How To Handle Multiple Demands On Your TimeIn Person
This new one-day seminar is based on the unique productivity-improvement and stress-reduction principles developed by Dale Carnegie in his book, "How to Stop Worrying and Start Living". You’ll begin by learning to prioritize projects in terms of their payoff – where can you get the biggest bang for your “time buck”. Next you’ll see how to lock out mental distractions so that you can concentrate the enormous power and energy of your mind on your priorities. You’ll be amazed at how much more you can do – and how much more effectively you operate – when your attention is totally and completely focused. By using techniques like “day-tight compartments” and “magic formula decision making”, you will actually train your mind to be laser sharp all the time. You’ll learn to cut through the clutter, zero-in on the real issue, deal with it and move on.Data en locaties bekijken
Wat je zal leren
- Set priorities by pay-off potential - Seal off mental distractions - Focus on the job at hand with laser intensity - Identify your personal time-wasters - Make quick, effective decisions using the magic formula - Align your priorities to match your performance goals - Defeat stress by eliminating 50% of your business worries - Juggle competing priorities - Turn meetings from a waste of time into productive time - Live in day-tight compartments - Organize your work space for improved efficiency
Waarom je het wil leren
- Gain an understanding of where your time is spent - Develop the mind-set to overcome time management obstacles and work more efficiently - Identify tools to plan, organize, and manage your time - Leverage your time and increase productivity by reducing stress and working smarter, not harder - Plan and conduct effective meetings
Hoe het je zal helpen
This powerful program will give you four work habits that will banish fatigue and energize you to accomplish more than you ever thought possible. In addition, it will help you deal with the monumental, twin technological time wasters – the avalanche of e-mail and the telephone tag caused by voice mail.