Personal Effectiveness - Time Management

Short course

In Portadown

Price on request

Description

  • Type

    Short course

  • Location

    Portadown (Northern Ireland)

  • Duration

    1 Day

Many Time Management approaches are task-driven and as a result we tend to over-schedule the day. We feel frustrated if we do not see time for important work tasks, a colleague, a family member, a friend, or indeed ourselves. This can lead to stress and under performance. The fact is we cannot manage time - but we can manage our activities in the time we have. 'Time Management', is.
Suitable for: Anyone who wants to optimize their performance, get things done and achieve their goals in a measured and composed manner. By The End of the Course Delegates Will Be Able To: Identify their roles and the important activities they should focus on Plan and schedule to reduce 'Fire-Fighting' and stress Identify tools and techniques to make better use of their time Prioritise tasks, delegate where necessary and set realistic goals Realise the importance of personal development

Facilities

Location

Start date

Portadown (County Armagh)
Beckinridge, 113 Thomas Street, BT62 3AH

Start date

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Course programme

Many Time Management approaches are task-driven and as a result we tend to over-schedule the day.
We feel frustrated if we do not see time for important work tasks, a colleague, a family member, a friend, or indeed ourselves. This can lead to stress and under performance.
The fact is we cannot manage time - but we can manage our activities in the time we have. 'Time Management', is really about 'Self Management'. What is required is an approach that supports professional and personal roles in a balanced way.
In this workshop, we will present a number of core concepts and practical techniques that you can use immediately to complement or replace your own current approach to Time Management.
Attendees will examine and clarify their own professional and personal roles and identify what activities they should focus on. During the workshops attendees will work on real planning, scheduling and actions that can be applied immediately after the course.
Who Should Attend?
Anyone who wants to optimize their performance, get things done
and achieve their goals in a measured and composed manner. By The End of the Course Delegates Will Be Able To:
  • Identify their roles and the important activities they should focus on
  • Plan and schedule to reduce 'Fire-Fighting' and stress
  • Identify tools and techniques to make better use of their time
  • Prioritise tasks, delegate where necessary and set realistic goals
  • Realise the importance of personal development


Course Content
Introduction - Identifying What Is Important
  • Principles of Time Management
  • Juran's "Truth"
  • The Urgent/Important Matrix (Covey Principles)
  • The Importance of Planning
  • Preventing 'Fire-Fighting' and stress
  • Identifying Roles and Responsibilities
Getting Things Done - Practical Personal Techniques
  • Scheduling & Completing Core Activities
  • Using Your Internal Clock
  • Prioritizing Tasks and Activities
  • Avoiding Procrastination
Getting Things Done - Working With Others
  • Effective Delegation
  • Handling Interruptions and Workflow
  • Making the Most of Meetings
Goal Setting & Personal Achievement
  • Value Based & Well Formed Goals
  • The Benefit of Personal Development/Investment
  • Challenging Limiting Beliefs
  • Using Your Zone of Influence

Personal Effectiveness - Time Management

Price on request