Managing Your Time: Effective Hybrid Working
Energy levels fluctuate massively when you’re dealing with the demands of other people in your household, or nobody’s there whatsoever. You’ll no doubt punctuate your days and evenings differently, with things blending in a way they didn’t before. That’s fine…as long as you’re looking after boundaries and not burning out. This session looks at how to plan and manage your workload, assertively manage others’ demands and accommodate differing schedules to reduce or even remove friction.
- Time thieves: what are yours?
- Urgent? Important? One, both or neither: how do you know?
- Time planning: when are you most effective during the day?
- Planning tools: practical use
- Delegation as an aid to time management
- Thinking styles: what are yours and how easy do you find it to be assertive in the process of time management?
HOW WE DO IT
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