Time Management Training

Time management is important for your personal life and career success. It teaches you how to manage your time effectively and make the most of it. Time Management Training courses teach the skills on how to get the most from your day using prioritization, scheduling, goal setting, and other key time management skills, tools and techniques.

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Everybody has to manage their time to some extent whether it be at home or work. The sequence in which you perform tasks on an everyday basis has a profound effect.

If you've decided to study part-time, you should be thinking about how to get better at time management and organize your days so you can strike the right balance between home, work and your studies.

How well do you manage your time? Or are you like many of us and say
"There's just not enough time in the day'? These are all classic signs that you
may not be managing your time effectively.

It is a tradition to set goals at the beginning of each year, but sticking to those goals proves to be very challenging. According to numerous researches only 3% of people set goals, why so low I ask?

Poorly managed meetings will take employees away from what they are being paid to do; leaving phones unattended, emails unanswered and delaying in getting unfinished tasks up to date.

Do you find yourself zoning out for hours in front of the TV? You might be coping with stress.

We’re already a month into the New Year and if any of you feel the way I do, memories of summer holidays have long faded away as we dive back into the ‘daily grind’ of work, school and family.

How a leader manages his or her time is one of the most important aspects of the job.

We easily digress from our plans and intentions. To overcome this problem, start by reflecting on some simple questions like what are the basic time management principles? and what can be done to get the most out of a time management initiative?

In the current economic downturn, people want to know what to do when times are tough. The truth of the matter is that when markets are buoyant, clients are often more optimistic and open to change. There are 4 key habits that we can apply when the going gets tough.

time management tips

Brian Tracy, Chairman and CEO of Brian Tracy International, a company specializing in the training and development of individuals and organizations, teaches us six time management tips that you can use to improve your organizational skills and increase productivity.

We’ve all had days where we procrastinate, which is an “intentional delay of tasks”. To break this pattern or habit of procrastination requires motivation.

Is it possible to function effectively in a world with so many distractions?

According to a survey of time use conducted by Stats SA, South Africans spend roughly 121 minutes per day participating in meetings, which amounts to over 10 hours a week

The reality of today’s world is that time has become a hinder for most of us due to the demand to do more in less time - this can easily consume us on a daily basis especially in our jobs.

A disorganised office environment or workspace can often hinder productivity and lead to increased time wastage, essentially draining the business’ bottom line.

It is a tradition to set goals at the beginning of each year, but sticking to those goals proves to be very challenging. According to numerous researches only 3% of people set goals, why so low I ask?