What is the point of time management?
Featured in the Time to be Effective! - Time Management Training training manual
By Christine Chun
Credit price: 3 download credits (Single user)
Everyone is an individual and it is unrealistic to think that there can be one prescriptive time-management approach that will work for all. However, most of us will be aware of and recognise similar symptoms and it is important to be open-minded to the variety of ‘cures’ available. This training activity helps develop this open-minded approach and gives participants the opportunity to identify their long-term goals. Then they will be clear about what they want to achieve and why.
You begin this training activity by giving the participants a case study illustrating the potential dangers of dismissing the benefits of a course. You then ask the participants to complete a questionnaire to help them identify their personal long-term goals and how they need to use these goals to make the skills they learn real and relevant to them.
Who is it for: This training resource is intended for use by trainers to enable participants address the reluctance to change.
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Purpose: This training resource is intended for use by trainers and can be useful at the beginning of a chosen range of training activities to gain participants’ commitment towards the need to adopt good time-management principles. It can be particularly beneficial for those who have a tendency to attend courses but not put the new skills they have learnt into practice.Download the training activity, What is the point of time management? as featured in the Fenman training manual; Time to be Effective! - Time Management Training