Good time management is the process of organizing and planning how to divide your time between different activities. Get it right, and you'll end up working smarter, not harder, to get more done in less time – even when time is tight and pressures are high.
Do you battle to keep up-to-date with your ever-increasing workload? Do you find it difficult to meet your deadlines? Are you stuck in a never ending round of meetings - leaving little or no time to complete reports - or even make it to the next meeting on time?
Share in the secrets of Personal Efficiency You'll be shown simple and invaluable procedures and tools that will leave you armed with a methodology that will empower you with the confidence to manage your schedule easily and effortlessly.
There is a lot more that goes into Personal Efficiency training than just time management. Personal Efficiency means having a system in place to handle whatever life throws at you, being able to balance your work and your personal life, and being able to achieve your personal best. More than just a to-do list or a new calendar app, personal development training requires long-term commitment to really reap the rewards. While it's a huge undertaking, it's also one where the results are completely worth it!
Learn how to get over the myth of multitasking, explore how long-term goals affect short-term efficiency, study Pareto's 80/20 Rule and learn how it should affect planning, and more!
In addition to learning how to boot yourself into gear, learn the best way to organize your office and how routines can simplify life
There's not only one way to start working at your best, and everyone's personal development will take a slightly different route, we provide all of the most effective techniques to help make your personal productivity plan perfect.
How You Will Benefit:
Identify what personal efficiency is, including useful skill sets and attitudes
Explore what role long-term goals play in short-term efficiency and set a personal vision, dreams, and goals
Study the 80/20 rule and the Eisenhower principle
Develop a plan for an efficient workspace, including a customized information center and a filing system
Learn about a system that will allow you to process any type of information that crosses your desk
Explore why you procrastinate and develop methods for tackling tasks
Develop ideas and tools to make your household more productive and efficient
What We Cover:
Understanding personal efficiency
Developing the right attitude
Laying the foundation
The building blocks of a good organizational system (including the 80/20 rule)
Creating the right environment
Setting up your info management center
Managing information in six easy steps
Prioritizing your tasks with the Eisenhower principle
Stopping procrastination now (not later!)
Applying our lessons at home
Identify what time and priority management is
Apply time management principles
Set realistic goals for tasks and activities
Draw up a plan to organize tasks and activities
Manage priorities by setting personal and work goals
Increase work effectiveness and productivity by prioritising
Enjoy a more balanced lifestyle through minimising time wasters
Become more assertive and delegating tasks
Feel more in control of daily activities
Reduce the stress which results from a lack of effective time planning
Manage yourself to get things done on time
Be assertive with colleagues and managers and learn how to say ‘no’
Gain sufficient time to complete most important tasks
Learn how to prioritise and schedule tasks
Deal with interruptions and make effective decisions which affect time positively.
Time Management is essentially the ability to organize and plan the amount of time spent on activities in a day. The result of good time management is increased effectiveness and productivity. It is a key aspect of project management and involves skills such as planning, setting goals and prioritizing for a better performance
Planning plays a pivotal role in effective time management. An individual needs to plan their day well in advance to make the best possible use of time. There is no point in working just for the sake of doing work. Planning gives you a sense of direction and motivates you to complete assignments on time.
Plan how you want to move forward. It is important to set a goal and objective for yourself and work hard towards achieving the same.
Planning helps you to know what needs to be done urgently and what can be done a little later. To plan things better.