Identifying how much time is taken up in doing Unimportant things; acknowledging whether sufficient time is set aside for proper consideration for really essential decisions; accepting which activities could be done by someone else.
Your own approach
Good time management is about developing a positive approach, a positive attitude and the motivation to change
Estimating how long jobs need, and then responding flexibly, on a day-to-day basis, to focus on priorities until tasks are completedsuccessfully
For example, the skills to plan and lead a complex work activity
Facilitating innovation and change
Being able to assess the implications of change so that you can manage it effectively, and strategies to encourage innovation in your team
Techniques for making strong, effective decisions, and finding and implementing solutions
What are the Course Outcomes?
The key principles in preparing yourself for a professional approach to setting team objectives to achieve your targets.