Time Management is a fallacy. We simply cannot manage time. What we can manage is how we use our time.
How many times do you say to yourself “I just don’t have enough time,” or “there aren’t enough hours in a day?” You’re not alone; which is why this popular workshop is in demand.
The fact is – if we keep doing what we’ve always done, we’ll keep getting what we’ve always got. In this hands-on workshop, you and your team will be presented with easy to follow concepts and tools that will change the way you operate. It is time to start challenging the way you manage your day, week or even year.
You will be taken through logical steps to help show you how you and your team can be more effective straight away. Combined with some accountability, you’ll find this workshop fun, interactive and results oriented.
LEAD BY EXAMPLE...
Business owners and managers lead by example. The values and work ethic displayed by a company's decision makers have a direct influence on company culture, and many times, on a business' profitability. Time management improves the efficiency and effectiveness of a business, and business owners should continuously work on developing, or improving, their own time management skills.
Prioritizing each item on your to-do list will help you stay focused on hitting your day-to-day, and overall, goals. Ask yourself, "What absolutely needs to be done by the end of the day?" Rank each item by its importance - or deadline - and start working down the list. If anything unexpected comes up during the day, you can feel better knowing that the most time-sensitive tasks have already been addressed.
Know When to Delegate
As a business owner, your time is often divided between day-to-day operations and big-picture responsibilities. Knowing when it's appropriate to delegate some of those tasks to other team members can save you quite a bit of time. It's also a great opportunity to motivate your employees with increased responsibilities and challenges.
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