Time Management Workshop That Will Make Your Team a Productivity Master
Time management really boils down to four key areas: tasks, time, people, and information. To that end, there are four essential tools that everyone must have at their fingertips.
Ovient Management workshop is designed to help your staff become highly productive alongside gaining confidence to achieve anything in their lives.
“It’s difficult to manage your time if you don’t have the right tools.”
The Right Tools for Productivity
Most people who aren’t proficient at managing their time are missing at least one of these tools, this is where Ovient Management comes into play and teaches your staff time management skills in a three hour workshop.
Time is your most precious resource. It is the most valuable thing you have. It is perishable, it is irreplaceable, and it cannot be saved. It can only be reallocated from activities of lower value to activities of higher value.
All work requires time.
The very act of taking a moment to think about your time before you spend it will begin to improve your personal time management and increase productivity immediately.
Practice is the key to mastering any skill.
Fortunately, your mind is like a muscle. It grows stronger and more capable with use. With practice, you can learn any behavior or develop any habit that you consider either desirable or necessary.
Some of the Time Management Tools Your staff will need.
Todo List – The backbone of any productivity system is a good to do list. If you have only one time management tool, this is the one you need. You to do list is your best friend and should be with you at all times.
Calendar – It is difficult to manage your time if you don’t know how and where you are spending it. A good calendar is essential to tracking, planning, and scheduling your time. Not just meetings, but the time for your tasks and projects, as well.
Address Book – In our uber-connected social world, many people underestimate the power of a good address book. LinkedIn or Instagram aren’t going to help you in a pinch when you need to connect with that important contact. Capture any and all address info you come across. Treat cell phone numbers and email addresses as gold.
Notebook – The most frequently missing tool in people’s time management system is a good notebook. Sure, you may have a pad of paper, or a bunch of Post-Its on your desk. However, you need one place that you keep all of your notes. And one place to go looking when you need to retrieve a piece of information.
Personal time management skills are essential for professional success in any workplace. Those able to successfully implement time management strategies are able to control their workload rather than spend each day in a frenzy of activity reacting to crisis after crisis - stress declines and personal productivity soars! These highly effective individuals are able to focus on the tasks with the greatest impact to them and their organization.
The Time Management workshop will cover strategies to help participants learn these crucial strategies. Your participants will be given a skill set that includes personal motivation, delegation skills, organization tools, and crisis management. We"ll cover all this and more during this workshop.
Discover how to eliminate time-wasters and watch productivity soar.
Everyone starts with the same amount of hours – so why do some people seem to get so much more done? An inability to manage time efficiently can leave anyone feeling stressed, overwhelmed, and unproductive.
This workshop offers practical techniques that can be used immediately to gain control. Participants will learn how to plan and prioritize more effectively while managing interruptions and distractions.
Your Staff will discover to.
• Identify typical time-wasters and create solutions to overcome them
• Set goals and objectives to get things done
• Plan the workday accordingly to accomplish the most crucial matters
• Utilize technology to tackle important tasks
• Cut down on time-wasters and find more ways to spend time wisely
• Reorder activities to increase your productivity
• How to organize and prioritize to get more done
• Ways to get out of crisis mode and focus on what's important
• The planning process and how to use it
• Using scheduling to stay on track
• Managing the work environment
• Dealing with interruptions
• How to use technology efficiently