Peningkatan self-management siswa melalui outbond untuk mengembangkan pemahaman stress management dan organizations

Fitri Nur Mahmudah, Laila Fatmawati, Zidnii Ilma Nafi'a


The development of the era, technology, and due to the uncertain climate change have a significant impact on students' activities and learning patterns. This is the basis for implementing Community Service through training to improve self-management. The purpose of implementing this Community Service is to develop students' character in improving good self-management through various approaches, especially stress management and organizational approaches. The method used in the implementation of community service (round II) is through outbound. This is also a follow-up to the implementation of PPM #1 in which the transfer of knowledge has been carried out using lectures and assistance in the preparation of goal setting and time management. PPM is held in the same place, namely the PPM partner is the Al-Islam Foundation. The implementation of this follow-up PPM will be on Saturday-Sunday, September 25-26 2021. The results obtained are that students are better prepared to be able to carry out stress management and organization in every activity, both related to education and daily activities. The impact of implementing PPM for students is that students are increasingly capable and confident in self-management, so that with this ability students are more adaptive in dealing with any unpredictable changes and also very fast developments in the era.


student; self-management; stress management; organizations.

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