Effective Performance Package
It’s easy to feel overwhelmed by the pressure and stress of a demanding workload. This package is designed to help you develop resilience, increase productivity, grow your emotional intelligence and ensure effectiveness of your day-to-day work.
Learn techniques to help manage stress, conflicting schedules and competing priorities to ensure you can meet the needs of your clients or organisation.
- Learn strategies to help you plan and schedule your priorities, deal with unexpected tasks, stay ahead of deadlines to reduce stress levels and increase your output
- Improve your productivity, effectiveness and focus
- Discover the simple steps you can take to improve your emotional awareness and in the process improve your relationships with others and your ability to lead others and work effectively in teams
- Develop your skills to better manage stress and stressful situations, in turn improving your resilience
- Discover how resilience and resilient leadership can create a positive pathway to a post COVID-19 organisation
- Get equipped with tools and techniques to enable critical and strategic thinking in relation to both the simple and complex problems in your organisation
- Explore how questions can help you evaluate the risk, interpret information, determine the best way forward for you clients and improve your decision-making
- Getting The Right Things Done - Planning and Prioritising Your Time
- How To Be More Productive In The Digital Age
- The Keys To Having Exceptional Emotional Intelligence
- Stress Management For Accountants, Auditors and Tax professionals
- Critical and Strategic Thinking Skills
- Moving beyond COVID – the role of resilience and resilient leadership
- CA Capability+ Launch
Learn practical tips and strategies to help you reach your potential, improve the quality of your thinking and decision-making, and perform effectively in your career.
Topic: People & Leadership
Sub-Topic: Personal Effectiveness
Format: Recorded Webinar
Proficiency Level: All
CPD: Upto 7 hours