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The speed of everything has changed. Are your time management skills up to the challenge?

Do you put off more today than you can ever accomplish tomorrow exhaust yourself by 4:00 p.m. with only a fraction of your work done see yourself as a decision maker who never gets around to making decisions dread the next business meeting-or worse, going back to your desk to see what voice mails and emails await you? If you're doing more and enjoying it less, it's time to get out of the time trap and back to productive management! This presentation gives you practical techniques for controlling time and making it a manageable resource.

Why should you attend:

Achieve better results through more effective planning and clarifying objectives

Delegate effectively and free yourself for bigger tasks

Set group goals and priorities

Eliminate the time wasters

Handle interruptions and distractions

Say no to unreasonable demands

Redirect your efforts to the most important and valid tasks

Make sure there is time in the day for you

Learn strategies to improve concentration and increase your efficiency

Are you concerned about how much time and productivity your people are wasting?

What about lost energy, efficiency and effectiveness, especially because people are overtasked and overburdened?

Would you like to gain an extra 30 minutes each day?

Would you like to improve your concentration and increase your efficiency?

If you answered "yes" to any of these questions, then come laugh, listen and learn as Chris DeVany leads us all through those important topics, key questions and answers we all need to be able to address effectively to improve our team members' and team's performance, no matter how widely distributed everyone is!

Areas Covered in the Session:

Self-Evaluation: How Do You Manage Your Time

Take the Time-Mastery ProfileŽ to identify how you spend your time

Highlight your strengths and challenges with time

Identify timewasters and learn how to avoid them using new techniques

Concentration and Focus

Learn techniques that will help you complete your tasks at a faster rate

Discuss how to handle distractions and interruptions-both self- and other-imposed

Planning to Succeed

Refine the planning process and goal-setting system using the SMART technique

Decision Making and Prioritizing

Align your priorities with your goals for better decision making

Learn about "the window of opportunity" to determine the most appropriate course of action

Getting Organized

Learn the principles of organization to eliminate clutter and maintain order and effective filing systems

Learn to manage your phone, e-mail and electronic files

Establishing Boundaries to Create Balance

Learn when to say "yes" and when to say "no"

Say "yes" to yourself...by saying "no" to others

Create quiet zones to think, reflect and concentrate

Build a commitment to your own time-management plan-it's up to you!

Setting SMART Goals

SMART: Specific, Measurable, Achievable, Relevant, Timely

What are my roles?

What weekly goal will I set for each role?

TOPPS: Task, Objective, Product, Program, Schedule

OPICS: Output, Product, Input, Conditions, Standards

Setting milestones

Working the Plan

Who Will Benefit:

CEO

Senior Vice President

Vice President

Executive Director

Managing Director

Regional Vice President

Area Supervisor

Manager

Instructor:

Chris DeVany

Event link : Time and Task Management - Working Smarter Every Day
11th January 2017 From India, Bengaluru
Attached Files
File Type: pdf Time and Task Management - Working Smart.pdf (58.3 KB, 12 views)

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