This topic contains a range of tools to help you run a session on time management.
The objective of this tool is to help the learner to clarify the bigger picture within which they need to make judgements about the use of their time.
Use this tool to provide an approach to goal-setting that involves the help of a friend or 'buddy'.
Use this tool to focus on good email habits and to help participants to find ways of avoiding time-stealing habits.
This tool can be used to help participants explore this aspect of personal organisation and time management and develop some new habits and new strategies for dealing with procrastination.
You can use this tool to help participants review their use of the phone to assess how and where it impacts on their use of time.
This tool can be used to provide participants with a number of different bases on which to prioritise the use of their time.
Use this tool to show managers the difference between 'progress' tasks and 'maintenance' tasks.
Use this tool to show managers the effectiveness of regularly using a 'to do' list to improve time management.
This tool can be used to show managers how to use a time log to show the difference between how they should be spending their time and how they are actually spending their time.
This tool can be used to outline to participants when and how they might consider saying 'no' to more workload.
Use this tool to position delegation within the context of time management and personal organisation, and to identify activities that are useful and appropriate for participants to delegate.
Use this tool to help participants to formalise their ideas on what they want to do differently into a plan.