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22 468 85 52
Puławska 39/2, Warszawa

Time management – specialist training

Understanding the importance of planning and foreseeing oncoming events

Workshop description

The workshop is addressed to all those who wish to acquire skills in time management. The workshop provides tools to help participants set up goals and plan their achievement in a short-term and long-term perspective. Additionally, it helps them understand what priority means, how to consider it in their routine and how to complete priorities in the load of everyday responsibilities and tasks. The workshop is also an opportunity for self-reflection on one’s habits related to work organization, to look at time-eaters and the phenomenon of procrastination, i.e. postponing the execution of tasks for later.

Competence trained

  • The habit of pausing for a reflection on the task in progress and how it relates to my priorities
  • ‘Zen to done’ habits: Collect, Process, Plan, Do, Simple Trusted System, Organize, Review, Simplify, Routine, Find Your Passion
  • Short term and long term planning
  • Dealing with appearing new goals and tasks
  • Prioritizing in multi-tasking
  • Ability to evaluate the company productivity from the sharoholder’s perspective
  • Self-motivation and dealing with procrastination (postponing the execution of tasks)
  • Assertiveness supporting time management and folloving one’s own priorities

Adressed to

    • Specialists and middle level and junior managers

Games and techniques used

 

Subjective opinion: what distingushes this workshop from others available in the market

The workshop is based on chosen elements of time management proven practices: Zen To Done, GTD, 7 habits of highly effective people and newest psychology studies on habit creation. It provides very practical techniques that can be immediately implemented at work.

Awards

First prize for the game A Matter of Time at the Game Design Competition in 2010 organized in Vancouver during the annual conference of the North American Simulation and Gaming Association (NASAGA).

Chosen companies that have benefited from the specialist training on time management

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