Time Management Training for Leaders
- Management or Management Trainees
- Professional who want to get the job under control and start installing the discipline in themselves to get it accomplished.
- Leaders who need to delegate, have the authority to delegate, but are having trouble doing so.
- Professional who are not utilizing the resources available to them to their most efficient and productive level.
- Make planning part of the regular routine.
- How to break out of reactive patterns.
- Make activities consistent with your goals.
- Learn when to say no; and do it firmly and tactfully.
- Effectively use the resources available to help to their full potential.
- Learn to let go of how things are done as long as the final work is acceptable.
- Become less controlling and more of a facilitator.
- Make it okay to not have to do everything and be overly immersed in everything.
- Let go of counter-productive, overly controlling behavior.
- Identify when your level of effort to control becomes counter productive.
- Grasp that when you do something someone else can do, it keeps you from doing something only you can do.
- Identify and remove any blocks or barriers to effective delegating.
- Accept the fact that you will never be completely caught up.
- Distinguish between what is important and what is urgent.
- Self assessment of daily time usage.
- Become aware of habits that need to be broken.
- The characteristics of successful executive time managers and how to emulate them.
- Create an interrupted block of time so you can concentrate on your work.
- Schedule the most important activities for each day.
- Set time limits for everything you do and try to finish within the time allowed.
- The secret for making things happen- scheduling.
- Leave room for the unexpected when planning your schedule.
- To keep from deviating from new habits, participants complete a written commitment/ action steps page.