Time is money, the adage goes, and lots of it gets lost in disorganization and indecision. Get a grip on your office space, organize your work flow, learn how to use your planner, say no without guilt, and delegate some of your work to other people.
Put harder, faster, longer behind you
What You Will Cover
This one-day workshop helps you organize and prioritize for greater workplace efficiency. The workshop is full of ideas for getting paper projects under control and getting you working on the right things. Get out of your mental rut. Think new thoughts about the time you have. Discover new ways of doing things, and feel more in control of your life.
Do you have the desire to change
In order for you to succeed in managing your time better you need to be willing to change things. The Managing Your Time course will help you to decide whether you're willing to change or not and help you get to where you need to be in order to embrace positive change.
Are you left or right brain? Lark or owl?
The Managing Your Time course will help you to determine whether you use the left side or right side of your brain more and whether you are a lark or an owl and how knowing your personality and thinking patterns can help you to manage your time better.
How to set goals and targets
An important part of having good time management is being able to organize your time well. The Managing Your Time course will help you to set goals and targets so that you can stay organized and get your projects done on time.
How to use planning aids
Often times we get so caught up in the overwhelming about of things we need to do that we spend too dwelling on how much there is to do and stressing about how unorganized things are. The Managing Your Time course will give you tips on how to use planning aids to help you stay on task and get everything done well and on time.
How to organize your work area and paper flow
One of the biggest causes of bad time management is distractions. One of the worst distractions is having an unorganized work area. The Managing Your Time course will give you some excellent tips on how to keep your work area and paper flow organized so that you aren't distracted when you have deadlines to meet.
How to manage emails
In our world of technology, email has become the most popular form of communication. Unfortunately, this causes some problems. Often times, our inboxes get so full that we get overwhelmed and ignore them in hopes that they'll go away. Unfortunately, this won't happen. The Managing Your Time course will give you some important tips on how to better manage your emails so that you don't get overwhelmed.
How to manage projects
When it comes to project management, time plays an important part. The Managing Your Time course will give you tips on how to organize your tasks so that your project gets done well and on time.
How to hold meetings
Meetings are a fact of our everyday lives, whether in businesses, organizations, and/or clubs. We all have busy lives and, a lot of the time, have better things to do than sit around in a meeting all day. Especially an unorganized one. The Managing Your Time course will give you important tips on how to hold quick and productive meetings.
How to delegate
Delegating is a great way to ensure that tasks get done on time, if done correctly. The Managing Your Time course will give you the tools you need to be great at delegating so that you can make sure that your project is completed on time, with the help of others.
How to say NO
One of the reasons we tend to get overwhelmed with the things we need to do is because we don't know how to say no. The Managing Your Time course will help you learn how to say no when you know you don't have the time to take on more projects.
How to deal with interruptions
A lot of our daily responsibilities require us to deal with interruptions and unanticipated events. These are not the problem. It is the unwanted, unnecessary interruptions that keep us from focusing on what really needs to get done. The Managing Your Time course will give you tips on how to deal with interruptions so that they don't keep you from handing things in on time.