Planning Time and Work Organization Effectively
130.00 EURPrice without VAT
This seminar is about how work productivity can be increased and better results achieved. It is also about effectively managing time and organizing one’s work, taking into account one’s most important priorities, both at work and in one’s personal life.
Time management will be looked at within the framework of this course, not in its classical interpretation of “how to do more in a day”, but rather as the totality of skills, which assist in evaluating the quality of the time. It will focus on what is most important, not most urgent. In this way, one can consciously structure one’s life, setting professional and personal goals and planning one’s work and free time.
Target audience: anybody who wants to increase their work productivity, to plan their time and that of their subordinates effectively, and in accordance with their work and personal priorities.
Aim of the course: To provide participants with knowledge and practical skills in time and work planning and organization to achieve better and more effective results.
- Knowledge and understanding about internal and external hindrances to effective work;
- Acquiring the main principles about work and time planning, setting goals and selecting priorities;
- The knowledge and skills to apply specific planning instruments, to be able to organize one’s work and time more constructively to achieve a more productive result;
- Reducing the level of stress at work;
- An individual time management plan for each participant.
Duration: 1 day, 6 hours.
Mini lectures, situation analyses, practical work individually and in groups, discussions, business-like game elements.
1. Introduction. Getting to know each other. Agreement on the pace of learning and participants’ expectations.
2. Basic principles of time management:
- Structuring and planning time;
- Benefits and losses of planning time;
- Motivating oneself to commence regular time planning;
- The 80/20 principle – a non-traditional approach to time management.
3. The psychological dimension of performing everyday obligations:
- My attitude – what is it like, to what degree am I aware of it, how does this influence my productivity and cooperation with my colleagues?
- My motivation;
- Pro-activity – in everyday work, in relations with colleagues and in one’s private life.
4. Time management and stress:
- Does a firm plan for one’s time and pedantism allow one to achieve more, or does it create additional stress?
- How to find the optimal approach to time planning?
- How to manage one’s stress in critical situations and in everyday life?
- Time planning and actions in crisis situations;
- Emotional intelligence in the skill of managing one’s time, to lead oneself on the path to set goals.
5. Clear goals in the time management context:
- How do clear goals help one save time?
- Do I know my goals?
- Professional and personal goals;
- What do I want to achieve and when?
6. Determining and observing priorities:
- How do I select the tasks to be achieved?
- Is it the most important or urgent ones?
- Personal and work priorities, reconciling these;
- The Eisenhower method in time and priority planning;
- Avoiding the delay of unpleasant work.
7. Work delegation:
- Psychological hurdles;
- The risks and benefits of delegation;
- Productive delegation.
8. Time management in a team and time thieves:
- How do we communicate with our team members about our plans;
- Responsible collaboration;
- Are we aware of what steals our productive time?
- Do we notice when we steal time from others?
9. My individual time plan (individual practical work):
- Increasing personal effectiveness;
- My most important time planning issues;
- The development of an action plan for managing time more effectively.
10. Conclusion of the seminar. Feedback.
Venue: "Elektroniskie sakari" JSC, Eksporta 5, Riga
Participation fees include handouts, coffee breaks and lunch.
For company training, the programme can be adapted for the specifics and needs of the company.
Main conclusions from the training or 3 things you will definitely use from now on:
- A greater understanding about planning to achieve goals.
- Realistic planning. Checking E-mails 1x 2 hours. Evaluating achievements at the end of the week.
- The Eisenhower matrix for structuring work. The 60:40 principle, to avoid burn out at work and get satisfaction from achievements. The deaf frog principle.
- Structuring work, breathing deeply, good literature.
- Planning time and writing down plans. Summarizing the day and week. Structure for work.
- The 60:40 principle. Saying a clear no. The grid principle.
- Selecting priorities, separating work from one’s private life.
- I’ll think and define my activities more clearly, the meaning, measuring time, making an inventory of priorities.
- Planning time, selecting priorities, remembering this.
- Planning – self-discipline – there has to be a point for doing something.
What did you like best in this seminar?
- Everything – communication with the presenter, and the knowledge and work experience of other colleagues. Feedback. Information about reading materials to plan one’s day and life better.
- The presenter’s charisma, competence.
- The presenter, the simplicity of the information and the examples.
- Interesting examples from life.
- Practical methods for everyday use.
- Finding out about new methods and the experience of colleagues in the group. Thank you!
- Suggestions from the literature. A dynamic presenter who maintains contact with the public.
- The presenter’s enthusiasm, ever present smile.
- Presentation of information and knowledge in a free atmosphere.
- I liked everything a lot – I am excited about the materials provided and the recommended literature.