Time Management

Course Summary

A one-day course that is designed for anyone in business who needs to manage their day so that they get through the important tasks without too much stress or anxiety, to make them feel in charge and on top of their work!  By the way — a little stress is okay—it’s keeping it little that you’ll learn on this course.


Get on top of your diary and learn to make meetings more effective—a double benefit!


World Class Training


Managing Time is hardly possible.  You can only manage yourself.  Time management is not easy for anyone. You probably have many pressures, interruptions and ‘balls to juggle’ or ‘plates to spin’, to use familiar analogies!  For many people, it’s hard to say “no”, especially if they’re your boss, or a trusted co-worker. You can use the Urgent/Important Matrix to decide if a task or project is truly worth your time, or if it’s something you should say “no” to.


Do you know when you’re most focused during the day? For some people it could be when they first come in to work. Others may feel more energetic and focused late in the afternoon. Using your peak time wisely can help you add time during the day, because you’ll get more done, freeing up more time to do other things.


Every time you’re interrupted, it can take you a few minutes to regain the focus you had before. So, learning how to manage interruptions successfully and minimise distractions can add significant time to your day.


Effectively Managing Meetings is one of the most vital components for the effective use of time. So many people quote boring, unproductive meetings as being a ‘waste of time’, that some sense of it all is needed.

By means of discussion, questionnaires, practical exercises, as well as trainer input, you will learn techniques for long-term and short-term personal planning (time management techniques) which will help you to work effectively under pressure and get results.

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Sydney, Melbourne


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Where Does My Day Go?

  • The 120 Hour Plan
  • Workload Analysis
  • Covey’s Circles

Does Everyone Work the Same Way?

  • Your Programming
  • Your Preferred Work Style
  • Work that Flows


  • What are the challenges in following a solid priority list?

Setting Goals

  • Goals should be SMART


  • The Four D’s
  • The Mayonnaise Jar

Delegating to Find More Time

  • 5 Steps to Delegate
  • I Have No-one to Delegate To


  • Types of Assertion


  • Types of Meetings

Cornell Note Taking System


In this course you will:

  1. Build time management skills and know-how.
  2. Organise yourself and your workspace for peak efficiency.
  3. Identify the right things to do and develop plans for doing them.
  4. Develop useful techniques for setting and achieving goals.
  5. You will cover the following meeting management skills:
  • Making and changing (when necessary) meeting arrangements covering different types of meetings legal and ethical requirements.
  • Meeting minutes taking processes, such as note taking, checking minutes and making them useful.
  • Documenting meetings including notices, agendas and papers.