Time management is more than just managing our time; it is about managing ourselves in relation to time. It is about setting priorities and taking charge. It means changing habits or activities that cause us to waste time. It means being willing to experiment with different methods and ideas to find the best way to make maximum use of time.
The skills and insights needed to create a more results-oriented approach are:
Times have changed and so should our habits. Understanding the new 'normal' of managing time, how our personality preferences affect our relationship to time, and how to get a better handle on our habits is reviewed. We will look at:
Change in workplace habits has created a need to change the way we do things. We will explore the impact of change on work patterns and how this change affects our productivity. Through an experiential activity on Old Way/ New Way, we see what's in our way of changing. We will cover the following:
Research has consistently demonstrated that when clear goals are associated with time management, mastering time occurs more easily and rapidly. Through various activities, we will cover:
Individuals who manage time effectively improve their ability to focus on their tasks, leading to better quality and increased productivity in their work. They are more relaxed because they feel much more in control of their work activities. Because they are focusing on their priorities, people experience greater satisfaction in their jobs because they become better achievers.
This full-day program is for people from all levels of the organization who want to increase their productivity through more effective time management insights and habits.
Here is a link to an article on time management and its relationship to personality type.