About this Course

Tech Type Performance
Code QASHTME
Duration 3 Hours

“I am definitely going to take a course on time management... just as soon as I can work it into my schedule.”

Louis E Boone, American author

About this course

Do you feel like there’s never enough time in the day? In that case, this half-day course is probably for you! Modern life seems to be placing increasing demands on our time, and interruptions abound. The good news is that we can all get better at managing our time..

People who attend this ½ day session often ask us:

  • I don’t have enough time!
  • How can I plan and prioritise my work more effectively?
  • How can I deal with interruptions?
  • How do I balance competing priorities?

This session will help you understand your time management strengths and weaknesses, as well as giving you powerful tools to manage your time more efficiently, becoming more effective and productive.

Target audience

This ½ day session is suitable for anyone who wants to improve their basic time management and prioritisation skills.

Learning outcomes

  • Identify your time management strengths and weaknesses
  • Use proven tools to prioritise and plan your work
  • Reduce procrastination
  • Deal more effectively with interruptions

What will the course cover?

  • Welcome and introductions
  • Your time management strengths and weaknesses
  • Tools for prioritising and planning
  • Overcoming procrastination
  • Dealing with interruptions
  • Action planning

Performance

3 Hours

Duration

This course is authored by QA

Delivery Method

Delivery method

Classroom

Face-to-face learning in the comfort of our quality nationwide centres, with free refreshments and Wi-Fi.

Find dates and prices

Online booking is currently not available for this course, to find out more please call us on 0113 220 7150 or email us at info@qa.com to discuss how we can help.

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