Time management

Target Audience:Managers and specialists of different levels, who want to raise their productiveness by improving personal time-management and goal-setting skillsDuration:1 day, 8 hoursProvider:Venue:AEB office, Moscow, Krasnoproletarskaya ul. 16 bld. 3, entrance 8 (4th floor), nearest metro station - NovoslobodskayaLanguage:RussianCoach:Tatiana Sosnova
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Terms and Conditions

– The deadline for registration & payment is usually 5 days before the starting date of the course;
– Those who do not register and pay by the deadline will not be allowed to participate in the training;
– All payments are to be made by bank transfer;
– Once registration is closed, the fee is non-refundable.

 Practical objectives of the program

  • Train participants to be proactive not reactive.
  • Getparticipants stop and think about their time to prevent them from working in an auto-pilot.
  • Improve participants’ organisation's productivity by getting them focus on the most important tasks and then getting them done.
  • Reduce stress by coaching participants to complete tasks on time and cut procrastination.
  • Improve participants’ work/life balance by ensuring their time is used as efficiently as possible. No more working late simply because the time was used poorly!

Training program

  • What are your time bandits? - An activity that encourages participants to work together to identify what prevents them making the best use of their time.
  • If I had more time - Participants ponder what they would do if extra time is available to them.
  • Ambitions and Long Term Goals - Participants complete our aspirations questionnaire to help them identify their long term goals.
  • Turning Goals into Reality - An activity to help participants plan the activities which turn ambition into reality.
  • The 1's - A look at medium and short term planning.
  • Managing Interruptions - Identifying and management of interruptions that interfere with our effectiveness.
  • Procrastination - Activities to help participants recognise that they procrastinate, why they do it and how to manage it.
  • Managing meetings - We investigate the cost of poorly managed or unnecessary meetings and consider how to overcome these issues.
  • Delegation - Participants examine some delegation advice from famous people and consider the relevance to themselves.

Methodology of training delivery

  • Introductions and speeches by the trainer (max 45 min/topic).
  • Discussions with a partner or in a group and different kinds of group working techniques (e.g. learning cafes, idea walks).
  • Role plays and team exercises.
  • Interim tasks, workbooks and other support material.