CH107

Effectively Managing Time and Priorities

Transition from wasted time to well-managed time.

94%

overall satisfaction for this course

?Average calculated from scores obtained from 6194 participants who took this course.
  • Duration 2 days
  • Regular fee 935
  • Preferential fee 795?
  • Locations
    • Montreal
    • Quebec City
    • Ottawa
    • Gatineau
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Accreditation and partners association

  • Project Management Institute 12 PDU
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Objectives

To provide the knowledge and skills required to recognize symptoms and causes of poor time management, implement appropriate solutions, identify time wasters and control or eliminate their causes.

Targeted audience

Any audience.

Prerequisite

None.

Content

  • The Era of Speed: 5 pitfalls and their effects on behaviour
  • Magical vs. realistic thinking
  • Managing one's energy: the key to performance
  • Tools for better managing time: communication, knowledge of self, analysis, micro-planning, rigour and perseverance
  • Taking the time to assess your situation: the key to success
  • The agenda: your most essential tool
  • Your daily logbook and the end of Post-it notes
  • Saving 22 minutes a day thanks to a good filing system
  • Setting priorities: urgent, short-term, medium-term, long-term
  • Assessing activities using the four-quadrant method: urgent vs. not urgent, important vs. not important
  • Learning how to delegate: overcoming resistance and developing your skills
  • The META technique for achieving a global overview
  • E-mailing: boon or bane?
  • Useless Meeting Syndrome: understanding what constitutes an effective meeting
  • Symptoms that may indicate you are trying to play the saviour
  • Symptoms of crisis management: moving from crisis management to planned management
  • Time-wasters: factors that reduce efficiency
  • A personal action plan for healthy time management
  • A time management toolkit

DATES*

*Unless stated otherwise, all sessions are in French.
  • Montreal

    October 23 to October 24 2017 - english version

  • Quebec City

    November 6 to November 7 2017

  • Montreal

    December 4 to December 5 2017

  • Montreal

    January 29 to January 30 2018

  • Quebec City

    February 14 to February 15 2018

  • Montreal

    February 15 to February 16 2018 - English version

  • Ottawa

    February 19 to February 20 2018 - english version

  • Gatineau

    April 11 to April 12 2018

  • Montreal

    April 16 to April 17 2018

  • Quebec City

    May 9 to May 10 2018

  • Montreal

    June 20 to June 21 2018

  • Gatineau

    July 9 to July 10 2018

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