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Time Management


Am presently looking to develop a time management course and am looking for some advice as to where best to look for information and some good games and excercises to include. Any advice gratefully recieved!
claire glover

6 Responses

  1. Time management
    I’ve got some ideas and information that you are welcome to take and make use of – give me a call on 07901 854217.

    Terry Bateman

  2. Course material available
    I have a variety of material available, some of which is linked into personality types. If you are interested, please e-mail with your fax number on [email protected]

  3. Time management needs to individualised.
    Having run many time management programmes, and read many, many books on the subject one of the most important pieces of information that have picked up is that what works for one person will not work for another. Many books, videos and exercises appear to offer a “solution”, but the success of this will vary greatly between one person and the next. This can be due to personality type, motivation, circumstances etc. If a TM programme is to be successful – and actually have an impact back in the workplace each individual needs to identify what their own barriers are and then to work out a method for overcoming these. On the whole these need to be in conjunction with line management as it often the managers who are causing their subordinates to have TM problems. Involving the line management will also help to ensure that the action plan will stick once the participants get back to work – what sounds great on the course tends to get forgotton in the general firefight the next Monday morning.

    Time management, although a fun and interesting subject to train can sometimes be best done on a one-to-one coaching basis.

    Good luck

  4. Time management training material
    Claire, email me at [email protected] for a collection of time-management quotes plus an exercise to calculate the true cost of spending 20 minutes searching for a piece of paper.

  5. Time Management
    Hi Claire

    I was involved in the development of a one hour on-line multimedia course on this subject at the begining of this year for Lloyds TSB. Most courses I looked wanted to tell you how to manage your time but I found that it is very personal and individual to each person. The course therefore introduced principles and ideas and was interspersed with facts and quotes to make it fun. The aim was that each person who completed the course would do one thing differently to manage themselves. If you would like to review the course please drop me an [email protected]

    I also see from another question that you are looking for help with resourcing material for your Open Learning Centre. As e learning consultant for MultiMedia Training this is somethin I could help you with. Take a look at our web site



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