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shilpa - trainer Started The Discussion:

hi,

this is Shilpa,i need to handel a session on Time Management can anyone post me the activites based tht i can add in my training session. as iam new to this industry cud you plz help me out in that.

prabhs - Member Since: Feb 2008
Hi
this a beutifual activity to start your class on time management.
Material required
one small glass jar
A little sand
some small pebbles
some bigger stones
a glass of water
Activity process
1. Ask for a volunteer
2. Ask the class about the bottle whether its empty or not
3.Then ask the volunteer to put the water and then the sand in it.
4. Then ask the student to put the pebles
5. Then ask the student to put the stone

All of this will not fit in the jar.

Then give the class the analogy

This is an analogy of poor time management
If you'd have put the rocks in first, then the pebbles, then the sand, all three would have fit. This is much like time management, in that by completing your biggest tasks first, you leave room to complete your medium tasks, then your smaller ones. By completing your smallest tasks first you spend so much time on them you leave yourself unable to complete either medium of large tasks satisfactorily


Hope this helps you to kick start your class
Regards
Prabha Pillai

lilac201 - Member Since: Oct 2010
Quote:
Originally Posted by prabhs View Post
Hi
this a beutifual activity to start your class on time management.
Material required
one small glass jar
A little sand
some small pebbles
some bigger stones
a glass of water
Activity process
1. Ask for a volunteer
2. Ask the class about the bottle whether its empty or not
3.Then ask the volunteer to put the water and then the sand in it.
4. Then ask the student to put the pebles
5. Then ask the student to put the stone

All of this will not fit in the jar.

Then give the class the analogy

This is an analogy of poor time management
If you'd have put the rocks in first, then the pebbles, then the sand, all three would have fit. This is much like time management, in that by completing your biggest tasks first, you leave room to complete your medium tasks, then your smaller ones. By completing your smallest tasks first you spend so much time on them you leave yourself unable to complete either medium of large tasks satisfactorily
So clear! I learn from you.

I think your posting is useful for me and others.

May thanks to you.

Best regards.

This link below can show more info, you can find them at: Time management techniques

Pls try to keep posting. Tks and best regards

ShabbarSuterwala - Member Since: Sep 2006
Simple and Powerful tool of time Management .. "the power of 5"

5 things I will start doing from today
5 things I will stop doing from today
5 things I will continue doing

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ShabbarSuterwala - Member Since: Sep 2006
Hello All,


ACTIVITY: TIME MANAGEMENT – PAPER BOATS

Here is an activity that I use in my Time Management Program, “The Paper Boat”

Resources: Old News Paper

Divide the participant into Teams of 4 to 5 members each. Ask them to select/elect a Team Leader.

Then take all the team leaders out of the training hall, and explain them the activity by demonstrating them your self “How to make paper boats” the ones we learned in our school.

Having demonstrated ask them if they have understood the same. Give them one small square piece of paper and ask them to make one so that you are assured that they have understood how to make paper boats

Now Instructions for Team Leaders:

* You are given 4 sheets (4 pages of News Paper – they are rectangular in shape).
* Your job is to build 40 boats all of the “Same Size” & “All must stand or should not sink flat when the activity is over”.
* Quality (shape, finishing, appearance) and Quantity 40 boats both is important.
* Time frame is 15 minutes max. from the movement you go to your team.


Now let them complete the task; give them 15 mins.

Debriefing

Did the Team Leader clarify the goal to the team members?
Where the roles clarified the team as to who will do what?
Did the team members get overwhelmed by the activity or understood what is important?
What was the focus on – Important or completion?
What style of leadership did the team leader play?
Did the team members ask for clarifications role/goal?
Was there any planning for the use of Newpaper, people and the time available?
How can they relate “boat making” to “doing work” in the organization?

"The more you share, the more you grow"....Shabbar Suterwala

More Time Management Resources Time Management for Effective Time Management Tips
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Contact for In-house Training Workshop on Effective Time Management

With Best Wishses
Shabbar Suterwala
Corporate Soft Skills Trainer
Mumbai

Ph: 0989 222 5864
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