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How to Improve Your Time-Management Skills

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Most among us are eager to do a better job of managing our time. The first step toward accomplishing this goal is to answer the question “What am I doing with the time I have?”

In other words, time management is self management.

This course focuses on self management tactics that translate into time-saving, time-maximizing results. It covers the management tools that help us structure ourselves in ways to save time, such as goal setting and prioritizing; and it advises on how to manage the day-to-day interruptions that rob us of our time. Included are examples, interactive elements, and several quiz questions that reinforce the key learning points and help prepare you for the course exam.
Certificate Programs:  This course may be purchased individually and is also included in our Professional Leadership Certificate.
You have 12 months from the date of registration to complete the course.

Estimated time of completion: 1.25 hours

ICRM Maintenance Credits: 1.0

Domain:  Leadership  

Level:  3

Course Learning Objectives
Upon completion of this course, participants will be able to:
1.     Set goals that result in better time management
2.     Prioritize your tasks and responsibilities to effect improved time management
3.     Identify and eliminate time crunchers
4.     Keep a time log and a daily planner
5.     Identify tips for facilitating productive meetings

Section 1: Time Management Tools
Upon completion of this section, you will be able to:
1.     List the three vital tools for effective time management
2.     Summarize an action plan and its common components
3.     Describe the meaning of SMART goals
4.     Describe the Eisenhower method of prioritizing
5.     List the steps in developing a to-do list
6.     Summarize the process of chunking

Section 2: Time Crunchers
Upon completion of this section, you will be able to:
1.     List the three common types of interruptions
2.     Cite examples of intrinsic, extrinsic, and organizational interruptions
3.     Summarize solutions for procrastinating
4.     Describe three common reasons we attempt to do too much
5.     Explain why we may be reluctant to delegate
6.     Summarize the best ways to manage a drop-in visitor
7.     Describe what makes a meeting unproductive
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