Strategic Time Management

Strategic Time Management

  • Country: United Arab Emirates

  • City: Abu Dhabi

START DATE: 18 Aug 2019

END DATE: 13 Aug 2019

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  • COURSE TYPE: HR

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Strategic Time Management

 

Introduction

This course introduces time management tools and techniques that allow participants to manage their time more effectively and feel more in control. The training enables participants to identify areas of their job where time could be better utilized and the actions necessary to alleviate problems identified.

 

The term Time Management is a misnomer. You cannot manage time; you manage the events in your life in relation to time. You may often wish for more time but you only get 24 hours, 1,440 minutes or 86,400 seconds each day. How you use that time depends on skills learned through self analysis, planning, evaluation, and self-control. Much like money, time is both valuable and limited: it must be protected, used wisely, and budgeted. People who practice good time management techniques often find that they:

Are more productive,

• Have more energy for things they need to accomplish,

• Feel less stressed, • Are able to do the things they want,

• Get more things done, • Relate more positively to others, and

 • Feel better about themselves (Dodd and Sondheim, 2005).

Finding a time management strategy that works best for you depends on your personality, ability to self motivate and level of self-discipline. By incorporating some, or all of the ten strategies below, you can more effectively manage your time.

Programme Objectives

By the end of the time management training course, the participants will have:

=        Identified their biggest ‘time stealers’ which reduce their productivity and established solutions to reduce or remove their negative impact

=        Discussed and practiced a range of recognized time management techniques such as effective delegation, assertively saying ‘no’ and negotiating alternative solutions

=        Acquired practical time management skills for scheduling, planning and prioritizing work