Effective Time Management
Time is a form of currency, and the ways you talk about it illustrate its value: people say “Time is money,” and “My time was well spent,” or “It’s a waste of time.” Like most professionals, you’ve probably struggled with managing time effectively. In this course, you will acquire day-to-day time-management tools that will help you more effectively use your time so you can direct your energy towards fulfilling your short- and long-term professional and personal goals.
Your time is a precious and limited resource. Too often, you may feel frustrated that there aren’t enough hours in the day to accomplish everything you hope to do. Effective time managers enjoy the satisfaction of directing their talents and energy towards productive, goal-centered activities. By identifying improved time management and organizational skills, you, too, can use your time and energy effectively, focusing your efforts on the activities that will help you reach your goals.
Completion of this course will earn 0.575 CEUs.
- • Dates: Aug 6, 2021
- • Times: 9:00 am - 4:30 pm
- • Location: Lexington
- • Seats: 10
- • Price: $325
In this course, identify effective time-management strategies, including defining personal and professional goals, establishing priorities, and identifying the tasks that will be critical to achieving those goals. You will create a personal time-management action plan. You will:
– State your goals.
– Analyze how you are currently allocating your most precious resources: energy and time.
– Identify elements of your personal work style that contribute to your effective use of time.
– Assemble a collection of time-management tools and strategies that you can use to take control of your time.
– Create an action plan for your time-management process and identify ways to evaluate and improve your efforts.
Professionals in a variety of fields who are seeking improved time-management skills, so that they can meet their long-term goals and perform more effectively.
To ensure your success, we recommend you have some level of work experience in any of a variety of organizational settings, and general end-user computer and Internet skills. You may wish to take either of the following Logical Operation courses or have equivalent knowledge:
– Using Microsoft® Windows® 10
– Microsoft® Office Word 2016: Part 1 (Desktop/Office 365™)
Lesson 1: Defining Goals
- Define Time Management
- Describe Your Dreams
- Identify Regrets
- State Goals
Lesson 2: Analyzing Energy Allocation
- Create a Time Log
- Analyze Tasks
- Analyze Time Usage
- Analyze Energy Flow
Lesson 3: Identifying Personal Style
- Review a Successful Day or Project
- Analyze Your Preferences
- Identify Personal Strengths
- Identify Personal Motivators
- Reduce Time Wasters
Lesson 4: Assembling the Toolbox
- Negotiate for Success
- Delegate Tasks
- Choose Tools that Work for You
Lesson 5: Creating a Time-Management Action Plan
- Create the Action Plan
- Evaluate the Time-Management Action Plan