The most common Time Management problem is that people are reactive rather
than proactive. Rather than acting towards long-term goals, they react to
external pressures. Baker Communications Time Management workshop teaches
participants how to reverse this process. Through stimulating and interactive
participation and analysis of their own data, participants learn a set of tools
which they can apply on a continuing basis.
In this high-powered one-day working session, you will identify and overcome
barriers to effective time management issues. Proven time management and
prioritizing skills will help you to concentrate on how to help determine how
much time, energy and resources is needed.
On-Site Training: can be tailored to the needs of client organization and
delivered on-site at time and location of client choice.
Participants will learn to:
- Achieve better results through more effective planning and clarifying
- Spend more time doing tasks that will allow you to achieve your end
- Say no to unreasonable requests
- Understand personalities and how to handle interpretations
- Put things into perspective
- Plan effectively and organize paper work
- Gain a balance between professional goals and personal time
- Use time management tools more effectively
- Set goals and prioritize them to determine if activities are
- Apply a critical-path network system to estimate time and activities
required for reaching objectives
- Use less time putting out fires each day
- Delegate effectively and discard the majority of paper that crosses your
- Implement effective resource management
"I was very pleased with the presentation last Wednesday. Some of the
individuals have participated in numerous time management sessions, but they
felt like they came away with new information. The real value comes to us when
our sales people actually begin implementing the suggestions.
In our Management Team meeting this morning, one of our strong skeptics
announce that we need to consider utilizing outside companies such as yours in
future programs. He thought it was very well done and received.
Thank you for your help. Shelby did a great job!"