Time Management Skills Training Course Material


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Some training courses, like time management skills, are so recognizable that they need no explanation – they speak for themselves.

But, not everybody has the time to create these courses from scratch.

Sometimes it is actually easier to download the training course material you need, add your own logo, and brand the content as your own.

Not because it’s impossible to create the content or anything like that. But, because it will save you time and effort.

This time management skills training course will meet the challenges faced by line staff, human resource professionals, general managers, and senior executives wishing to improve their time management skills.

What you’ll get

  • 53-page participant manual.
  • 74 powerpoint slides.
  • Practical exercises.
  • Further reading.
  • Course evaluation form.
  • Action plan.

Learning objectives

At the end of this training course your participants will be able to:

  • Understand time management.
  • Understand a range of tools, techniques, and concepts.
  • Use these techniques to build a time management process.
  • Explain the benefits of an effective time management process.

Course overview

The best time management skills are key to being successful.

In fact, organized people tend to excel in what they do.

And, in a competitive environment, people need to use their time wisely so as to meet their goals.

To succeed, people need to move beyond the ordinary and develop skills that will propel them forward.

Which is exactly what participants will learn to do in this course.

The course is for people serious about developing their time management skills, and who are ready to bring their learning to the next level.

Course outline

Below, we break down how you can present the 7 key sections of this training course.

1. Introduce your audience to time management

There are skills that your audience wants – a life where they can better manage their time and an environment where they are in control of their pain points.

You need to put yourself in their shoes and use the content provided to:

  • Stress that managing time is one of the underlying areas within most corporate training programs.
  • Drive home that there are practical tips and robust approaches that can be shared. All of which, will deliver positive outcomes for them.
  • Explore “what is time management”.
  • Share how to view time as a commodity.
  • Inform your audience on various habits, types of time, and the concept of estimating time.

2. Put your audience at ease with time management principles

Why does your audience need what you’re presenting?

How is it going to make their life better?

Maybe these are questions that you don’t always consider.

However, when you show that you can relate to their challenges, it will make it easier for you to share solutions that they will accept.

That’s why we’ve done some of that heavy lifting for you.

You can use the content provided to:

  • Discuss critical theories like the Spent Time Matrix and a Quadrant 2 Person.
  • Look at time-based management.
  • Focus on time and resources.
  • Examine the pre-analysis of performance, goals, and objectives.
  • Discuss the concept of systemization.

3. Expect people to be interested in productive work

This section promotes just how important it is to focus on productive work – which is especially important for any audience that talks about having “no time to do anything.”

You can use the content to:

  • Discuss the difference between productive work versus busy work.
  • Add company or industry-specific examples to further ground your audience’s learning. Be sure to take your time and wherever possible encourage further feedback from your audience.

4. Make it easy for them to understand crisis management

Your presentation will cover a lot of aspects. And, this knowledge is important.

Always remember that your audience isn’t just interested in knowledge – they’re interested in the knowledge that will benefit them directly.

To target this goal, you can:

  • Discuss how crisis management has become something of a buzzword in the business community.
  • Link poor crisis management with poor time management.
  • Show how greater unpredictability within the company can create a negatively charged and stressful work environment.

Not only does this content connect your audience to situations where time management is needed, but it increases their awareness of key time management skills.

It will also show them how to apply this learning. Plus, they’ll develop more understanding. And, they will build more practical skills.

5. Highlight how better planning will reduce stress levels

If you want someone to learn something, they’ve gotta know how they can use this knowledge.

When it comes down to delivering this section of the course, keep the content focused on reducing stress levels.

Want to know how you can do this?

Simply present the content as provided to shape how your audience:

  • Uses prioritization to avoid disorder.
  • Examines rules for managing time.
  • Handles emergencies.

6. How to be better at planning

Remember that when you talk about better planning – there’s more than one way to communicate key ideas with your audience.

For best results, use the materials provided to:

  • Examine time management systems.
  • Share your personal experiences to encourage greater audience engagement.
  • Provide an understanding of goals and the use of a time-span.
  • Highlight quality time.
  • Discuss the crucial area of managing your phone.

7. How to add practical skills using proven tips and techniques

How many times have you said you must manage your time better and then never actually do anything about it?

Well, your audience will have similar experiences.

And, if you want your audience to change their behavior then you need to give them reasons and the tools need to change.

Now you’re ready to use the content to explore approaches like time logs, documents, and managing interruptions.

Thankfully, you don’t need to apply too much effort to present this course.

Access to Powerpoint presentation slide decks, participant manuals, practical exercises, and expert guides will focus everything on a common goal: improving the time management skills of your audience.

Order this training course material on time management skills now!

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Getting started

If you’re looking to deliver your own training session – whether for an in-house training course, virtual training event, or even a team training workshop – here are some bonus themes to consider as you deliver this training course.

  • Your audience is the only reason why you need excellent content.
  • When it comes to the detail, you can use this course material to explore how to manage time effectively. For best results, you should use the content to examine how to better manage time and how to avoid procrastination. To offer more practical skills, you can also use the content to instruct your audience on how to create SMART goals.

Did you know …?

Did you know that we link our course development process with Google’s dynamic “people also ask” search feature?

That way, you get content that is always practical and relevant.

Here are the top searches that we’re seeing people asking about time management skills:

  1. What skills are needed for time management?
  2. What are the main time management techniques?
  3. What is effective time management?
  4. What is the purpose of time management?
  5. What are the objectives of time management?
  6. What are the 5 key elements of time management?
  7. What are time management tools and techniques?
  8. How can I improve my time management skills?
  9. How can I improve my prioritization skills?
  10. What are poor time management skills?

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