Time Management and Productivity

Whether you are working from home or in the office, managing time and priorities has always been a challenge. There aways seems like there's too much to do and too little time.

The success of our "Cool-Time" time management program comes from its realism and versatility: it speaks to each participant individually, taking into account elements such as attention span, decision-making, metabolism and interests, to ensure the development of effective habits as well as to ensure the teaching itself is most effective.

Using a unique combination of techniques that includes Influence, Project Management, Physiology, Psychology, Nutrition and up-to-date, proven best practices, for both at-work and work-from-home scenarios, our sessions will teach attendees will learn how to:

  • Prioritize – and stick to it
  • Become more organized in habits and workspace
  • Develop powerful focus
  • Say “no” to additional tasks as and when appropriate
  • Structure the day in a way that works
  • Use e-mail and other technologies effectively
  • Run productive and time efficient meetings
  • Understand the role of nutrition as a time management tool
  • Maintain Work-Life balance
  • Manage conflicts
  • Develop blocks of effective time
  • Eliminate fatigue, delay, ambiguity and confusion in day-to-day work situations
  • Deal with distractions, interruptions and overload
  • Handle “immediate” priorities such as email & phonecalls
  • Structure each day for maximum productivity, minimum stress
  • Deal with procrastination

As with all of our courses, this session has been designed to speak to new, work-from-home situations as well as in-office. Our sessions are interactive, using case studies drawn from the pre-course assessments, and participants are encouraged to work through and solve their time problems according to the principles of effective Adult Education.

Duration: 3 hours, with 10 minute breaks at the :50 minute mark.

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