Effective Time, Task & Self Management
If getting more done in less time with less stress is what you and your staff are looking for, then this powerful half-day professional development
programme is for you.
The take-home value for participants includes:
- Effective use of a diary or time planning system.
With a plethora of manual & computer based products on the market, what are the questions to ask when choosing the system that’s right for you?
- The importance of personal and organizational goals.
Finding out why the how is of little relevance if the where and the why have not been clearly defined.
- Formulating a daily ‘do-list’ and prioritizing tasks.
Confucius say ‘short pencil better than long memory’. Getting desired actions recorded is a vital step in the efficiency process.
- Setting up efficient work areas.
A simple change in the location of your desk can help you find additional hours in every day.
- The three D’s of handling paper-flow.
Computers were meant to reduce paper flow. It seems no-one told the computers.
- Effective intra-office communication.
As business teams grow arithmetically, relationships grow exponentially. Efficient internal communication systems are essential to managing the growth.
- Dealing with interruptions.
Unexpected visitors and phone-calls can rob your time and ruin your day. Taking back control is vital to retaining your sanity.
- Running productive and time efficient meetings.
Meetings can be one of the most productive uses of your time. Unfortunately, without discipline, they can also be the least productive.
- The art of delegation – empowering others.
‘Nobody can do everything, that’s why we have others’
. Mastery of delegation is what creates time for the other eleven areas of your life.
- The telephone – blessing or curse?
We would be lost would out them, but we need to be in control. Implementing some simple well proven strategies can achieve this end.
- Managing email traffic.
Most businesses are in email and information overload. Managing the overwhelm is essential to maximising personal and organisational productivity and
- Dealing with emergencies – putting out fires.
Life without the unexpected would be pretty colourless and boring, however creating order out of the chaos is what generates opportunity.
- Learning to say NO!
At the end of the day, who do you want to be in control? ‘Tail wagging dog’ has never been a particularly successful growth strategy.
Maximising the 168 hours we are given each week is fundamental to both personal and business success. This hands-on practical half-day workshop will
provide you and your team with the necessary skills and strategies to achieve more out of every day.