This web-based time management course for managers will:
- Help participants think strategically about productivity, scheduling, tasks, and time management.
- Suggest tactics for tracking time, delegating, scheduling, and making choices.
- Thoroughly explore the Eisenhower Matrix and its value as a planning assessment tool.
Managers and supervisors face a specific set of challenges when it comes to productivity and time management. Not only must they manage themselves, but they must make the time to train, develop, and supervise the work of others. This course focuses on the time management and productivity challenges specific to those in charge. The program addresses the common issues managers face when trying to “get it all done,” and can easily be tailored to tackle any particular productivity concerns the group wishes to discuss.
At this program’s conclusion, participants should be able to:
- Articulate what’s important and explain the time management strategy they’ve adopted to support that goal.
- Practice well-planned delegation.
- Implement a range of tools for defining tasks and managing progress.
- Avoid reverse delegation.
- Evaluate their progress in completing daily work and long-term initiatives.
- Goals, Choices, and the Value of Time: Thinking Strategically
- To-Dos, Rocks, Frogs, and Time Logs: Understanding the Picture
- The Eisenhower Matrix, Not-to-Do Lists, and Chunking: Applying Tools
- Missing Pieces and Takeaways: Unanswered Questions and Next Steps
By the end of this web-based training program, participants should understand the concerns around productivity and time management that are specific to leaders. They should also have a plan in place to make stronger choices as to how they manage the hours of the day.