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ACCENT CONSEIL

Accent Conseil

optimise your working time

 

We are all busy. We all have tight deadlines & last-minute demands & challenges to deal with, and we all need to know how to master time management tools to deal with those issues.

 

But mastering the tools isn’t enough, we need to develop and implement strategies and techniques to maintain our attention on using them effectively in order to make them key resources.

 

OBJECTIVE

Have the tools and the strategies to efficiently and effectively optimise working time

TARGETED SKILLS

 Ability to use and maintain focus on the implementation of the tools and the strategies

PARTICIPANT PROFILE

People whose working time is based on their objectives, not their contractual working hours, employees who work from home, students

PRE-REQUIREMENTS

 

Experience of management or training 

CUSTOMISATION

Based on pre-course questionnaire results, focus for workgroups on different tools will be adapted

EVALUATION

Of the trainee:

- Quizzes during the training day & Presentation of plans to use the tools

Of the training:

Post training survey

TRAINING METHODS

  Pre-course work analysis, Resource creation in groups, Interative exchange of experiences

SUPPORT MATERIALS

Digital presentations, videos,  written and / or digital hand-outs

PROGRAM

 Day 1– TIME MANAGEMENT TOOLS

 

 

Module 1 : Can we really manage time?

  • What does “optimizing our working time” mean?

  • What tools are already in use to optimise working time?  

  • In which three key areas do those tools need to be applied?

Module 2 :  Time management tools

  • Setting SMART objectives

  • Prioritising tasks

  • Planning projets, tasks & workflow

  • Scheduling planned & review work

  • Avoiding procrastination

  • Delegating work

  • Organising working space & resources

30’ Pre-course e-learning + two days classroom training (16hrs) + post-course project 

Day 2 –  TIME OPTIMISATION STRATEGIES

 

 

Module 3: Defining what Attention is

  • What is « attention» & how does it differ from « Focus”?

  • Involuntary & voluntary attention

  • Narrow & broad focus attention

Module 4: Auditing Attention levels

  • Workplace practices, policies and environments

  • Circadian Rhythms  

  • Working habits

Module 5: Improve your attention

  • Physically – sleep, exercise, diet and hydration

  • Psychologically – Mindfulness, Meditation & Memorisation

  • Practically – Just say no, take technology fasts, create distraction to-do-lists, set the scene

 

For more information on this training, please contact us.