Table of Contents

Chapter 1 - Introduction

Without effective time management skills, new and constantly changing corporate objectives can be overwhelming, leaving us feeling out of control. Decision-making often resides at levels outside our own sphere of influence. Management expects us to handle more with fewer resources. Putting out fires and responding to multiple interruptions and changing priorities, becomes the bulk of our workday. Consequently, at the end of the week, month and year, we have not met our own objectives and feel disenchanted about the misuse of our time.
This online Time Management Skills course focuses on helping delegates to proactively manage time for themselves first, which ultimately leads to serving corporate objectives more effectively.

Chapter 2 - Aims and Objectives

Aims and Objectives
Becoming a Master Manager of Time
Why did you choose this course? You may agree with the following:

  • You are probably one of the 41% of the population that come home from work exhausted every night and suffering from stress.
  • Or you may be one of the ‘one in five’ managers that don’t have a clue what they are supposed to be doing from one day to the next.
  • Or you feel that work is taking over your life to such an extent that you have to take stock and start managing your time.
Let’s examine how you can change this situation and become master manager of your time.

Chapter 3 - Time Management Challenges

Time Management Challenges
If we are to improve our time management we need to take a long hard look at what stops us from being effective. In this chapter there is a list of classic ‘time stealers’ - the factors that get in the way of our time management.
Let’s examine what challenges your time.

Chapter 4 - Principles of Time Management

Principles of Time Management
What is a priority? We all have priorities whether or not we carry them out and complete them. A priority is a task that MUST be carried out within a given time period. In this chapter, you will learn how to set great goals and perfect priorities
Let’s examine these in more detail.