Developing Personal & Professional Skills

Developing Personal & Professional Skills - Time Management & Personal Effectiveness - Habits are powerful factors in our lives because they are consistent, often unconscious patterns, that impact on our effectiveness or ineffectiveness. Habits can be learned and unlearned, however to unlearn them involves a structured process and tremendous commitment. The prime objective of this programme is to show delegates how to increase their efficiency by utilising some of the principles of Stephen Covey’s ‘Seven Habits of Highly Effective People’.

"Time Management & Personal Effectiveness"

 

“So, What’s This Course About?”

 

Habits are powerful factors in our lives because they are consistent, often unconscious patterns, that impact on our effectiveness or ineffectiveness.

Habits can be learned and unlearned, however to unlearn them involves a structured process and tremendous commitment.

The prime objective of this programme is to show delegates how to increase their efficiency by utilising some of the principles of Stephen Covey’s ‘Seven Habits of Highly Effective People’.

The delegates will focus on each of the relevant habits relating to this course, starting with the feeling of being dependant on others compared to independence, how they are responsible for their own time through to combining their talents and abilities and those of the team  to achieve successful results every time.

Following this session an individual will be able to plan and prioritise their working day and master techniques for sticking to that plan.

Delegates will also learn how to manage their time management system through assertive behaviour and negotiation skills.

“Get Organised, Get Going & Get Ahead!”

“What Are The Objectives Of This Course?”

 

  • For delegates to understand the personal benefits to them of managing their time.
  • For each delegate to identify general guidelines for overall time planning appropriate to their own role.
  • For each delegate to develop communication skills to enable them to respond to the demands of others without jeopardising their own priorities.
  • For each delegate to prioritise effectively, thus becoming more proactive.
  • For each delegate to understand how to use the abilities & talents of their team to enhance productivity.
  • For each delegate to understand the fundamentals of delegation & how to achieve a win - win situation.
  • For each delegate to get organised, get going and get ahead!

 

“The Day Is Highly Practical, Interactive And Participative With The Emphasis On Developing Your Personal Effectiveness.

On The Day We Will Cover:”

 

Be Proactive – Principles Of Personal Choice

  • The consequences of poor time management.
  • Proactive & reactive language.
  • Understanding your natural preference to managing time.
  • Taking responsibility.

 

Begin With The End In Mind

  • Setting long term goals.
  • Identifying your centre.
  • Writing and using a personal mission statement.

 

Put First Things First

  • Organisational skills  - establishing your own time management system.
  • Managing priorities - action priority matrix.
  • Managing interruptions.
  • What it takes to say “no”.

 

Think Win Win

  • Success delegation skills.
  • Six paradigms of human interaction  - creating a win-win situation.
  • Summary and action plan.

 

“What Are You Waiting For... Contact Us Now To Book A Consultation & Learn More About This Course!”

 

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