By the end of the course, delegates will have:
- Identified the characteristics of the effective time manager.
- Examined the impact of their personal style on the way they manage their time and identified ways if addressing and problems this may cause.
- Examined the ways in which they currently use their time and identified opportunities to use time more effectively.
- Identified their personal ‘time stealers’ and planned to deal with them.
- Demonstrated their understanding of priority setting
- Planned to delegate one of their accountabilities to a subordinate and completed an appropriate exceptions report.
- Discussed the basic principles of planning and project management.
- Established personal and work goals and planned to meet them.
Introduction to Time Management
The impact of effective time management
Characteristics of the effective time manager
Personal Style and Its Influence
Drivers and work behaviour
Assessing work attitude
Personal time usage
Spending the right time doing the right things
Dealing with reactive demands
Managing your Diary
The concept of key time
Making time to think
Principles of delegation
Writing a delegation plan
The principles of planning
Scheduling longer term projects
Establishing personal and work goals
Personal action plans
Course Duration: One Day