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Who Should Attend
 
All Employees
 
How You Will Benefit
 

Participants learn strategies and methods to:

  • Develop “Can Do” time mastery attitudes
  • Clearly establish goals and priorities for work and life
  • Analyze time use and schedule time effectively
  • Control interruptions and procrastination
  • Improve meeting effectiveness
  • Manage correspondence and paperwork
  • Conquer procrastination
  • Develop good time teamwork techniques
 
Take Aways
  • Achieving Time Mastery Participant Manual
  • Time Mastery Profile®
  • Personal Action Planner
 
Achieving Time Mastery
Develop the 12 Skills of Effective Time Masters
 

Achieving Time Mastery workshop is designed to help employees enhance personal and organizational performance by setting priorities and managing time more effectively.  This workshop includes a time management assessment which provides participants a benchmark of their current time-management effectiveness.   Participants explore time-tested strategies to achieve their professional goals and increase work performance.

Employee effectiveness and efficiency will improve as participants learn to use constructive, clear and concise methods to meet daily challenges of managing professional and personal responsibilities, handling multiple priorities, and being accountable for their work performance. 

 
Objectives
 
Participants will iscover how to:
  • Set priorities and effectively manage time
  • Accomplish more each day
  • Meet project deadlines
  • Serve more customers without added staff, equipment or space
  • Spend more time pursuing opportunities
  • Spend less time on "do-over" projects
  • Improve individual and organizational performance
 
Agenda
 

Achieving Time Mastery is a one-day workshop consisting of 12 core competencies of time management that include the critical skills and strategies for becoming more productive and efficient on the job. 
Course Content Outline:

  1. Attitudes – Participants assess their current attitudes about becoming a better time manager and identify current Time Habits that are working and not working.
  2. Goals –Top Time Masters develop clear and focused goals. Participants map out SMART goals.
  3. Priorities – Participants learn to prioritize work tasks and projects based on importance and urgency, using the Priority Grid.
  4. Analyzing - In order to get better results on the job, participants discover a way to analyze how they are currently using their time.
  5. Planning - Participants become action-oriented by learning how to develop a plan and work the plan. 
  6. Scheduling - Being an effective time manager means you know when to do the things that need to be done.   A productive employee knows how to schedule priorities to maximize their time, energy and resources.
  7. Interruptions – Interruptions are a daily part of anyone’s day.  Dealing with electronic, paper, project and people interruptions are critical to staying focused and managing time for the day.
  8. Meetings - Meetings are an important function in any company.    Participants discover the important elements of an effective meeting and how to eliminate time wasters that surface during a meeting.
  9. Paperwork/Correspondence - Letters, faxes, phone calls, emails, texts, memos, orders all bombard the typical employee each hour of the day.   Participants learn specific methods to overcome this deluge of communication.
  10. Delegation – Participants learn a formula for delegation - learning what to give up and what to hold on to.   Knowing what to handle and what to delegate is key to becoming a good time manager.
  11. Procrastination - Employees learn the three causes of procrastination and how to overcome the temptation to put things off.  Becoming a “take-action” person results from learning to develop a low-priority/high priority system of getting things done.
  12. Time Teamwork-   No one works in a vacuum.   Top performance demands the joint effort of many people.  Participants learn time techniques for managing projects and tasks as a team to ensure the best use of time for everyone.