- Many people use organizational systems, but few are organized.
- 80% of "Crisis Management" events are preventable.
- 1 hour of planning will save 10 hours of doing.
- 20% of the average workday is spent on crucial and important things.
- 80% of the average workday is spent on things that have little or no value.
- Many employees lack efficiency due to handling one task multiple times.
- True time management should free up time for home, family, friends and self.
Learn the fundamentals of time management, delegation, prioritizing and handling multiple tasks. Improve work efficiency and personal effectiveness. Plan ahead and avoid crisis situations. Utilize your power hours and avoid time wasters. Manage your schedule and eliminate procrastination. Pick up tips on file maintenance that will ensure ease of use and smooth transitions to co-workers after you move on to the next level.
In this two-hour Time Management course we will discuss:
- Taking time out to get organized.
- The importance of prioritizing your schedule and tasks.
- Time Management Tool – The priority grid (urgent/important, important/not urgent, urgent/not important, not urgent/not important).
- Increasing job effectiveness by focusing on work efficiency.
- Proper utilization of your time (doing the important things first).
- The art of delegation.
- Time wasters.
- Time Management Group Exercise – Organizational Systems (What are they and what is the best type to use?).
- Managing your time by goal-setting.
- Freeing up time for home, family, friends and self.
Participants will benefit from:
- Using the Priority Grid to work more efficiently and reduce stress.
- Getting more out of the workday and your personal life by focusing on the things that count.
- Freeing up more time for home, family, friends and self (the people that count).