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SOFT SKILLS

Self & Time Management
Course Duration date

Location Course fee
3 day 2013-03-01-2013-03-04 Dubai CALL$

Course Description

The most valuable resource available to managers and staff is 'Time'. It is a common complaint that: "there are not enough hours in the day", yet very often we end up devoting the majority of available time to low priority work. The potential to achieve more in your job and career is partly dependent upon how well your time is managed. This is a highly participative Program in which delegates will be given a series of individual exercises and guidance in improving their use of time.

 

Course Objective

* To enable delegates to clearly identify work-related and personal time wasters, and generate ways to overcome them

* To enable delegates to understand their key priorities and goals in life and work

* To introduce delegates to practical tools to use at work and ensure they make time to focus on priority tasks

* To assist delegates to develop a more proactive approach at work

* To learn the important rules of Time Management

What You Will Gain

* The ability to gain a substantial increase in performance (Research shows that most people can save up to 25% of their time, when shown how to do it!)

* A greater awareness of the importance of time in achieving business targets

* A clear understanding of your personal and work-related time wasters

* An awareness of the importance of prioritizing in your day-to-day work

* Each delegate will take away an action plan, to improve their Time Management and personal effectiveness, which they can put into effect immediately after the course

 

Who Should attend?

Managers, supervisors, salespeople, customer service staff, etc., - and anybody who feels there are not enough hours in the day to complete their workload!

 

Course Outline

* What Is 'Time Management'?

* Benefits Of Managing Your Time Well

* Poor Time Management Styles

* Goal Setting

* Developing Your Goals & Objectives

* Identifying Time Wasters

* Choosing The Right Time

* Planning & prioritizing

* Diaries & Schedules

* 'To-Do' Lists

* Utilizing Priorities

* Coping With Deadlines

* Time Management Assessment

* Personal Review

* Time Logs

* Setting Limits

* Handling E-mails