Time Management


Time Management

Time is one of the most important assets at work and everyone has a responsibility to ensure it is well managed. This doesn’t always mean being ‘maxed’ out – it’s about getting balance into your life to ensure your priorities are taken care of.

Dates 10 May 2017 - Download as vCalendar
Opening times 9:30-17:00
Cost £195.00+VAT or 1.3 LC units (members) / £292.00+VAT (non-members)
Venue Eagle Labs, 7-8 Clifton Court, Cherry Hinton Road, CB1 7BN
Organiser name Sarah L Gleadell
Telephone
01223 760108
Email
Availability 12 places available.

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Event details:

Time Management

Time is one of the most important assets at work and everyone has a responsibility to ensure it is well managed.  This doesn’t always mean being ‘maxed’ out – it’s about getting balance into your life to ensure your priorities are taken care of.

This one day programme will help you develop a strategy for ‘event control’ and give you a range of tools and techniques to help you plan and organise yourself to be effective

Outcomes

You will learn about:

  • your own work style and how this helps and hinders your time management
  • how to establish and plan in your own priorities
  • how to plan work around your most productive times
  • how to deal with interruptions so they cause minimal impact
  • avoid procrastination and ‘swallow the frog’!
  • setting goals with time lines and milestones
  • how to decide if a task is urgent , or important or both
  • how to make  your outlook or diary work for you

Who should attend?

Time management is a key competency for all people at work and this programme will benefit anyone who has any element of control and influence about when they do things. 

Pre-work

Participants will be required to log their work activities for a typical day or two, prior to the programme.  This will be analysed
during the event to help see what happens during a typical working day and where improvements can be made.

Post course actions

At the end of the day participants will be asked to write a letter to themselves of actions and good intent – these will be collected and returned six weeks afterwards to help reinforce the lessons learnt!

Course content

Current audit

  • areas I’m good at/ not so good at?
  • the impact of personal work style

Procrastination

  • favourite areas?
  • ‘swallow the frog’ – do it now

Planning & Prioritising

  • what prompts my choice?
  • understanding my work categories
  • analysing my time log (pre-work)
  • making ‘me time’

Deadlines

  • best practice to follow/ pitfalls to avoid
  • keeping on track
  • managing the flow of work  

Outlook use

  • Daily planning
  • Schedule the balance  

Interruptions

  • saying no nicely
  • limiting the damage

Work area & communication tools

  • desk; and paperwork routines
  • voice mail and telephone disciplines
  • email and web control
  • working from home

Personal action plan

  • review of your  action points to work on
  • letters to self of actions to work on

Cambridge Network's Learning Collaboration

Cambridge Network's Learning Collaboration works on behalf of local employers to organise training and management development for their staff. Set up by the Network in conjunction with local HR Directors, our aim is to provide all Cambridge Network members and organisations with improved access to high quality, shared training courses at value-for-money prices.

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