To identify common causes of work/role overload which impact on achieving work outcomes and develop strategies to manage these activities and enable you to become more effective in your work and manage time more efficiently.
Understand the common sources and impact of work/role overload
Self-assess sources relating to work/role overload which impact on self
Assessing motivation and rewards in relation to new ways of working
Develop strategies to organise self and work activities
Setting targets, maintaining new practices and managing change
Participants are challenged to evaluate their current approach to managing their priorities and dealing with multiple assignments.
The workshop addresses these issues at a time when work complexity and expectations are increasing whilst work outcomes are still needing to be thorough and accurate as well as being delivered on time.
This course is intended for new and existing managers who wish to improve personal well-being and progress towards organisational outcomes by balancing their activities/role and personal lives more effectively.
At the end of the programme, participants will be able to:
Identify the current constraints on properly me managing their workload
Apply a range of good practice measures to manage their time more effectively.
Identify ways in which working and lifestyle practices and behaviour can change to better manage their time.
Outline of Topics:
A review of work and wellbeing
Common sources of work/personal overload
Time management/new habits and the brain
Considering motivation and payoffs for new ways of working
Developing strategies and managing personal change
The venue for this course will be at our Training Centre at the Regus Centre, 111, Buckingham Palace Road, London Victoria.
This venue is directly beside Victoria Station and provides a wide range of catering facilities for delegates to choice from for their lunch breaks. For those delegates who choice to cycle to the venue, shower facilities are available – please request this facility in advance of the start of the course.