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Managing Oneself – Promoting a bias for action to get things done training course

Course code: ManOne

N.B. This is a Virtual classroom course.

Course overview

A 1 day course, involving two half day on-line workshops, followed by an individual coaching session. The programme aims to enable employees to understand how they manage their time from a psychological perspective and how to address unproductive thoughts and behaviours leading to their ineffectiveness.

Managing Oneself – Promoting a bias for action to get things done

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Benefits of attending for the learner

  • Increased self-awareness of their approaches to self-regulation and time management.
  • Acquire strategies to address barriers to ineffectiveness to improve output and quality.

Benefits of attending for the employer

  • Employees will be able to understand and self-assess their time management behaviours.
  • Employees can apply strategies to work smarter not harder.

What you will learn

  • Understand the importance of self-management and identify what this entails.
  • Identify the barriers to managing yourself and review strategies to deal with these.
  • Identify own prime time and be able to apply this at work to get tasks done.
  • Evaluate techniques/tools to improve decision making and procrastination.
  • Plan and organise to improve time/task management, setting SMART, challenging targets.
  • Apply techniques for working smarter not harder.

What qualifications will you achieve?

  • A Develop in-house course certificate.

How is this training delivered?

  • This course entails two 4 hour online delivery sessions (one week apart) via Microsoft Teams or Zoom followed by a 1 hour one to one coaching and action planning session.

What do I need to bring with me?

  • Prior to the two sessions, delegates will receive a diagnostic/questionnaire, SWOT and into action pack to complete and bring along to the on-line group events/individual coaching session.
  • Pen and paper to make notes.

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