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Trainer’s Tip: Serving Up Time Management


This week's tip from TrainingZONE member Myrta Stager, to be used at the start of a session on time management, demonstrates just how much delegates have on their plates.

For an activity to demonstrate how much your audience has "on their plate", provide each participant a paper plate and a stack of sticky notes.

Pick a time period (eg in the morning before they get to work, the first two-three hours of their workday, in the evening when they get home) and have them write each task they perform within that time frame one task per sticky note. Then ask them to place all sticky notes on their paper plate.

At the end of the activity each participant will have an excellent visual representation of how important your time management discussion will be to them.

* To read other member's thoughts on time management, click here.

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