Time Management

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Time management

Time Management

We are all busy. Organisations are using fewer people to do more work than before. Tight deadlines, last-minute changes, rapid schedules, modern communications and the pace of business today all add to the pressure. More than ever we need to be effective in planning our workload and managing our time. If you find yourself constantly working extra hours just to keep up then you need Time Management training.

This course will help you assess your present situation, in terms of work and personal life – focusing on concepts essential to effective time management. This course will enhance the way you manage yourself effectively within your own time constraints, how to be better organize and prioritize your work/life tasks, as well as the people you manage. These skills will develop a more efficient and motivated individual, enabling increased outputs and productivity in any business area.

By leveraging time and change to your advantage, you will achieve maximizing the amount of work accomplished in the shortest amount of time, yet at the same time effective in what activity is performed and how it is managed.

Being more effective and efficient at work increases your confidence and motivation to greater levels of success.  This Leadpoint training course will give you the opportunity to step back and get clear about what you want to achieve in the long and short term.  It will then help you assess your present effectiveness and map out a plan to reach your professional and personal goals.  This training course will focus on concepts essential to effective time, task management and work planning, enabling you to manage yourself effectively within your own time constraints, be better organized and prioritize your work/life tasks, as well as the people you manage.


Course Outcome (Time Management skills)

  • Utilise time and personal management techniques to achieve a better balance between work and home life
  • Understand the importance of defining priorities, and how to apply different approaches to the Prioritisation Grid that make your time much more productive.
  • Self-inflicted or Imposed by others. Discuss and evaluate the interventions that can sidetrack and derail us throughout the day. Awareness can greatly affect the outcome.
  • To develop the skills for incorporating individual strengths into a team dynamic with achievement can be a powerful tool to maximise time efficiency
  • Understand the importance of systematic setting of SMART goals and achievement through completion.
  • Learn how to organise your workspace, control the effect of emails and managing your work processes through batching.

Course Objective

  • Manage your time by implementing a framework to achieve goals
  • Make decisions about what you do and when
  • Apply a structured whole-brain process to shape your current and future commitments
  • Proactively schedule tasks, construct weekly plans, and create to-do lists
  • Adopt strategies and techniques to handle procrastination and interruptions
  • Streamlining your office, your work flow and work habits for maximum efficiency
  • Big picture thinking, short and long term planning, prioritizing and scheduling your work
  • Working with others to achieve results through teamwork, effective delegation and running productive meetings
  • Overcoming common time management mistakes and obstacles
  • Mastering yourself and your life through work/life balance, self-awareness and self-discipline

What is the target audience?

  • Work in a busy, fast-moving environment
  • Have trouble meeting schedules and deadlines
  • Regularly work extra hours just to keep up
  • Find it difficult to manage the demands and expectations of others



The Course Explained
Identifying your Audience
18 questions

Time Stealers

Habits of Highly Effective Communicators
Different kinds of communication
Features of communication.

Planning Your Work

Guidelines and Tools for Efficient Planning
The Difference Between Planning and Scheduling
Keeping yourself motivated to achieve tasks
Understanding Rituals

The Four D\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\'s

Dump, Delay, Delegate and Do
Using Dump, Delay, Delegate and Do

How to Delegate Effectively

What is Delegation?
The Five Levels of Delegation
Five Steps to Delegation

Setting SMART Goals for Yourself

Why You Need to Set Goals NOW
Knowing What You Want to Accomplish


Productive Work

Busy vs. Productive
Indecision & Delay
Faq Content 1
Faq Content 2

Time Management Hacks

— 16 February 2020

Setting Goals

Goal setting is critical to effective time management. It’s also an important life skill that many people never learn. It can be used in every area of life, and it’s the first step in using your time in the way you want to use it.

Prioritising your time

This is the lynchpin of good time management. In this module we focus on tools and strategies that help you to distinguish between the urgent and the important; to do the things that really matter rather than the things that scream the loudest; to concentrate on being effective, not just efficient.

Planning wisely

To be consistently productive each day, you need a daily plan, not just a to-do list, and you need to commit to using your plan so you stay focused on your priorities.

Tackling procrastination

The ability to overcome procrastination and tackle the important actions that have the biggest positive impact on life is a hallmark of the most successful people. In this module we discuss ways in which you can motivate yourself to get moving on even the toughest of tasks.

Organising your workspace

In order to be productive each day, you must create an appropriate environment. By eliminating clutter, setting up an effective filing system, gathering essential tools andmanaging workflow, you’ll be well on your way to greater productivity and less stress!

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Enrolled: 181 students
Duration: 50 hours
Lectures: 18
Video: 40 hours
Level: Advanced


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Monday 9:30 am - 6.00 pm
Tuesday 9:30 am - 6.00 pm
Wednesday 9:30 am - 6.00 pm
Thursday 9:30 am - 6.00 pm
Friday 9:30 am - 5.00 pm
Saturday Closed
Sunday Closed