduce stress and be more efficient and effective
  • Managing conflict with others (a BIG stressor)
  • Being assertive (saying No, being heard, better influencing, managing up)
  • Working to your strengths; understanding your personal stressors
  • Creating well-being


1 ‘Feelin’ Good’  Tackling the stressors in our busy workplaces

  • Defining Efficient and Effective and what is required in each
  • Understanding what effective time management is about: habits and wasted seconds=minutes=hours
  • Reactive vs proactive – getting the balance right (what does this looks like in your role)
  • Time management matrix – how to focus our time, the impact on others if we don’t, high level solutions
  • Planning principles (weekly/ daily) and effective ‘To do’ lists (use of Outlook)/ planner boards
  • How to prioritise – tools to use (or business ones to make use of) – (use of Outlook)
  • Email best practice (etiquette)
  • Meetings best practice (etiquette)
  1. 2 x half day workshops (minimal time out of the business)
  2. Knowledge and follow-up (pre and post)
  3. Buy one-on-one coaching to really maximise your investment.
  4. Proven – to find out more contact Penny –