Identify the barriers that get in the way of your work Understand the importance of planning and prioritising your workload Identify behaviours in yourself and others that cause time to be lost/encroached upon Identify ways to maximise your time to reduce stress and tips to improve productivity.
Suitable for: Anyone who would like to improve how they manage their time and workload.
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What you'll learn on the course
- Time management
- Diary Management
- Delegating Skills
- Goal Setting
- Time lines
- Understanding my own time blockers
Teachers and trainers (1)
Kay Buckby is a facilitator who likes people, hence why she loves the job she does! Kay is as comfortable speaking in front of 150 people as she is training, facilitating and one to one coaching. Her favourite subject areas are Communication, Interpersonal Skills and Networking Skills. She has worked as a PA to a Sales team and an Executive PA and has 20+ years experience to share with others. She is an Ambassador for Northamptonshire so keep her off the subject of the County of her ancestors as you won’t be able to shut her up!
Learn to keep on top of your workload. This course teaches effective time management skills which will greatly increase your work capacity. Applying the skills that you learn on this one-day course to your day-to-day life will help you prioritise your tasks and efficiently manage your time so that you thrive in a pressured environment. This time management course uses a psychometric test of personality which can explain why some delegates have problems in managing their workload. One attendee doubled his productivity using our method of prioritising. EVERYONE reports a minimum of 5% effectiveness from evaluation of this course. Topics include planning, prioritising, diary management dealing with interruptions and making meetings effective.
This is a highly participative workshop, using a psychometric test to highlight areas which may explain why delegates have problems with time. Delegates will find they are not alone in their problems and the group brainstorming sessions will produce ideas for implementation back at work.