TIME MANAGEMENT: Prioritize to be Effective

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Event Details

TIME MANAGEMENT: Prioritize to be Effective - Mar 15, 2018

Introduction :

Time Management is important but often ignored skill. Time is the only precious resource allocated equally to every human being. However 9 out of 10 persons complain about long working hours, not meeting targets, excessive paperwork, fragmented days, neglected family and such others. They say there are not just enough hours in a day.


Purposeful managers are the result of high focus and energy. They organize their own skills and resources to meet the departmental and organizational goals.  Effective managers make a conscious attempt to monitor their daily activities with the corresponding outcome; and are aware of their time wasters. They spend time reflecting on the direction and intention of their actions. To optimize their time: prioritizing, delegating, coaching, motivating skills are used by result oriented managers. They are keenly aware that every act of theirs should add value and move towards achieving what is critical for the department and organization. Staying away from useless diversionary activities is their trademark and that too without affecting smooth working relationship with colleagues and senior/s.  ‘Working Smarter, Not Harder’ is an important area that cannot be ignored.


Nothing can be more rewarding at the end of our lives than a sense of satisfaction that we have spent more of our time wisely than we have wasted.


Participation Level :

The workshop is designed for Executives/Managers and middle Management level staff from all functional areas.

Objectives :
  • To strengthen planning skills - calendaring, estimating, and sequencing and prioritizing to increase job performance

  • To help apply the ABCDE Prioritizing Model

  • To develop skills of ‘Prioritizing Best Practices’ through 

  • To make them aware of the difference between unscheduled requests and interruptions and provide strategies to handle them

  • To help identify their time wasters & methods of overcoming them and to evaluate their own tendency towards procrastination

  •  To help learn innovative methods like – time boxing, positioning of workspace, involving colleagues, coming back to interrupted work with same tempo, working smarter not harder and others…


Topics Covered :

Importance of Time – the most precious, non-renewable resource, ●Planning Skills – calendaring, estimating, and sequencing, setting goals, ● Prioritizing for results – focus energy matrix, prioritizing best practices, ● Benefits of planning & prioritizing – more time given to important work with maximum payoff, freedom from chaos, preventing burnout, more control over life…, ● Prioritizing for Effective Use of Time – practicing the ABCDE model, deciding on importance of tasks through conversation with senior/s; understanding the time matrix concept of urgent-important, important-not urgent and others…, ● Self monitoring – through keeping record of time spent and assessing the corresponding outcome, ● Time Analysis – time wasters, best used time, cream hours for top priority work, ● Strategies for Effective Use of Time – to do list, use of daily organizer, avoiding fussy perfectionism, improving paper handling skills, ‘bunching work’, delegating, coaching, working smarter not harder, ● Difference between unscheduled requests and interruptions and provide strategies to handle them. ● Time Thieves – poor meeting management & paper handling; inability to say ‘No’; best time not best used; lack of delegation, ● Procrastination – a sin of omission, causes of procrastination, remedies to overcome procrastination, ● Other productivity boosters – savvy relationship skills; concentration skills, restful sleep, peaceful stomach; eating natural & seasonal food, ● Innovative Methods for Effective Time Usage: (a)  Positioning of workspace for concentrated working,  (b) Time boxing, (c) Involving colleagues to use time effectively, (d)  Coming back to interrupted work with same tempo, (e) Using the shortest and fastest means of communication. 

Dr. Lata Shetty, is the Director, Mainstream Training Centre, which offers Soft Skills Training Programmes in a variety of settings.  Qualifications: B.Sc., M.S.W., Ph.D., a gold medalist throughout her academic career and holds a Doctorate from the prestigious Tata Institute of Social Sciences (TISS).

 

Board Room, Bombay Chamber, The Ruby, NW-29, Senapati Bapat Marg, Dadar (W), Mumbai-400 028

Ms. Mani Nair
Tel. 61200223, 9833409639 
Participation Fee :   
Members  Rs. 3500 +18% GST
Non-Members  Rs. 4000 +18% GST

10% discount for 3 or more participants from same organisation.

 

Bank Details for NEFT

Account No.

02422418061924

IFSC CODE

DCBL0000024

Bank Name

DCB Bank

Branch Address

Mahim (024), Mumbai

Cheque /Demand Draft should be drawn in favor of “BOMBAY CHAMBER OF COMMERCE AND INDUSTRY”.

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