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MAKING THE TIME TO MANAGE YOUR TIME

The

Overview:

Consider the following statistics:

 

  • Less than one in five people begins the day with a plan
  • The deluge of spam has skyrocketed to 10 billion e-mails a day
  • Only 37% of those who make a task list prioritize their tasks
  • Less than half of professionals feel satisfied with their work

 

Shorter deadlines, competing priorities, endless meetings, interruptions, and ever-higher expectations are just some of today’s time challenges. Setting priorities and managing time effectively is basic to individual and organizational performance. The pressure to find innovative ways to achieve goals, pay attention to the competition, respond quickly to customer needs, and enjoy life outside of work is even more intense in today’s less structured, information driven workplace. We all need strategies for solving our daily dilemma of too much to do and not enough time to do it.

 

Prior to attending this program, we’ll ask your attendees to complete an online survey to determine the group’s biggest time issues.  Then during the program, we’ll share tips and strategies to help your group overcome their biggest time issues.

 

You will learn how to regain up to an hour per day in productively-spent time–that translates to more than nine, 40-hour work weeks per year. You’ll think about creative ways to meet your goals and not being lured away from goal achievement by the crisis of the moment. This program can help to achieve improved, overall performance and productivity. Setting priorities and managing time effectively is basic to individual and organizational success.

The

Objectives:

During this program, we will cover how to:

 

  • Determine what currently works for you (what you keep doing) and specific things you can change to get more out of the 24 hours you’re given.
  • Focus on the most important things you need to do and learn how to spend more time there.
  • Track your time, to truly gain understanding about where your time goes.
  • Respond to opportunities with a plan/schedule.
  • Organize your paper and electronic information.
  • Increase your productivity by dealing effectively with interruptions and procrastination.
  • Get more done with less stress.
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