Time management is the process of planning and exercising conscious control of the time you spend on activities, allowing you to work smarter. The Introduction to Time Management Course Pack provides an overview of what time management is and how to gain the time management skills you need to prioritize your most important work. You’ll learn about aligning each goal with your employer’s expectations, clarifying your goals and how to establish and schedule priorities based on these goals.
This Course Pack series contains three online courses:
In this course, you’ll consider how you’re spending your time now and what techniques you can use to spend it more wisely and productively. You’ll learn to block the time stealers that interfere with your productivity, use to-do lists and schedules to organize your time and tasks, and develop a regular habit of checking in with your plans to make sure you’re getting them done.
If you want to manage your schedule and make your time count, you must be organized. But to stay organized, you need to check your progress. This means developing schedule management skills. The stress and potential for mistakes grows when you don’t spend time organizing your time. In this course, you’ll discover how schedule management can help you regain control of your time. You’ll learn how to leverage your personality to boost your productivity and explore techniques for dealing with time stealers. And you’ll learn how to create practical to-do lists and keep them relevant and realistic.
The amount of time available to you is constant – you can’t buy more and you can’t save it for later. However, by managing your time, you can increase your productivity. And the better you understand your own personal productivity, the easier it will be to manage your time effectively. In this course, you’ll learn about how you can use task management to maximize your productivity. You’ll discover the benefits of using time management and assessing the value of your tasks. You’ll learn about benefits of setting goals and how productivity is tied to your ability to assess time and set priorities. And you’ll also learn about the process of “chunking” your time and how to use different types of to-do lists effectively.
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