Productivity and Time Management (In-house Course)
This high-energy, one day training program explains the fundamentals of time management: understanding the value of time, using proven ways to get the most out of a day, balancing work and home, eliminating time wasters, conquering procrastination, and more.
At this program’s conclusion, participants should be able to:
– List barriers to successful time management.
– Understand and demonstrate the use of to-do lists and the ABC prioritization technique.
– Write SMART goals and explain their benefit.
– Demonstrate how to say “no.”
– Delegate tasks and assignments.
– Proven Time Tools That Work
– Eliminating Time Wasters for Good
– Tips and tools to handle procrastination
– Prioritizing your tasks and To – Do list
– Work – Life balance: Managing your home life better
– Develop an action plan for better use of time.
– Begin implementing goals created during the session.
This productivity and time management course will:
• Help participants identify the factors that prevent them from effectively managing their time.
• Introduce techniques for determining what is important and what is not and tools for
keeping track of tasks.
• Provide language for saying “no” and effectively delegating tasks to others.
• Prepare participants to run efficient and effective meetings.
Who should attend?
This training is suitable for all top and middle level management staff within your organisation.
Class Size Requirement
There is a minimum requirement of five (5) persons per class for our in-house courses.
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Abioye is a Business Consultant & a Trainer with core competence in new business development and workplace learning. He had previously served at the Small and Medium Enterprises Development Agency of Nigeria (SMEDAN) as a Training Administrator (2008-2010); and he was one of the founding staff of Learning Impact Model Limited where he served as the Head of the Business Development Unit (2010 – 2012) Read More…