COURSES FOR EMPLOYEES AND WORKERS

Time management skills

Same property of 24 hours a day, some people always seem to have enough time to do everything they want – while others hustle from tasks to tasks, having difficulty getting anything done.

To know your current time management is effective or not, trying answering the following questions:

  • Do you have time to do things you enjoy?
  • Are you always in a rush and often late?
  • Do you often cancel interesting activities outside of work because you are too busy?
  • Do you always feel there is a lack of time in the day?
  • Are you frustrated and impatient?

If you have ever asked any of the above questions in your heart, learn more about “Time management skills”

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COURSE OVERVIEW

Name of the course: Time management skills
Object: Employees, workers, and interns
Training time: 2 – 3 days (designed as customer’s requirements)
Language: Vietnamese
Lecturers: Vietnamese
Forms of training: Inhouse or Public workshop
Training methods: Lecture presentation, discussion, and practice are organized in the classroom

PURPOSE OF COURSE

  • Recognize waste of time and devise strategies to eliminate them.
  • Understand and know how to apply time management tools and techniques to optimize work efficiency.

TRAINING CONTENT IN THE COURSE

1. Overview of Time and time management

  • What are you doing with a 24 hour day?
  • Why must we manage time effectively?
  • Practice: Tests how you use your time

2. 6 principles for effective time management

  • Principle of pickles box
  • Parkinson’s Principle
  • The 80:20 Rule
  • SMART Principles
  • First thing first rule
  • POMODORO Principles

3. Make a time management plan

  • Set goals (SMART) and manage targets according to (M.B.O)
  • Identify and analyze resources
  • Set up work schedule by week, month, quarter, year
  • Practice: Make monthly detailed plan of work

4. Time management tools and techniques

  • Time management matrix:
  • Quadrant I: Important and urgent;
  • Quadrant II: Important and not urgent;
  • Quadrant III: Not important and urgent;
  • Quadrant IV: Not important and not urgent
  • Introducing a number of popular tools and time management software

5. Course review, action plan, and certification

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