Experts in Change Adoption and Training
Duration 1-2 day(s)
The pressures of today’s business environment can be significant, so if you want to take control, become a master of your own time and become more productive and efficient, then this Time Management Training is for you.
Time is the one resource that we are all given equally; what we do with the time is the difference in what we achieve and what we do not. However, it is not quite that static or simple and the answer is not in action taken alone but what action and when.
How we each relate to time is different, and without this understanding, no amount of time management strategies will make a sustainable difference, and better time management habits will never be sustainable.
This course will help you understand your dynamic relationship with time and how you can apply the time management strategies to achieve sustainable results.
While you will see efficiencies gained, you will also find yourself being more effective in a way that is ecological and feels good, which means your new habits in better time management will continue long term.
This training is highly beneficial for anyone at any level of the organisation. The training will be specifically customised by Glass Rock Solutions for your group of attendees.
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