Good time management lies at the heart not only of personal effectiveness but also of organisational success. Everybody needs to make the best of their own time and talent and those of the people around them if they, the team and organisation are to achieve their objectives and business goals. If you can’t mange time, you can’t manage anything.
This intensive and comprehensive programme provides participants with the opportunity to explore the fundamental principles of time management, take stock of their current working practices and determine action to enhance personal, team and organisational effectiveness.
Emphasis is placed not only on managing one’s own time but also on helping other people to manage theirs. The programme also focuses on the skill sets of personal effectiveness – such as communication, effective business writing skills, efficient reading, managing information overload and proactive self-development.
To help participants manage time better (their own and other people’s)
To provide an opportunity for participants to explore the skills and principles of time-management and exchange ideas, tips and techniques
To provide an opportunity for participants to take stock of their current working practices and decide on an action-based strategy to ‘work smarter’
To encourage participants to be proactive in their continuous professional development and to provide them with a range of tools to support their learning
Dimensions of Time Management & Personal Effectiveness
Programme introduction and objectives
Action planning and enhancing personal and team effectiveness
Making the most of office technology
Time-stealers and costs of poor time management
Priority setting – rational and emotional approaches
Ten principles of effective time management
Handling and making requests
Behavioural analysis and time management
Personal Planning Systems/ Interruptions/Project Planning/Stress
How the brain works and creative thinking techniques
Developing a culture of continuous improvement
Implementing change initiatives
Influencing skills – making a case and managing the ‘politics’
Continuing professional development – a proactive approach
Programme review and action plans
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