As an organization leader, you face constant time pressures in running your organization and maintaining the essential connections to your personal life. It probably seems that it is next to impossible to get everything done.
Do You Or Your Managers Suffer From These Following Challenges
- Too little time
- Attempted multitasking
- Not enough rest
- Weak Delegation Skills
- Lack of organization
Do you feel like there is never enough time in a day?
Does it seem like your project team members are sprinting through their to-do lists while you struggle to get yours off the ground?
It’s almost like you have less time than everyone else.
However, it’s far more likely you’re a victim of poor time management. Fortunately, it’s a relatively easy problem to solve — all you need is some effective time management techniques!
What are poor time management indicators?
Are you constantly running late, rushing, missing deadlines, and procreating important tasks or actions? If so, you can also forget about reaching any of the goals you set as well — whether they're SMART or not.
Do you frequently feel like it is next to impossible to get everything done?
Well, guess what? It is!
That is a fact of life, and you can't change it. You cannot possibly get everything done. If you attempted to "get everything done," the effort would exact a far too heavy toll. It would lead to exhaustion, lower energy levels, and an even greater chance of burnout.
On the other hand, Results-Driven Managers understand what really needs to be done.
Results-Driven Managers operate with less stress and a clearer mind at work. They are more focused and do a better job on the most important because they know how to overcome the most common time management obstacles.
They understand that Time Management is not Task Management!
That is a fact of life, and you can't change it. You cannot possibly get everything done. If you attempted to "get everything done," the effort would exact a far too heavy toll. It would lead to exhaustion, lower and lower energy levels, and an even greater chance of burnout.
On the other hand, Results-Driven Managers get what really needs to be done.
In this course, we will share with you the knowledge, skills, and tools, along with proven best practices, to gain control of your time and stay in control.
The benefits of time management include greater clarity, greater capability, and greater confidence. You become more focused and productive when you are clear on the best use of your time. Good time management helps you achieve bigger goals, reduces procrastination, and increases productivity.
You will Learn
The Most Common Time Management Mistakes and How to Avoid Them
The Valuable Tool Eisenhower Quadrant and How To Use It
The Value of a To-Do and a To-Don't List
Figure out how you're currently spending your time
How to Create a Daily Schedule—and stick with it
Tools to Prioritize Wisely Using the Eisenhower Quadrant
Why and How to AVOID the Urge to Multitask
How to Build in Buffers for the Unexpected
Learn To Say No!
At the end of the day, no “pro-tip” or calendar tool will magically make your time management woes disappear if you don’t have a foundation of good time management skills.
The course provides participants with time-tested vital behaviors delivered by a former executive who has been there and lived the life of a front-line leader who lead and managed a $2 Billion Dollar Business. When you learn and maintain good time management skills, you’ll find freedom from deadline pressure and from stress in general. You’ll be more productive, procrastinate less, and have more time to relax, which helps further decrease stress and anxiety.
What You Will Get In This Course
- Executive Instructor led video training
- Master Solutions For Effective Time Management
- A fully documented course PDF
- Time Management Exercises
- The Eisenhower Box
- A Personal Development Plan for establishing a plan To implement your key takeaways
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