Where Did The Time Go?



“Most people do not think they waste their time. The facts tell a different story. Being busy is not the same as being productive.” - Graham Phelps



Time is a precious resource that we often feel we don’t have enough of. Yet, in most instances the problem with time management is not that there isn’t enough time in the day, but how we go about utilising the time we have.

According to a survey conducted by Darius Foroux, 80% of people procrastinate for at least one hour daily, and Atlassian found that the average employee spends 2 hours per day recovering from distractions!

Our Time Management course is jam-packed with tips and techniques on how to manage your time. We take a much-needed pause to think about how we manage ourselves, our workload, and our combined efforts. 

This course begins with enhancing self-awareness about current time management pitfalls and then moves into exploring how to enhance self-management. We then explore practical solutions to better planning and collaboration methods. 

By the end of the course, delegates will have a range of new ideas to make significant changes to habits, routines, and attitudes. It’s about time!

If you are interested in doing a Time Management course, check out KZN Business Training Centre.

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