Objectives of the trainingThe purpose of this training is to help participants discover the different facets and benefits of good time and priority management. They will learn how to recognize the elements that influence their relationship with time and how to maximize them in order to obtain better performance and achieve the desired objectives. At the end of this training, participants will be able to manage their time and priorities well, regardless of the circumstances.
Targeted audienceAny audience.
Associations and Partners Companies
There are several of them and their role is important since they will unclutter your brain, which will have time and space for the follow-up of the objectives.
- The diary - a planning tool, too often neglected
- To-do lists - directories par excellence
- The notebook - for peace of mind and to stop the proliferation of post-it notes
- E-mails - best practices for a mailbox that doesn't overflow
And avoid the most common pitfalls that affect productivity:
- Impatience, haste, multitasking and other classic and still very harmful
- Interruptions, how to limit their number and impact
- Backtracking: a little-known activity with great potential
- The absence of clear objectives, a good way to lose focus.
- Mistaking the role of savior, the ideal candidate for burn out
- Other time thieves
Use tools that avoid meeting fatigue and promote productive meetings
- Substantive approach: agenda, post mortem, etc.
- Approach to form: duration, participants, general conduct
Since everything tends to become a priority, it is time to prioritize them.
- Identify the issues, establish the impact, define a hierarchy
- Planning, organizing and adjusting
- The four quadrants of time management: the Eisenhower matrix
- Integrate the notion of added value in your priorities
- Staying on course by combining your micro objectives with the macro objectives of the organization
- Advantages of good management and disadvantages of bad management
- Knowing how to say no, a service to oneself and to others
- Develop self-discipline
Delegation as a driver of your productivity by leveraging your employees' skills and encouraging their autonomy
- The guiding principles of good delegation
- The organization of an effective and concrete delegation
- Authority matrix: sharing tasks but also decision-making power
- Putting your good intentions to the test
- Use your time management toolbox
Theoretical presentations 20% Practical exercises 50% Plenary discussions 30%