Time is a limited resource and it is essential in organisations that the right task is done at the right time to achieve the objectives.
This course enables you to identify where the time management challenges' lie and how to ensure that everything is prioritised. Delegates are requested to keep a 2 day time log prior to the course so that the time management techniques developed on the day can be tailored to their own particular needs.
The practicality of this course enables you to develop time management skills and organise your time to achieve the desired results. You will learn how to handle interruptions, become more organised, get more out of meetings, handle crises', make decision and handle many other situations which steal time.
The course identifies the time wasters through looking at current time management practices. Throughout the day many hints, tips and techniques are developed to enable better planning and use of time. You are encouraged to develop an action plan which can be put into effect on return to the workplace.
Key Topics Covered:
- Coffee & Course Objectives (Course aims, participants' introduction and expectations)
- Current Time Management Practices (Patterns of behaviour at work which impact on time management. Time stealers and the common traps. Starting to overcome the traps - Exercises)
- Analysing Own Work Pie Chart: Relationship to Business Objectives (The clock and the compass. Where does my time go? Where should it be directed?)
- Taking Charge: Time Logs and Order Planning (How to make an initial impact on my time management)
- Lunch Break
- Taking Charge: Urgency and Importance (Understanding the drivers. Who sets the agenda? The Customers' needs. Analysing the optimum approach. The way we work. Prioritising and reprioritising)
- Techniques for Improvement: Self Action (Handling paperwork, technology, interruptions, diary)
- Techniques for Improvement: Using Others (Delegation, a different approach to meetings)
Summary and Action Plans Agreed
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