MASTERING TIME AND ORGANIZATION
Time is the one resource that is evenly distributed. We all have the same amount of time with which to work. Then, why is it some people get more done than others? What is their secret? Learn the techniques productive people use.
U.S. President Dwight D. Eisenhower, said: "I have two kinds of problems: the urgent and the important. The urgent are not important, and the important are never urgent." He recognized that great time management means being effective as well as efficient. In other words, we must spend our time on things that are important and not just the ones that are urgent. To do this, and to minimize the stress of having too many tight deadlines, we need to understand this distinction.
Time cannot be saved, so it must be spent wisely. We need to overcome the natural tendency to focus on unimportant urgent activities so that we can clear enough time to do what's essential for our success. This is the way we move from "firefighting" into a position where we can grow our businesses and our careers. We need to get organized, manage an environment that is full of interruptions and we need to prioritize and to use scheduling tools, often with a technological solution.
Before the training you will complete a survey and bring it to the seminar.
- Identify & create solutions for time-wasters
- Set realistic goals and objectives to get things done
- Plan your day to accomplish what is important
- Understand how technology affects your ability to accomplish your goals
- Identify where you are spending time wisely and how you are wasting time
- Reorder your activities to make the best use of your time and increase your productivity
Who Should Attend?
Supervisors, Managers, Directors, Executives….anyone who has some discretion and decision-making around their use of time.