HOW TO ORGANISE YOURSELF
It’s normal to be overloaded at work every now and then, especially during peak times.
However, if your ‘normal’ is drowning in emails, your desk looks like it’s been hit by a bomb and you struggle to hit deadlines, you could be giving the impression you’re a little disorganised.
The more you can live and work in an organized way – even if it doesn’t come naturally at first – the sooner you’ll change your habits for the better for you and those around you.
Is This Course for Me?
Do your days seem to slip away with little achieved? Do trivial tasks take greater importance than they should? Or you find it difficult extracting priorities from the mass of tasks and issues that come your way? By learning some simple ways to take control you can save time and work more efficiently as well as stress-free.
Course Contents Include
Know where you are going
- Organise your time
- Organise information
- Organise the way you work with others
- Organise your space and filing systems
- Use technology effectively
This course will help you to dramatically improve the way you work.
You’ll learn top tips on how to determine your goals, prioritize your tasks and manage your time
Practical advice on how to focus on the things that produce results will enable you to overcome distractions; build positive work habits; avoid information overload and make effective use of technology.
You’ll gain essential skills for career development with a thorough guide to determining goals, prioritising tasks and managing your time effectively.
You’ll learn practical tips that are easy to implement and will overhaul how you run your work and home life.
What Happens On The Day?
- Your one day course will commence at 9.30 am and close at 4.30 pm.
- Coffee will be served from 9.00 am
- You’ll receive all the learning materials you need
- You’ll receive a Post Training Action Plan to record personal action-oriented notes to help you apply your learning in the real world.
The world hates changes, yet it is the only thing that has brought progress.
Charles Kettering (1876–1958) US automobile engineer.
He developed the electric starter in 1912 and went on to discover tetraethyl lead as an antiknock agent and to define the octane rating of fuels.
If you would like more information about our courses then book a meeting with one of our professional consultants. All you need to do is fill out the contact form on the left and one of our team will be in touch with you shortly. The more information you can provide the better we will be able to assist you with your query.
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