Length: 2 Days
Time Management and Organization Skills Course
You can lose a great deal of time – and much more – to disorganization.
The core benefits of being organized and operating in a generally clutter-free environment are increased productivity and improved performance. And with those comes a greater sense of control, which is an extremely important part of stress management, resilience and overall well-being.
Good organization can also lead to better thinking. Decision making and problem-solving rely on a clear head, plus ready access to the right information and tools. An uncluttered approach improves concentration and your ability to learn, and it puts you on the right track toward the state of deep focus known as flow.
Success at work also has a lot to do with how you’re seen by others. If you’re regularly late for meetings, careless with your responsibilities, and seem out of control in your role, your reputation — and your chances of career progression — are at risk.
Good time management also requires discipline, quick thinking and knowing when to use strategies for dealing with procrastination, distraction and even unplanned events.
For businesses, being organized and wisely managing time allows companies to quickly find anything that’s needed, whether it’s a contract signed yesterday or an email received two years ago. A time management plan helps organizations break down large goals into smaller, easily achievable tasks and forces companies to complete those tasks on schedule.
It helps organizations progress in a linear fashion toward meeting a goal.
Then there’s the matter of company profit. Finance managers resoundingly believe that time management should be a topic that all management in any size business should evaluate, analyze and monitor on a regular basis. The reason? In order for businesses to be profitable, the output has to increase as time equals profit.
The theory is that the more time taken to perform a task, give a service or produce an item, the more profit is lost as costs will rise.
Time Management and Organization Skills Course Training by Tonex
Time Management and Organization Skills course will provide participants with an understanding of how to increase productivity with organization skills and manage their time and attention more effectively.
Efficient time management and organization skills are the keys to getting the most out of your day and to manage the increased business and operations pressures.
Organizational skills are crucial. The sense of organization shows that you have the focus, clarity, and strategic ability to fulfill a variety of tasks successfully.
You’ll learn to lock out mental distractions and eliminate bottlenecks that slow you down. Discover ways to maximize your efficiency, such as organizing your workspace and aligning your priorities. Become a productive, energetic person as you manage your activities more effectively, leaving more time to enjoy life.
- How to break the urge to keep everything
- A step-by-step method for time management
- How to gain control of your time
- Effective alternatives to organizational skills
- How to make the most out of your workspace
- Identify typical time-wasters and create plans to overcome them
- Set goals and objectives to get things done correctly the first time
- Plan the workday accordingly to accomplish and manage the most crucial matters
- Utilize technology to tackle important tasks
- Reorder activities to increase your productivity
Time Management Principles
- Goals of time management
- Goal setting and meeting goals
- Top Time Management Skills
- To-Do List
- Responsibilities which demand time
- Procrastinators and how to eliminate them
- Develop a plan for managing time effectively
- Making daily schedules that align with goals
- Eliminate time wasters
- Manage email overload
- Dealing with deadlines
- Handle interruptions
- When to say “no”
- To-do lists
- Strong focus, concentration, clear, coherent thinking, and good memory
- How to organize
- Creating and keeping deadlines
- Decision making
- Managing appointments
- Team management
- Project management
- Making schedules
- Coordinating events
- Problem solving
- Team leadership
- Strategic thinking
- Implementing strategy
- Mental organizational Skills
Organizational Skills and Mental Efficiency
- Assessment and evaluation
- Listening skills
- Creative thinking
- Working with data
- Taking notes
- Identifying problems
- Conflict resolution
- Developing strategies
- Developmental planning
- Public speaking
- Reviewing, reporting, and research
- Attention to detail
- Making presentations
- Physical organization Skills
Case Studies, Workshop and Group Exercises
- Tools and methods to organize and prioritize to get more done
- Tools to mitigate crisis mode and focus on what's important
- Methods for planning and scheduling to stay on track
- Managing the work environment and organizational skills
- Dealing with interruptions
- How to use technology efficiently
- Develop, coach, and motivate individuals
- Apply tools to manage teams, processes, and information
- Address generational differences and manage conflict
- Utilize effective speaking, listening, and writing strategies
- Enhance and expand your interpersonal and organizational communication skills
- Creating mission statement and strategy for success
- Engage stakeholders for positive results
- Plan and execute strategy
- Troubleshoot and track results of strategy execution
- Learn various techniques for generating new ideas and uncovering opportunities
- Anticipate customer needs and create new solutions to respond to them
- Tips and tools to develop creative and innovative thinking around products and services
- Differences between leading and managing
Time Management and Organization Skills