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TIME MANAGEMENT COURSE-RESULTS AND PRIORITIES

TIME MANAGEMENT Course-RESULTS And PRIORITIES

Duration of course: 2 days
INTRODUCTION
With all change now that, more than ever, each of us is committed to do as much as possible in a short time and often the feeling is of a swirling dazzling and tiring.
The aim of this course is to discover techniques you can help you avoid wasting time in daily activities what nowadays will run dry of energy having few results.
Through him, you will learn how to better manage priorities, organize your activities to be the Lord of your time in a larger measure.
OBJECTIVES
The course aims to develop skills and expertise that helps in understanding and coping with crises and conflicts within organizations. This development program competencies will help you to:

  • Know and use methods of time management-time Matrix;
  • Improve your personal planning and clarify the priorities according to the objectives;
  • Understand how to delegate effectively and ask for help, how can it be improved management of unexpected situations and thieves of time.

METHODOLOGY
This program is based on individual identification activities of their own styles in the event of a conflict and then more collaborative activities in small groups followed by plenary discussions on the results of the team. The program also provides interactive exercises and case studies, each culminating in a session with the conclusions of the Group and individual skills development in that session. All these conclusions may form the basis of a plan for the development of individual skills which can be a very useful tool for managers to establish and verify the actions to be taken after completion of the program.
TO WHOM IT IS ADDRESSED
Individuals interested in management as good time, its own activities and optimisation of the teams and learning new tactics to avoid time wastage.

AGENDA
Session 1: BREAKING the ICE.
The opening of the course. Presentation of the participants and trainers. Expectations and fears. Presentation of the objectives of the course.
Why all the talk about time management and priorities not?
Session 2: WHY are WE ALWAYS IN CRISIS?
By the end of this session, participants will:

  • To identify areas in which realistically lose in time
  • To understand how much time they have available on a daily basis and what are the bottlenecks of time
  • To identify where we should consume their time efficiently

Session 3: PERSONAL ORGANIZATION
By the end of this session, participants will:

  • Understand the importance and to keep track of their own tasks
  • To identify an effective system viewfinder files
  • To define the management objectives of the current objectives and tasks
  • Recognize and identify the time bureaucracy needed them and propose disposal measures.

Session 4: TIME PRESSURE on the TEAM WORK. Why? How? WHY?
By the end of this session, participants will:

  • Understand the importance of the matrix-and the priorities and to be able to analyze his own activity, compositions and cotidiente activities in one of the 4 quadrants of each array.

Session 5: team DELEGATION. SAY NO. MIKE
By the end of this session, participants will be able to

  • understand the importance of coordination and the manner in which this must be done in order to be effective, depending on the skills of the members of the teams in that work.
  • To be able to easily identify their own tasks that you really have done and what are the "maimutici" pharmacist.

Session 6: PROCRASTINATION. TIME EATERS
By the end of this session, participants will be able to develop their own systems to eliminate the thieves of time.
Session 7: ORGANIZATION of work TEAM EFFECTIVENESS. SESSIONS
By the end of this session, participants will be able to:

  • Understand that I always start with the control of his time planning
  • Develop a system of effective time management

Session 8: GENERAL SUMMARY of the course and KNOWLEDGE GAINED

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