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Time Management Course

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Course Overview
Time Management Training

(FOR EMPLOYEES)

In today's fast-paced work environment, effective Time Management is a critical skill for all employees, not just Managers.

 

This Time Management Mastery Coaching Programme is designed to empower non-Managerial Staff to take control of their workday, boost productivity, and achieve a better work-life balance.

 

Participants will learn Practical Strategies and Techniques to optimise their time, reduce stress, and enhance their overall job performance.

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Key Topics

Foundational Understanding

  • Understanding the Importance of Time Management: Highlighting how effective time management contributes to personal and team productivity, as well as job satisfaction.

  • Embracing the Bigger Picture: Cultivating a mindset that values understanding the broader context and business objectives behind assigned tasks, enabling alignment with organisational goals.

Time Assessment and Prioritisation

Time Assessment:

  • Understanding how time is currently spent and identifying areas for improvement.

Goal Setting:

  • Setting clear and achievable goals to prioritise tasks effectively.

Task Prioritisation:

  • Learning techniques for prioritising tasks based on importance and urgency.

Strategic Planning and Checkpoints:

  • Assistance in creating dynamic plans on a daily, weekly, and monthly basis to enhance organisation and adherence to schedules while honing the skill of accurately estimating task completion times.

 

Efficiency and Resource Utilisation

  • Leveraging Annual Overviews for Effective Time Management: Aligning time management with the monthly, quarterly, and annual business landscape and recurring projects/ events.

  • Batching and Time Blocking: Introducing techniques such as batching similar tasks together or time blocking specific periods for focused work.

  • Eliminating Time Wasters: Identifying common time-wasting habits and how to overcome them.

  • Technology and Tools that can work for you: Utilising productivity apps and tools to streamline work processes.

  • Cognitive Biases and Decision Making: Understanding common cognitive biases that affect time management decisions (such as the planning fallacy or the urgency effect ) and learning to recognise and mitigate them.

 

Execution and Delegation

  • Efficient Delegation: Guidance on the timing and methods for entrusting tasks to colleagues or seeking support.

  • Boundary Setting and Saying No: Techniques for setting boundaries and effectively declining non-essential tasks or requests.

 

Time Management and Personal Discipline

  • Overcoming Procrastination: Addressing the causes and consequences of procrastination, offering strategies to maintain productivity.

  • Resilience and Adaptability: Training on how to stay resilient and adaptable in the face of unexpected challenges or changes in workload or schedule.

 

Well-being and Stress Management

  • Stress Management: Providing techniques for managing stress and strategically allocating energy towards tasks for maximised productivity and performance.

  • Motivation and Focus in Time Management: Highlighting intrinsic motivation's role in sustaining productivity, understanding both intrinsic and extrinsic motivation for oneself and colleagues.

  • Mindfulness and Time Awareness: Incorporating mindfulness practices and increasing awareness of time usage in the present moment to make more intentional choices.

 

Communication and Collaboration

  • Clarifying Roles and Responsibilities for Strategic Focus: Stresses understanding individual roles and their contribution to broader organisational objectives.

  • Communication Skills: Enhancing communication skills to minimise disruptions and clarify expectations.

  • Proactive Communication and Confidence Building: Encouraging proactive communication of concerns and lack of confidence in task responsibilities, facilitating timely guidance and support from managers.

  • Seeking Intermediate Feedback: Cultivating a culture of seeking feedback during project progress, enabling timely adjustments and improvements.

 

Continuous Improvement and Ownership

  • Ownership and Continuous Improvement: Instilling a sense of ownership over tasks and responsibilities, fostering continuous improvement, learning, and growth for the success of the team and organisation.

  • Feedback and Reflection: Providing opportunities for regular feedback and reflection on time management practices to support continuous improvement and reinforcement of learned skills.

  • External Resource Management: Additional emphasis on managing external resources such as suppliers, contractors, or freelancers, especially for roles involving coordination with external parties.

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Benefits

This comprehensive training programme addresses various facets of time management, equipping non-managerial staff with essential skills and strategies to bolster productivity, efficiency, and overall effectiveness in their respective roles.

The duration of the programme is tailored to accommodate participants' specific needs, ranging from a few weeks to several months. Our follow-up sessions are concise and frequent, ensuring that the acquired skills become deeply ingrained in daily routines.

Contact us to explore how this personalised Time Management Coaching Programme can benefit not only the participants but also their colleagues and stakeholders directly and indirectly affected by their enhanced work efficiency, including clients, suppliers, as well as their manager.

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