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Managers and staff are increasingly under pressure to do more in less time. This workshop seeks to break down the ‘I haven’t got time’ belief by showing participants the common causes of our inability to manage our time and providing tried and tested tools for managing our personal space, time and productivity. It also shows what to do when there really is not enough time to do all that is asked or expected of us (by ourselves or by others).

Understand our own relationship with time –  the concepts we unwittingly use and the beliefs they shape – is the starting point for for this innovative and informative day. Delegates typically find that they not only can be better at managing their time, they can also reduce stress and improve their sesne of wellbeing by introducing some simple habits and practices that help them think more clearly and function better at work and at home.

Content

  • Time on our side
  • Time really is a personal affair
  • Was Einstein right?
  • Personal workloads and objectives
  • Prioritising versus panicking
  • Habits that balance wellbeing and productivity
  • Working time vs. thinking time
  • When the working day is not long enough
  • How to plan for satisfaction at work
  • What to do with the extra time you could have
  • Time and self management
  • The common ‘time-wasting’ pitfalls
  • Work hard or hard work?
  • Smarter working, self and others
  • How to get an immediate 10% improvement
  • Tools tips and techniques
  • Break it down and start at the beginning
  • Measuring your outcomes
  • Making time work for you
  • Understanding the rhythms of your day
  • Goals objectives and summaries
  • Self management strategies
  • Planning and monitoring personal progress.

Objectives

Understand how you are currently using time
Establish some time management goals
Keeping track of tasks and work in hand
Assess your real capabilities
Learn how to improve your productivity
Feel better and be more productive in your work
Improve work-life balance and reduce stress.

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