This assignment is to understand the impact of time management and causes of stress in the workplace; I will be identifying symptoms and behaviours and the impact it may have internally and externally. It will explain how to use effective time management and to achieve team goals and have the ability to recognise and manage stress.
Know how to use effective personal time management to achieve team goals.
• I believe in the importance of effective time management because time is limited so it’s important I make the most of it, without this my day would go out of control and I wouldn’t be able to finish the important tasks I had planned to do which would lead to ...view middle of the document...
This will allow the person to know exactly what is expected of him.
• To meet the objectives set this will allow him to plan the day ahead, the plan will give him a good overview of how the day will pan out, it will allow him to work smarter rather than harder, he will be able to prioritise important tasks which can be grouped into 4 categories, urgent and important, not urgent but important, urgent but not important and neither urgent nor important.
Know how to manage own stress.
• Causes of stress can vary from person to person and depend on a number of things. The main contributing factors are workloads, poor time management, lack of confidence, loss of motivation, not feeling valued, under pressure, bullying, poor working conditions and working hours. Just one of the above could cause someone to be stressed or it could be a multitude of all of them, this could have an impact both Internally and externally, Internally could result in poor work, lack of attention to details and missing important information which in turn will result in it impacting our customers externally, it may lead to jobs being logged incorrectly so when an engineer attends to fix a fault he would not be able to do it first time which will lead to the customer not being happy and in turn could lead to us losing contracts and money.
• There are many symptoms of stress and they are not always obvious as people respond to stress in...