Time Management Training Seminars:

We help the participants in our Time Management training workshops to accomplish their time management goals through the use of our Time Management Use Analysis Tools which include  case study analysis, time management skill analysis, group problem solving, priority analysis, time management games and exercises, and on line pre-work.

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Participants in our Time Management training courses will learn:

  • How to devote more time to important activities every day
  • How to prevent those daily “fires” from undermining important goals
  • To identify and communicate goals that keep priorities straight
  • How to design an effective To-Do list
  • How to deal with interruptions
  • The art of delegating low-priority tasks
  • How to organize your “busy work,” errands, etc.
  • How to use Time Blocks to maintain effectiveness
  • How to eliminate most annoying paper work
  • To balance professional responsibilities with personal time
  • To choose and use time management tools
  • How to set goals and evaluate them so that they provide value
  • How to stop procrastinating NOW
  • How to say NO (in a nice way, of course)
  • Identify and arrest time bandits

Time Management:
Top 3 Time Management Training Exercises

Just like most of us you try your best to make reliable pans for your time, schedule your tasks with precision and try to accomplish everything, but the reality is that thing do not always work out the way you have planned and so you have to look for simpler solutions such as adopting time management training exercises. These are not difficult to do and above all they are not time consuming. Most importantly they can really hell you out in all stages of the task scheduling and the implementation of the plan.

Doing simple recording and some basic calculations can be a real time and life saver. Usually, you are not able to estimate with much precision how long each task is going to take you, but what you can do is put down how long each specific operation takes you. For example, it takes you 5 minutes to answer an email, 15 minutes to solve a problem or 20 minutes to write a page. So, you can use these numbers to allocate sufficient time to each small operation of the task. If you manage to break down the activity into steps you will really find it more motivating to keep the short deadlines you have set for yourself apart from benefiting from a more precise planning.

The time management exercises that work to train your willpower and to allow you to focus more easily are also very important. One of the simplest ones you can adopt is to write down all the things that motivate you to complete a certain task. These factors could be the benefits that you expect to get from it or simply pleasant activities that you plan to indulge in after completing the work. Every time you feel tired or annoyed by what you are doing, you can look at the list and try to imagine how happy you will feel afterwards. This will definitely help you find the inner strength to go on.

Give yourself little breaks - this is the only way to survive a busy day on which you feel under great pressure. You can rest for a minute or two or even five if you can afford it every hour. It is a good idea to get a fresh breath of air, drink a glass of water, do some meditation or even do basic eye exercises and stretching ones. These are not precise time management exercises, but they will certainly help you feel refreshed and focused on the work.

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