Time is one of your most precious commodities, yet many people squander it or let everyone else determine their priorities except for themselves. Time Management techniques can help you to stop operating on the 'squeaky wheel principle' and become proactive in getting more achieved by focussing on getting the right things done.
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What you'll learn:
Evaluating your personal work habits
Planning your day
Building on your autonomy - controllable vs uncontrollable time
Chronobiology - capitalising on your Energy Levels
Using planning and scheduling tools effectively
The features of Microsoft Outlook - more than just tracking your meetings
How to prioritise - distinguishing urgency from importance
Applying the 80/20 rule to your workload
Dealing with deadlines
Strategies for overcoming procrastination
Applying Effective Leadership Principles
Communicating and clarifying the urgency of tasks
Avoiding double handling of tasks
Showing initiative and being pro-active
Negotiating interruptions politely and respectfully
Escalating responsibility upwards - when and when not to
How and when to say 'No' without damaging the relationship
Asking for help
Saving time on the phone
coping with crises
The importance of follow-up
Making your meetings work - face to face and virtually
Developing an action plan for future result
Who should attend:
This training is for anyone who has more things to do than they can get done, or who would like to feel more in control of their time.
3-hour interactive Zoom workshop – join details provided upon registration
Participants need access to PC/Laptop with speakers, microphone and webcam
Scott is a registered psychologist with a solid background as an educator. He has worked as a lecturer in psychology, behavioural science and research at the Universities of Sydney and Western Sydney. Lecturing for 6 years at both undergraduate and postgraduate levels, Scott specialised in the disciplines of health and social psychology. His expertise includes such areas as leadership, teams and group dynamics, communication and body language, persuasion techniques, stress, and workplace satisfaction.
Since 1999, his work in the corporate sector has spanned the spectrum from industrial psychologist to corporate trainer. In 2004 he became a certified Master Coach in Behavioural Coaching and continues to coach both individuals and teams at all levels within the companies with which he works.