Planning and scheduling with a purpose support execution performance. Planning addresses the question: “what do I choose as priorities and how will I implement them”? Scheduling is about the “when”.
Effectiveness, time management and clean disk/ desk are a combination. So we need the plan, the tools and the working method adjusted and used accordingly in order to increase productivity (on-the-job performance).
We will focus on matching the purpose, process and skills, and use your Outlook/Lotus Notes. Since the limiting factor is time availability, we will have to choose the activities we go for versus the ones we drop.
We will cover the following topics:
- self-management (planning & scheduling)
- new habits to develop for effective management
- change your mindset as the key to behave differently
- learning by doing delivers results