Your time is critical, and there's never enough of it. Time-Management is not exceptionally difficult as a concept, but rather it's surprisingly hard to do in practice. It requires the investment of a little time to organize and prioritize things. Be that as it may, since we as a whole get the same 24 hours, can any anyone explain why some individuals accomplish a lot more with their time than others? The answer lies in good Time-Management. As you become more proficient and knowledgeable as a professional, it's important to continually raise the personal productivity bar for yourself. Your career and your overall sense of satisfaction depend upon your ability to become more efficient and effective in Time-Management skills. Time Management tools let you work smarter – not harder – so you accomplish more in less time.

Of course, in reality you can't manage time. In reality, Time-Management is self- management. Time-Management is a skill that takes time to develop and is different for each person. Your old Time-Management habits are your greatest obstacle to achieving higher levels of personal productivity. Prioritizing and scheduling your work is merely a start to organize your time better. In essence, Time-Management is about personal change. If you always do what you always did, you'll always get what you always got.

As important as it is for you to continually improve your personal productivity, it's even more important to continually raise the productivity of your team. Bodhih’s "Time-Management" workshop will include all the ingredients you need to jump start your quality of team work to the next level.

Key Learning Points:

Assessing your time management strengths & weaknesses

Removing the barriers to your productivity

Overcoming the procrastination habit

Focusing and staying in the zone

Learning to be present: the power of now

Managing tasks, projects, goals and ideas

Determining and managing priorities

Learning Areas from this Training Program

Increased individual productivity, accountability and commitment

Much more timely individual and team project completion

More effective communication throughout the organization

Less negative organizational stress

Improved teamwork

More control and value from your time and your life

Increased recognition and reward as a result of higher personal productivity levels

Understanding The Difference Between Urgent and Important

Ideal or Useful for:

Managers (All Levels)


Team Leaders

Ideal Group Size

12 to 15 Participants

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