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Time Management 

 

Time management is the process of planning and exercising conscious control over the amount of time spent on specific activities - especially to increase effectiveness, efficiency or productivity.

Easier said than done.  Time Management is unique to different professions as well as environments.  Some of the root causes could be personal, some could be environmental, some could be related to poor work processes or poor systems, some could be caused by other people.

What are time management skills and why are they important to employers? Time management means working efficiently, and employers in every industry look for staff who can make optimal use of the time available to them on the job.  Equally important is time management and its impact to stakeholders and to bosses when work is promised.

Time management may be aided by a range of skills, tools, and techniques used to manage time when accomplishing specific tasks, projects, and goals complying with a due date.  Time management also may be aided through an intentional analysis of what is holding the individual back and applying the right interventions.  This program seeks to help participants become more productive, effective and efficient in their work through analysis, brainstorming and the application of the right tools. 

 

Course Objectives:  

  • Understand the Psychology of Time Management

  • Learn best practices of time management

  • Use priority-setting methods to manage tasks 

  • Understand what is causing your poor time management situation

  • Master how to overcome procrastination and lateness

  • Improve time management in meetings

  • Learn how to manage external interruptions

Course Duration:                     

One day training program.

Certification:                                   

Nikao Consulting internal certification of course attendance

Target Group:                                 

Executives, Senior executive, Junior Managers and Non-Executives

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