Effective Time Management (ETM)

Two full days. Recommended 10-16 delegates. Offered in-house only.

This 2 day programme is aimed at improving effectiveness and productivity. Time Management is self-management. This programme focuses on attitude, analysis, planning and habits.

Time is a unique resource. Each of us has the same amount of time each day, yet few of us seem to have enough. The challenge is to achieve more in less time.

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Target group: All staff.

Methodology: Our facilitators use lecture, interaction, visual presentations, international best practice videos, role-play, and case studies. A certificate of attendance is awarded upon completion of the programme. and assessment against National unit standards can be arranged separately.

Course content

  • Time… Definition and interpretation. How to use it and not abuse it.
  • Identifying time wasters. Understanding individual strengths and weaknesses regarding time management.
  • Understanding the importance of habits and action planning
  • Planning, goal setting, and scheduling.
  • The Priority matrix – focusing on high-leverage activities that will increase return on investment
  • The impact of attitude and goals on setting priorities
  • Handling interruptions, correspondence, telephones, paper flow and visitors
  • Delegation
  • How to improve meetings
  • Conquer procrastination
  • Identify and reduce stress – maintaining balance

Time management is the key to improved productivity, with less stress, and more leisure time.  This programme will show you how to achieve this (Duration 2 days).

Module 1: Analysing, Setting goals, Planning &  Scheduling and Prioritising

1. Analysing

  • Personal Time Management
  • Attitude

2. Setting goals

  • How do we set goals?

3. Planning & Scheduling

  • Planning
  • Scheduling

4. Prioritising

  • Time Management Matrix

Module 2: Desk organisations, effective use of the telephone, handling interruptions and delegation

  1. Personal organisation
  2. Desk Organisation
  3. Effective use of the telephone
  4. Handling interruptions
  5. Delegation
  • ƒ The Delegation Matrix
  • ƒ Guidelines of delegation

Module 3: Meetings, Procrastination and Self-Management

1. Meetings

  • Factors to consider before having a meeting
  • The role of the chairman

2. Procrastination
3. Effective Self-manager

Module 4: Stress management 

1. What is stress?

2. Skills for managing stress

  • Awareness
  • Coping
  • Action
  • Acceptance

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