Workload management – with group activity


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+ Main topic: Workload management

+ Related topics: Stress and stress management; human error and reliability; resilience development and mental flexibility; threat and error management; effective communication; case study

+ Training length:  60 minutes

+ Included: Student handout, group exercise, lesson plan with instructor notes, PowerPoint slides, background information for the instructor

+ Access: Instant download after payment

+ File formats: Pdf and PowerPoint

Additional information

Our lesson on workload management is highly interactive and includes a group activity dealing with the practical and emotional sides of workload management. The group activity gives insight into how our mind and body react under minor stress and highlights how stress management may contribute to better workload management.

We look at the effects of multitasking on our stress levels and include studies on how it affects our productivity, performance, and even IQ. Students will also experience the effects of multitasking and its impact on their own bodies and minds.

During the lesson, you and your students will reflect on methods that can help control one’s stress levels. Here, you will examine a case study and connect the relationship between workload- and stress management.

The package includes a few extra notes for you as the instructor. These additional notes include studies on multitasking and productivity, linking them together. This is to provide you with enough background material to facilitate the topic confidently and effectively.

Note: You will need to acquire a deck of playing cards for the group activity.

Note: This publication is licensed for in-house training. You may not use it for commercial purposes under any circumstances.

 Note: NaviMinds cannot confer the video clips referred to in this lesson. Instead, we provide instructions on how to find them on channels such as YouTube. If you experience any issues, feel free to contact us.

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