Online - Time management in the workplace
Starts2nd March 2021 10:00Ends4th March 2021 13:00TrainerJohn BonnarContactCost
SCVO members £89, Third sector non member £110, Private/Public £120
- Course overview
Time management is about making the best use of your time. However this is easier said than done – particularly at the moment when organisations are being required to do more for less. If you think time management approaches will help you keep control of your workload then this interactive and participative online course is for you!
Session 1: 2 March, 10am to 1pm
Session 2: 4 March, 10am to 1pm
- Overall course aim
This 2-part online course is designed to increase awareness of your own time management, and to help you identify practical steps to improve your effectiveness in the workplace. Through individual exercises and group discussions you will get the opportunity to identify major time stealers at work and formulate action plans to overcome them.
John Bonnarwill help you answer that age-old question“Where does all mytimego?" and discover how to take control of your time by looking at:
- effective prioritisation skills;
- controlling time and tasks techniques;
- assertive tricks to manage interruptions and handle disruptions.
- Course objectives
In today’s climate it is essential individuals manage the demands on their time and know how toorganise their daily tasks to reduce stress.Thisonline course has everything you need to take control of your time by exploring what helps and hinders achieving priorities and presents tips and techniques on how to improve the use of the time available. You will learn:
- how time management can help with productivity;
- how and when to say “no” without offending;
- how to establish short and long term goals to achieve results;
- how to sustain these improvements
- Who is the course aimed at?
This online course is for anyone within the voluntary sector who wants to learn practical tips on how to deal with their working day effectively and feel ‘in control’. It is designed to help those who want to strengthen their time management and to have ways to react positively at work when others demand their time.
- Entry requirements
There are no formal entry requirements.
- Other information
Course structure:2x 3-hour sessions, which gives learners the opportunity to improve their time management skills through practical exercises and the opportunity for questions and discussion.
Please note this course is now fully booked!