The most valuable resource we have today is time

Today statements such as “I’m busy, busy!”, “I’m hectic!”, “I have too many things to do and not enough time to do it” are often heard especially as day to day time pressures increase and information overload persists.

Maintaining personal productivity can be challenging, especially in a stressful work environment. A recent Medibank report states that stress costs employers $10.11 billion a year in productivity losses and 3.2 days per worker, are lost each year through workplace stress.

Since human beings do not work at the same pace as computers and working harder doesn’t get you ahead or the promotion, only effective time and priority management strategies can assist in alleviating stress and increasing productivity.

Unlike other programs our one-day Time and Priority Management will help you realize that Time is a commodity you can choose to invest in wisely or see it squandered if not handled carefully.

Successful techniques will be given to assist in personal discipline, managing and prioritizing time and ensuring you have the skill to communicate effectively so as to ensure others do not steal it.

We define Time Management as the conscious control of the amount of time spent on work activities and the management of three basic foundations, which when addressed will maximize personal efficiency and achieve balance.


Objectives:


The First Foundation Pillar is “YOU.”

This means you must see your role as it actually is - then manage your behaviours to reflect that role - even when others have bad planning habits.

  • Changing ineffective personal beliefs held. Identifying your bad time habits, breaking them and replacing them with good habits
  • Psychological Factors examined include Procrastination and its consequences. Sub-conscious beliefs that sabotage Time Management, and Personal Discipline
  • Managing Stress
  • Balancing Your Life
  • Setting Goals
The Second Foundation Pillar is “Time.”

Most people want to do what is right in their working environment. They want to achieve their goals, their daily tasks, and in addition know the importance of communicating both upwards and to colleagues. The problem is finding the time and making those actions a priority.
  • Getting organised – identifying and focusing on the end results expected of your work unit
  • Action Planning – plan and produce daily and weekly schedules
  • Time-based and Purpose-based tasks
  • The Productivity Curve
  • Planning and prioritising
  • Controlling Emails
  • Controlling Paper
  • Reducing the effects of Information overload
  • Completing priorities under pressure
The Third Foundation Pillar is “APPROACH:”

Your approach to others will ensure that you can effectively delegate tasks and stop interruptions. If time equals money then it is important to stop others from stealing it.
  • Recognising the interdependence of your actions on the success of others
  • Communicating your expectations to enhance yours and your colleagues’ time
  • Dealing with interruptions from others
  • Controlling Telephone Calls
  • Understanding and knowing how to say No
  • Improving productivity in meetings



Our Contact Details

  •   Sydney, Australia
  •   (+61) 1300 883 652
  •   (+61) 1300 883 654
  • info@bfsdglobal.com












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