Are you under pressure from an ever-growing task list, conflicting demands and constantly changing priorities? Time is one of our most precious commodities. Productive working practices are valuable skills in today’s work environment. We are all under continuing pressure to achieve more…with less resources and in less time.

This fast-paced, interactive and motivational training course will enable you to manage this pressure proactively, allowing you to meet deadlines and deliver against your objectives. You cannot do this alone, so we will also equip you with the skills to achieve results with and through other people.

During the course you will have the opportunity to share ideas and work in small groups to discuss techniques and practice new skills. In order to enhance learning you will have the opportunity to complete short tasks between sessions and then gain individual feedback on progress, ask questions and receive support from the training consultant.

By attending this training course, delegates will:

  • Manage your priorities and time effectively in order to meet deadlines
  • Plan your workload proactively
  • Deal with ‘time robbers’ such as procrastination and interruptions
  • Define your goals clearly and concisely
  • Identify, motivate and influence key stakeholders in order to get the job done together

This online training course is suitable to a wide range of professionals but will greatly benefit:

  • Professionals who want to learn techniques to work with other colleagues
  • Team leaders, supervisors, section heads and managers
  • Professionals who have an interest in a management position
  • Anyone who wants to become a leader in their work role
  • Project, purchasing, finance & production officers and personnel
  • Technical professionals including those in Maintenance, Engineering & Production
  • Secretaries, clerks, administrative and support staff
  • Anyone who juggles multiple tasks and deadlines

Training Course Outline

Topics to be covered

  • Having a plan: Identifying clear priorities – what’s urgent and what’s important?
  • Saying ‘no’ appropriately as and when needed
  • Recognising and dealing with issues that steal your time
  • Task leadership and collaboration skills
  • Gaining co-operation from others – delegation skills
  • Influencing and stakeholder management skills
  • Developing team members
  • Motivating and inspiring others to high performance
  • Effective communication skills