Targeted audienceAny audience.
- Manage tasks efficiently and avoid forgetting anything
- Set priorities and stick to them
- Manage emergencies and unforeseen events
- Avoid forgetting anything
- Plan efficiently for day-to-day, medium- and long-term needs
- Identify and reduce time-wasters
- Manage your e-mails
Good time management optimizes productivity, reduces stress and helps you achieve your goals more effectively. Our method is simple, tangible and applicable!
- Diagnose your time management method
At the end, participants will be able to diagnose the time management method they have developed over time. In particular, they will be able to identify the best practices that will enable them to better manage their workload and carry out their multiple tasks and follow-ups.
- Initial reflection and exercise on priorities
- Exercise to identify the manager's workload
- The eight laws and principles of time management
- Finding solutions to this complexity
- First pillar-Efficient planning for the short, medium and long term
Planning is the cornerstone of time management. Our approach optimizes planning, while reducing the amount of time that needs to be devoted to it. It combines rigor and flexibility. Participants will also learn how to align their IT tools with good planning practices.
- Principles of good use of time management and collaborative tools
- The importance of centralizing information in a single tool, and how to achieve this
- How to manage time-consuming tasks and projects
- The importance of calculating and taking into account your manageable time to better control unforeseen events.
- How to implement the new method
- Second pillar - Prioritizing
Prioritization is certainly the soul of time management. It's what gives real meaning to our actions. In this module, we'll look at the criteria that should guide us in identifying our priorities.
- How to set priorities :
. What criteria determine whether an activity is a priority?
. Knowing and interpreting the Eisenhower matrix
. Plan your priorities according to value-added activities
- The time boxing method
- Planning and prioritizing value-added activities according to your role.
- Third pillar - Sticking to your plan
While it's true that planning is the foundation of time management, it's even more important to stick to it. This ability is based on a series of golden rules which are the key. We begin this module with a self-assessment test that enables participants to position themselves in relation to some of their own methods and attitudes. This will enable them to adopt certain key gestures that can make all the difference.
- Identifying time-suckers for self and team
- Key time management actions to implement
. How to organize files and e-mails
. Effective e-mail lifecycle management techniques
. Techniques for managing novelty and staying on course
. Techniques for never forgetting anything
. How to manage multiple tasks while staying on course
. Grouping tasks
. Controlling your telecommunications
. Controlling interruptions
. How to negotiate your schedule
. Maximizing your efficiency at work
. Effective communication
Interactive presentations Illustrations with concrete examples Demonstration of the proposed methods Practical exercises Self-evaluation test Action plan completed during the training
Type of training
The time management method presented in this training is adapted to several platforms: Outlook, Office 365, Gmail and Google Calendar, Lotus Notes, Apple, Groupe Wise, Thunderbird, Evernote
Complete reference manual Configuration guide according to the software used Complete online time management skills self-assessment test sent one month after the training