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Every minute of your day impacts you, your family and your business. If you are finding yourself overloaded with work and stretched so much that you cannot set priorities, this is the right course for you. Learn to develop a clear sense of purpose, to structure priorities, to overcome negative behavior patterns, and leverage practical strategies to balance your work and personal time. In this highly inter-active one-day synchronous course, you will learn to effectively prioritize and manage your time so that you can make better decisions, meet deadlines, and achieve goals.

Topics:

  • Introduction to time and priority management
  • Assessing your time management skills
  • Recognizing Time management challenges and traps
  • Mastering Prioritization tools
  • Gaining control over activities to enhance personal and team productivity
  • Managing your activity logs and to-do lists
  • Learning effective Goal setting
  • Building healthy habits

Learning Outcomes:

  • Focus consistently on priorities
  • Get more done in less time
  • Reduce dead time in your team
  • Gain control over high volume of tasks and emails
  • Use the 4D approach to time management
  • Overcome procrastination
  • Be more organized managing your files and inbox
  • Manage conflicting priorities
  • Schedule and meet deadlines
  • Manage interruptions and minimize distractions
  • Set SMART goals

Contact

Eden Jaycock
250-391-2513
Continuing.Studies@RoyalRoads.ca

royal roads

Details

Start:
November 23, 2021 @ 9:00 am PST
End:
November 24, 2021 @ 4:00 pm PST
Cost:
$495
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https://pcs.royalroads.ca/time-and-priority-management-synchronous

Venue

Online

Organizer

British Columbia Institute of Technology

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