You have 168 of these a week — NO MORE! What? Hours. To gain control of time, we need to understand three areas, how we manage: (1) ourselves, (2) the work environment, and (3) our relationships. In each of these areas we make conscious decisions to spend our time and energy. Through participation and discovery, participants will learn to set achievable goals, plan & prioritize schedules, control interruptions, set boundaries, and manage stresses.
Upon completion of the course, participants will:
- Make a personal commitment to time management practices.
- Analyze personal strengths and gaps with time management.
- Determine improvements in personal and workspace organization.
- Take the responsibility of making improvements in time with associated work tasks.
- Set goals to learn appropriate methods.
- Identify how time is being derailed by assessing priorities.
- Manage stress levels and project deadlines through appropriate delegation.