Time Management Seminars for Peak Performance
- Professionals with demands on their time.
- Professionals who need to balance long term objectives with
short-term urgent tasks.
- Anyone who wants improved performance out of their
- Minimize the distracting emotions that can accompany heavy
- Learn to do one thing at a time.
- Recognize what results are intended to be achieved.
- Identify key "time wasters."
- Increase self-discipline.
- Develop realistic action plans.
- Understand the importance of planning and having written goals
for each day.
- Do the most important things first, not the easiest or most
- Curb socializing and interruptions tactfully.
- Create an ongoing awareness of how time is managed.
- Create a greater sense of control over the workday.
- Instill a sense of accomplishment and satisfaction in the workday.
- Associate pain with the old habits and pleasure with the new
- Develop consistency and persistence with new habits.
- Self assessment of daily time usage.
- Become aware of habits that need to be broken.
- Techniques to stop dramatizing the deadlines.
- How to minimize feeling frustrated and overwhelmed.
- How to stop the habit of trying to do too many things at once.
- The best ways to identify the critical activities that will
bring the daily results that are desired.
- What to say to colleagues and how to arrange your workspace to
- Methods to handle interruptions to include role-playing, proper
tone of voice, etc.
- Categorize activities into offense and defense.
- Take correspondence in chunks.
- Incorporating plans into daily activities - how to keep the plan
from collecting dust by actually turning it into a working "living"
- To keep from deviating from new habits, participants complete a
written commitment/ action steps page.