Why this training?
As an HR manager, you want to give everyone in the organization the opportunity to find better balance in their work and gain more control over incoming orders and information. The result of efficient time management? Less stress, a greater sense of well-being, a result-oriented mind-set and greater productivity.
The ‘time management’ training shows your employees how to organize their agenda in a balanced manner and get a better grip on the incoming flow of orders and information. ‘Own choices’ and ‘attention’ are key elements in this respect.
Option 1: free registration within the organization
- One to two-day trajectory
- Beforehand: intake form and contracting
- Intermediate support via mail with assignment and app
- Optional: intervision sessions / Skype coaching afterwards
Option 2: embedded team trajectory
Same elements as with free registration, with the following possible extras:
- Preparation with the managers in charge
- One-day training in team: in addition to the individual action plan, there is also a team action plan. We make sure to promote both feedback within the team as well as team agreements on time management.
- Follow-up: we provide support to the manager on team appointments and/or an individual session on the work floor and/or a Skype coaching session
Common thread throughout the one-day training
The training is a true hands-on day. Every participant brings their own laptop and makes improvements to their own mailbox, agenda, planning system …
We start the day with some experiential exercises to bring to the fore the questions, needs and problems of each participant with respect to managing time and work. All the participants assess their own working system and look for improvements. They are assisted by the coach/trainer who offers a number of tips, tools and best practices. All the participants also give each other feedback. In this way, we promote a maximum exchange of knowledge and experience. The result? A number of tips and tricks that have already been tested during the day and an individual action plan with concrete intentions to experiment with, and apply, the content of the training.
Some of the themes that are addressed:
- How do I deal with the constant influx of e-mails, orders and information?
- How do I deal with interruptions, meetings, assignments that had to be finished yesterday, a boss who does not accept ‘no’…?
- How do I set priorities and create a schedule?
- How do I plan time to be creative and proactive?
- How do I organise myself so that I can go home at the end of a working day feeling content and satisfied?
- How do I shield myself from all the pressure?
- How do I get my work done?