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Time Management

This time management course is relevant for all employees in an organization, as it aims to teach effective time management skills that can lead to life-altering effects. Participants will learn how to prioritize tasks in the workplace and avoid distractions that may hinder productivity. The course emphasizes the importance of productivity and its relationship with efficiency, as completing all required tasks with mediocre quality decreases efficiency. The case study of the British Cycling Team is used as an example to demonstrate how small changes can lead to significant improvements. Overall, this course aims to help individuals become more aware of the importance of time management and to develop the skills necessary to manage their time effectively.

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Targeted Groups:

Basically, EVERYONE needs time mangement, This course was designed to fit everyone including:

  • Managers

  • Executives

  • Supervisors

  • Team leaders

  • Working professionals

  • Entrepreneurs and small business owners

  • Individuals who work in fast-paced environments, such as healthcare, emergency services, or hospitality, where effective time management is critical to success.

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Course Objectives:

This course was designed to let the participants able to:

  • Achieve better results through effective planning and clarifying objectives

  • Spend more time working toward high-value goals.

  • Refuse unreasonable requests.

  • Understand the needs of different personality styles and how to work with them.

  • Keep things in perspective.

Course Contents

Unit 1: Introduction to Time Management

  • Are You Good at Time Management?

  • Prioritization: The Eisenhower Matrix

  • Activity: Set Your Priority


Unit 2: Distractions

  • What are Distractions & How to Work Around Them

  • Things to Do to Avoid Distractions

  • Dealing with Distracting, Annoying Coworkers!

  • Tips to Deal with a Constantly Distracted Worker (for Managers)

  • Activity: How Did You Handle It?


Unit 3: Multitasking

  • Multitasking: Its Advantages and Disadvantages

  • What Happens When People Multitask

  • Importance of Multitasking

  • The Flip Side of Multitasking


Unit 4: Productivity and Efficiency

  • Ten Simple Steps to be More Productive

  • A Trade-off trait of Productivity & Efficiency

  • Activity: Do You Prefer to be Productive or Efficient?


Unit 5: Conclusive Bits

  • Molecular Habits – The Definition of the Phrase

  • Why Tiny Changes Make a Big Difference

  • What Progress is Really Like

  • Case Study Handout: The History of British Cycle Team

  • Lesson Takeaway

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