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Time Management The best time management systems are the simplest ones. Sadly, many systems are too complicated. They take far too long to implement. If you try to use them you can waste huge amounts of time, worsening the very problem you are trying to fix. Bespoke Course Our 'Time Management' workshops take a different approach. Firstly, each only lasts half a day, so attending one won't make a serious dent in your schedule. Secondly, the principles we teach are simple. You can take them away and start using them immediately. And finally, because everyone's time management problems are different, we develop each workshop around individual needs. Before the training we speak to you to identify the issues you face. Only then do we finalise the content. What you Learn Each workshop focuses on easy-to-learn principles. We use skill-building exercises, familiar workplace scenarios and group review sessions to help you identify the time management systems that work best for you. Topics we focus on include: Conducting a personal time management audit Acquiring the right mindset Removing the clutter Using micro time slots productively Knowing when to say ?no' Protecting yourself against false efficiencies Working smarter not longer Unlocking the power of parallel processing. We also provide clear guidance on: Five ways to free up time The 10 biggest time wasters Rapid assessments that can save you hours Vital tools to help you work more efficiently Essential safety mechanisms and recovery systems Action lists and how to manage them Classic blunders and how to avoid them The time management systems checklist.

Time Management The best time management systems are the simplest ones. Sadly, many systems are too complicated. They take far too long to implement. If you try to use them you can waste huge amounts of time, worsening the very problem you are trying to fix. Bespoke Course Our 'Time Management' workshops take a different approach. Firstly, each only lasts half a day, so attending one won't make a...

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