• Getting the most out of a 24-hour day is a constant challenge in our busy world: a bottomless inbox, tons of email, millions of meetings. Too much to do and not enough time to do it is a common problem many people face in the workplace. Although we can’t have more hours in the day, we can learn how to decide what to do and when to do it more effectively and productively.
  • Having completed this time management training course participants will be able to:
    • Identify their own particular time wasters and adopt strategies for eliminating them from their work pattern.
    • Recognize the variety of causes of procrastination and apply relevant techniques to overcome these.
    • Clarify and prioritize their objectives and goals.
    • Adopt appropriate strategies for dealing with interruptions.
    • Use practical techniques for organizing work.
    • Reduce time spent in meetings yet contribute more effectively.
    • Delegate work more effectively to staff


  • Briefing about 7 habits of effective people
    • Becoming private victory
    • Becoming public victory
    • Personal time inventory system
    • Avoiding the psychological time trap
    • Taking control of your life through the choices you make
  • Objectives and Goals:
    • Objectives – where do you want to be?
    • Personal and business goals
    • Prioritizing activities – urgency and importance
    • Pareto principle
  • Evaluate Current Usage Of Time:
    • Keeping a time log
    • Identifying your personal time wasters
    • Dealing with interruptions
  • Organizing Your Work:
    • Daily/weekly planning
    • Effective time management systems
    • Identifying the root causes of inaction
    • Beating the deadline-driven trap
    • Approaching your tasks positively
  • Managing Meetings:
    • Different meetings for different purposes
    • Structure and control
    • Learning to say no
  • Delegation (optional):
    • Leadership and time management
    • How to delegate effectively
    • Developing your staff
    • Different styles for different people
  • Continuous Improvement:
    • Developing and maintaining your time management habits
    • Recognizing opportunities for improvement


  • Blended facilitation method using interaction and practice with case studies and games demonstrating lessons.
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