This time management course is for people who want to take some time to look in detail at how to get the most from their time.
This is a practical training course focused on role-playing and the day-to-day practicalities of putting good time management into practice.
By the end of this course you will:
Jo has been a professional development coach and trainer for over 20 years. She is Chartered Institute of Professional Development (CIPD) certified.
She started her career in engineering before transferring to a leading pharmaceutical company. She spent 18 years there in a number of leadership and technical roles across a number of departments including HR, customer service and training.
Over the two days of this course, you will have the opportunity to explore in-depth how you use your time currently, how to make better use of your time and to investigate and apply what you’ve learned to produce a detailed plan for you to implement when you return to work.
There is lots of time to consider how the various techniques might work for you, and in your work environment, and to also share ideas with other participants as well as learning from your experienced trainer.
Please click on the sections below to see more detail about this course. Please note that the exact format of the course will be customised in order to focus on delegates’ biggest time management stumbling blocks.
We provide everything you’ll need for 2 really fun, productive days of training.
Our courses run from 9.30 am to around 4.30 pm.
You don’t need to bring anything with you as we provide everything that you will need for a great day’s training.
Please come wearing whatever you are comfortable in. We don’t have a dress code.
This course runs in conjunction with our sister company, Development Academy, which is focused on professional development training.
This course is for anyone who struggles with the day-to-day implementation of good time management practices.
If you ever feel any of the below, despite having a good understanding of time management techniques, you will find it very helpful: