- Learning to manage oneself through Personal Empowerment
- Achieving Self Mastery (Emotional Management)
- Assertive Communication (Say NO without saying NO)
- Being Resilient (Learn to Fight Back)
- Being Elevated through Self Confidence (Be a Success Star)
The first objective of the workshop on Conflict Management for the audience aged 13 and above is to develop their awareness and understanding of conflict. This includes exploring the nature of conflicts, understanding common triggers and patterns, and recognizing the potential consequences of unresolved conflicts. By enhancing their understanding of conflict, participants will be better equipped to navigate and manage conflicts in their personal lives.
Foster Effective Communication and Active Listening SkillsThe second objective is to foster effective communication and active listening skills among the audience. Participants will learn how to express themselves assertively, articulate their needs and concerns, and actively listen to others’ perspectives. Through interactive exercises and role-plays, they will develop the ability to communicate constructively and empathetically, which will contribute to more positive and productive conflict resolution outcomes.
Promote Collaborative Conflict Resolution Strategies
The third objective is to promote collaborative conflict resolution strategies among the audience. Participants will learn and practice techniques such as negotiation, compromise, and problem-solving to find mutually beneficial solutions. They will understand the importance of seeking win-win outcomes, maintaining relationships, and respecting diverse viewpoints. By fostering a collaborative approach to conflict resolution, participants will be empowered to resolve conflicts in a constructive and respectful manner.
The first objective of the workshop on Time Management and Procrastination for students aged 13 and above is to develop their time management skills. This includes understanding the importance of effective time management, learning strategies to set goals and prioritize tasks, and acquiring techniques to plan and organize their schedules. By enhancing their time management skills, participants will be better equipped to make the most of their time and increase their productivity.
Understand Procrastination and Overcoming It
The second objective is to help students understand the concept of procrastination and provide them with strategies to overcome it. Participants will learn about the common causes and consequences of procrastination, identify personal triggers and patterns, and explore techniques to improve self-discipline and motivation. The aim is to empower students to take proactive steps in managing their time and avoiding procrastination habits.
Promote Effective Study Habits and Stress Management
The third objective is to promote effective study habits and stress management techniques among the participants. Students will learn how to create efficient study schedules, employ active learning strategies, and maintain a healthy work-life balance. They will also explore stress management techniques such as relaxation exercises, time for self-care, and seeking support when needed. The goal is to equip students with tools and strategies to manage their time effectively while reducing stress and enhancing overall well-being
- Understanding the difference of Emotional, Mental, Physical & Spiritual Procrastination (Video)
- Understanding Purpose & Need of Time (Activity)
The first objective of the workshop on Anger Management for individuals aged 13 and above is to develop their understanding of anger and its impact. This includes exploring the nature of anger, identifying common triggers and responses, and recognizing the physical, emotional, and interpersonal consequences of unmanaged anger. By enhancing their understanding of anger, participants will be better equipped to effectively manage and regulate their own anger.
Coping Strategies For AngerThe second objective is to provide participants with healthy coping strategies for managing anger. Students will learn and practice techniques such as deep breathing exercises, mindfulness, and relaxation techniques to help calm themselves during moments of anger. They will also explore communication techniques, assertiveness skills, and problem-solving strategies to address anger-provoking situations constructively. The aim is to equip participants with a toolbox of effective coping mechanisms that they can utilize to manage anger in a healthy and productive manner.
Build Emotional Intelligence and Self-Regulation Skills
The third objective is to foster the development of emotional intelligence and self-regulation skills among the participants. Students will learn how to recognize and understand their emotions, including anger, and develop self-awareness regarding their anger triggers and patterns. They will explore techniques to regulate their emotions, such as practicing empathy, practicing self-care, and developing positive coping mechanisms. The goal is to empower participants to take responsibility for their emotional responses and cultivate healthier ways of expressing and managing anger
- Al Ghazali on Concept of Anger (Video)
- Holistically Managing Anger (Activity)
The first objective of the workshop on Stress Management and Social Anxiety for individuals aged 13 and above is to develop their stress management skills. This includes understanding the nature of stress, identifying common stressors, and learning practical techniques to effectively cope with stress. Participants will be introduced to relaxation exercises, time management strategies, and self-care practices that can help reduce stress levels and promote overall well-being.
Address Social Anxiety and Enhance Social Skills
The second objective is to address social anxiety and enhance social skills among the participants. Students will learn about the symptoms and triggers of social anxiety, explore techniques to manage anxiety in social situations, and practice social skills such as active listening, assertive communication, and initiating and maintaining conversations. The aim is to provide them with tools and strategies to overcome social anxiety and improve their confidence in social interactions
Foster Resilience and Emotional Well-being
The third objective is to foster resilience and emotional well-being in participants. Students will learn about the connection between stress, social anxiety, and emotional well-being.
They will explore techniques for building resilience, such as reframing negative thoughts, practicing self-compassion, and seeking support from others. The goal is to empower students to develop healthy coping mechanisms, cultivate a positive mindset, and effectively manage their emotions.
- Holistically strengthening each body to cope & release (Activity & Video)
- Say NO without saying NO
- What is Assertiveness and Assertive Communication?
- How to build Assertive Communication and its benefits
- Activities to establish Assertive Communication
- Defining the Difference: Self-Efficacy, Self-Confidence, and Self-Esteem
- The Benefits of Fear: Practicing Courage and Building Confidence
- 6 pillars of Self esteem
- 9 Lessons for Practicing Self-Confidence