Time Management - Organising Yourself

To become truly effective at work we must achieve a balance of our own time and the needs of the job. This course reinforces the need to take control over your behaviour and become responsible for job outcomes as well as simple processes. The course runs in Perth, Bunbury, Geraldton, Karratha and Albany. 

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1 Day

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Overview

This course will help to take control of your time and be responsible for the outcomes. You will develop the skills to recognise and balance your own time management to enhance performance and efficiency.

Who will benefit

Anyone who has not previously been exposed to formal time management training, as well as those needing to refresh their knowledge of effective personal time management methods.

Content

  • Identifying and controlling time wasters
  • Assessing time more realistically – time required, timeframes and deadlines
  • Prioritising and the ‘80/20’ rule
  • Planning and scheduling your day and week
  • Handling interruptions effectively
  • Negotiating your time and workload
  • Establishing systems
  • Self-determination.

Learning Outcomes

Participants should be able to:

  • Understand the difference between effectiveness and ‘busyness’, resulting in their ability to discuss goals and clarify priorities with others
  • Work with others in a time effective manner
  • Set priorities based on individual tasks and departmental goals
  • Schedule time effectively
  • Develop effective techniques for reducing the impact of interruptions
  • Say “no” assertively to other people’s priorities, where appropriate
  • Set up and use a personalised time management system.

What past course attendees say:

"Very engaging course. I found it very beneficial."
Reshma Shaju
Fortescue
Asset Performance Engineer, Asset Management & Utilities
"Very educational and enjoyable training to attend and participate in."
Annabelle
Chevron
Graduate Financial Analyst
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