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Organising Work and Time

  • Price £495.00
  • Duration 1 day(s)
All major credit cards accepted

Description

•Do you want to make sure you’re achieving the most from the time available?
•Do you want to be able to achieve your high-priority goals
•Do you want to be able to identify, and solve, your key time management issues?
 

Time cannot be saved, the clock ticks relentlessly. However, we can use the time we have available to accomplish results that matter. The key is to develop systems that will help us achieve our high priority goals – work smarter not harder.

This course is designed to help you identify your key time management issues, develop strategies to minimise interruptions, say ‘no’ to Time Thieves and achieve your priorities.

You will benefit from this course if you want to make the best use of the time available, to do what needs to be done in a timely manner.

Prerequisites

Time logs covering 3 days will be sent with your joining instructions. These form a pivotal part of the course, and must be completed in advance so that you can immediately relate the learning to your work.

Skills

By the end of the course you will be able to:

•Define the 10 principles of time management
•Determine if you have right or left hand brain preference
•Identify your key time management issues
•Implement goal-setting techniques
•Identify time management strategies that suit you
•Establish your preferred working style
•Identify your areas of procrastination and how to address them
•Apply the Pareto Principle to your energy cycle
•Develop strategies for organising your life and work
•Recognise the basic principles of delegation

Course Content

•Personal objectives for the course.
•Review of pre-course time-logs
•Adair’s ten principles of time management
•Completion of personal time profiles
•Right brain/left brain
•Goal setting and SMARTER goals
•The LEADS process
•The four Ds of time management
•Setting priorities – defining urgency and importance
•Procrastination
•Developing an effective ‘to-do’ list
•Planning your time
•Determining your working style and time management
•The Pareto Principle
•Planning your day
•Delegation
•Tools, tips and resources for time management
•Completion of a personal action plan

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