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Time Management: Solve your Time Management Problems

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Course Description

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This course is one of two sister courses, along with Time Management: Use Your Time Effectively.

You can't make more time.
But you can make better use of the time you have.

Use your time well and get more out of life.

Nobody has enough time in the busy-busy, 24-hour, non-stop world of Twitter, smartphones, and latte in a cardboard cup.

Yet you want to do more, you want to achieve better things, you want to get more out of the time you have: you wish there were more hours in the day.

Good Time Management cannot give you more time, but it sure can show you how to use the time you have to the greatest effect!

After taking this course you'll be able to: 

  • Apply Mike Clayton's powerful OATS principle to gain control of your working day
  • Turn dull, mundane tasks into jobs you can do really well, and get pleasure from
  • Distinguish between overwhelm and overload, and apply successful strategies to each
  • Overcome the stress of feeling overwhelmed, by seizing control using Mike's awesome seven-step procedure
  • Create real extra time in your day by delegating effectively
  • Handle your backlog of work calmly and effortlessly
  • Handle interruptions by applying the five strategies to keep control of your day
  • Avoid the multi-tasking trap, to get more gone, more quickly and with fewer mistakes
  • Become a master of time estimation

This course is for anyone who: 

  • wants to get do more, get more, and live more.
  • is busy and want to get even more done...
  • is overwhelmed, and want to feel more in control...
  • find things always take longer than expected...
  • don't know how to plan their time in a way that works for them...
  • just don't have enough time.
  1. Core Skills - 25 minutes

    1. Why You Cannot Manage Time
    2. The OATS Principle
    3. How to Make Dull Activities Interesting
    4. Quickly Check your Understanding
  2. Feeling Bad - 25 minutes

    1. What are Overload and Overwhelm?
    2. How to Deal with the feeling of Overwhelm
    3. How to Delegate Effectively
    4. Quickly Check your Understanding
  3. The Pile of Stuff - 15 minutes 

    1. How to Remember what's Outstanding so You Never Drop the Ball Again
    2. How to Clear a Backlog
    3. Four Questions to Guide Your Response to a Task
    4. Quickly Check your Understanding
  4. Multi-Tasking -  20 minutes

    1. Quiz: Are you an Elephant or an Octopus?
    2. Are you an Elephant or an Octopus?
    3. Multi-tasking, and how to do it well...if you must!
    4. How to get Really Good at Estimating
  5. Closing thought - 5 minutes

    1. A Final Thought...

About the Expert

Dr. Mike Clayton

Dr. Mike Clayton

Mike is one of the UK's leading project delivery experts. He has many years of experience managing projects and integrating change in many companies of varying sizes. Mike has had key roles in managing multi-million pound projects for Vodafone, General Motors, BAA and Transport for London. Organisations of all sizes have benefited from his skills in integrating complex change. You will get real results as his highly practical approach simplifies complex ideas. Mike also has over 20 years of experience training project managers, throughout the UK, Europe and the US. He is the author of thirteen top-selling business, management, and personal effectiveness books, including four on project management topics: How to Manage a Great Project On budget. On target. On time. (Pearson, 2014) The Influence Agenda A systematic approach to aligning stakeholders in times of change (Palgrave Macmillan, 2014) Brilliant Project Leader What the best project leaders know, do and say to get results, every time (Pearson, 2012) Risk Happens! Managing risk and avoiding failure in business projects (Marshall Cavendish, 2011)
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