When you’re under pressure and have a demanding workload, it can feel overwhelming. This course will help you to identify your real priorities and achieve better results through improved time-management
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Time-management problems often begin when people take on too much. Effective use of your time and scheduling your tasks requires a clear understanding of your role, your objectives and what is required of you.
This training session focuses on the following key areas:
· Key results areas – what are your real priorities?
· Goal setting and the 80-20 rule
· The ten most common time management mistakes
· The art of delegation
· Examining your time-wasters and time-stealers – and how to plan actions to reduce them
· How to handle interruptions and unexpected problems
· Practicing time-management tools and techniques
· Saying 'yes' to the person but 'no' to the task
· Using leverage
· Productivity versus pressure
· Efficiency versus effectiveness
Take control of your to-do list and learn how to get things done without feeling stressed. This course would be suitable for anyone who works in a professional environment who is looking to improve their time-management skills.
Time management problems often begin when people take on too much. Effective use of your time and scheduling your tasks requires a clear understanding of your role, your objectives and what is required of you. You will learn about:
Many people believe it’s quicker to do tasks themselves. This workshop explores how delegating will benefit you and your colleagues – and introduces you to the steps of effective delegation and making better use of your time.
Good time managers apply 'lean' methodology and prioritise what is urgent and important. They then save time through good planning and manage distractions.
Stress-related problems cost the UK economy over £7 billion, each year. This workshop shows you how to make the most of positive stress – and suggests ways of reducing negative stress. Mindful or mind full. Taking breaks makes you more productive by providing valuable downtime.