***Time Management Techniques***
If you or your colleagues or members of staff want to make effective use of your professional, social and personal time, by providing a practical way of structuring the day, spending more time on what is important and feeling more in control of time, then this practical one-day course is ideal. It is aimed at delegates with responsible roles, at all level, and all functions that have some discretionary use of their time. It is equally suited to those who work for non-profit and for-profit, small to large, multi-national organisations. Benefits can be seen immediately through increased productivity, fewer delays and enhanced timely achievement of goals. More time will be spent on important value-adding tasks at the expense of the time-consuming unimportant ones.
When and where?
LONDON – 25 March 2015 at the Highgate Road Chapel, Chetwynd Road, London NW5 1BU. The venue is a 10 minute walk, up Highgate Road, after turning right out of Kentish Town tube, on the Northern line, or, overland to Gospel Oak, a 5 minute walk up Gordon House Road, after turning left out of the station.
We start at 10am (with free refreshments from 9.45am) and finish by 4pm.
Just £119 per person if you pay by card when you book. Or from £139 if you pay later. You can also add these optional extras: lunch for £12.99, training course materials and website membership for £6.99 and a certificate of completion for £4.99. (Please note that all prices quoted exclude VAT).
Booking is easy, safe and secure…
Phone 01584 890970
We can also tailor this or any of our workshops to fit your exact organisational needs and deliver the training in-house on your premises. We’ve done it this way already for more than 1,000 clients who find we’re great value with a full day from just £999. Why spend more than you need to sending delegates to external courses when the course can come to you?
Through group and individual exercises, case study, mind-mapping, debate and the use of templates and other useful learning materials, the following objectives should be achieved by the end of the course:
• Clarifying and achieving realistic expectations, through effective planning, monitoring,diary and personal time management.
• Planning and prioritising daily tasks.
• Coping with the ‘expected unexpected’ and spending more time on the important value-adding tasks.
• Developing time-saving techniques and limiting time-wasting activities.
• Planning and protecting quality time for quality tasks by managing interruptions.
• Learning how to say no acceptably and assertively and not to continually say ‘sorry’ for doing so.
• Developing a personal time management toolkit that combines the benefits of both technology and paper.
• Understanding how personal preferences for behaviour have an impact on time management.
• Appreciating the importance of goal setting and planning, and how to use SMART objectives in time management.
• Adopting time-management principles, tools and techniques to improve personal time management; action planning, diary management, a flexible daily frame, daily and monthly planning, prioritising your workload using the urgent/important matrix.
• Understanding your prime time, managing interruptions and mastering procrastination.
• Developing time-saving techniques - mind mapping, information recall and streamlining group / team activities.
• Identifying ways in which to make behavioural changes.
• Implementing strategies for managing pressure and coping with stress
If you'd like to know more about this, or any of our other training courses, go to www.crosshandstraining.org.uk or to arrange a no obligation call back click here.