Time Management

We do not manage time - we manage ourselves with respect to time - time is life! On this course you will learn the difference between importance and urgency and will be given tools, techniques and strategies that can be used back in the workplace to maximise the time they spend completing the tasks that matter most, whilst minimising time spent on tasks that don't.


2 Days



Managing time effectively comes down to doing relevant tasks efficiently. During this course you will bring together many practical tools, techniques and strategies that can be used in the workplace to maximise your time doing the things that matter most. This course will help you gain more control of their workload.

Who Will Benefit

Anyone whose demanding workload contains competing priorities that require KPIs, project goals and targets in order to be successful.


  • Time management preferences
  • Analysis of current workload to determine what is relevant
  • Prioritising workload and planning tasks
  • Analysis of personal time management strengths and challenges
  • Energy levels and concentration
  • Everyday time ‘shaving’ techniques
  • Keeping on track
  • Overcoming procrastination, time wasting and perfectionism.

Learning Outcomes

Participants should be able to:

  • Recognise the effect of poor organisation and its relationship to stress
  • Analyse your time utilisation
  • Identify and control major time wasters
  • Apply the ‘80/20’ rule to leverage your time
  • Achieve a balance between work and external commitments
  • Set up and use a personalised time management system
  • Set long term and short term goals and commit to a personal action plan.
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