Time Management: Prioritization And Productivity

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This course is designed for those interested to learn the how to properly manage their time, improve prioritization of tasks and increase productivity.

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About This Coursebeginner

Do you ever feel super busy but know you’re not getting much accomplished?

Are you tired of not knowing what to work on or what is a priority?

Do you ever feel like no matter how hard you work there always seems to be something hanging over your head?

We understand! Time is our most valuable commodity and there is nothing worse than feeling like we’re wasting it.

That’s why we’ve dedicated ourselves to implementing the most effective and simplest time management strategies in our business. In this course we’ll teach you proven, simple, easy to implement tools and strategies that are utilized by top organizations, and which we use ourselves.

The truth is, with so many responsibilities it can be challenging to make the best use of your time.

This time management course will help you:

  • Increase productivity and get more done in less time
  • Stop wasting time by eliminating time-wasters
  • Avoid overwhelm with prioritization hacks
  • Set goals based on desired outcomes to ensure your effort will achieve your goal
  • Manage your time, your projects, or your team
  • Create weekly plans that help you stay organized and avoid procrastination
  • Stay focused and avoid common distractions
  • Identify your most and least productive activities, clients, and employees
  • Feel confident that you’re making progress and focusing on top priorities
  • Take control of your emails, your time, and your life

What are the requirements?

  • Ability to print course materials.

What will I learn?

  • Increase productivity and get more done in less time
  • Stop wasting time by eliminating time-wasters
  • Avoid overwhelm with prioritization hacks
  • Set goals based on desired outcomes to ensure your effort will achieve your goal
  • Manage your time, your projects, or your team
  • Create weekly plans that help you stay organized and avoid procrastination
  • Stay focused and avoid common distractions
  • Identify your most and least productive activities, clients, and employees
  • Feel confident that you’re making progress and focusing on top priorities
  • Take control of your emails, your time, and your life

Who is the target audience?

  • Managers, supervisors, employees, team leads, or project managers who want to manage their time, their project, or their team
  • Anyone who wants to stop wasting time, avoid distractions, stop procrastinating, stay focused, increase productivity, plan and prioritize

Our Promise to You

By the end of this course, you will have learned how to manage your time, improve prioritization of your tasks and increase productivity.

30 Day Money Back Guarantee. If you are unsatisfied for any reason, simply contact us and we’ll give you a full refund. No questions asked.

Get started today and learn more about time management, prioritization and productivity.

Course Curriculum

Course Sections

Introduction

Focusing On Outcomes

Creating A Weekly Ta-Da List: Part 1

Creating A Weekly Ta-Da List: Part 2

Prioritization: Narrowing It Down

Prioritization: When To Change Course

Staying Focused: External Distractions

Staying Focused: Internal Distractions

Taking Breaks

The Importance Of The 80/20 Rule

Avoid Time Wasters

Say No to Multitasking

Mastering Email: Part 1

Mastering Email: Part 2

Conclusion

Reviews

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2 student reviews
  1. Yelizaveta says:

    Good concept to apply....kind of short....but I guess that is because it's now time to apply
    I defiantly liked the writing along the part that way I can always have something to look to. And will be doing the Pomodoro and the the Ta-Da list. Excited!

  2. Nikisha says:


    Good content and a good amount of time. There were some typo errors. The woman is a great speaker.