Time management in innovation
Price:€ 495,00 excl. VAT
Contact:firstname.lastname@example.org, +31 85 401 3600
Working can be a lot of fun. But are you always in a hurry? Do you feel your work is never finished? If so, this has a negative influence on your productivity, your peace of mind and your health.
Do you recognise one or more of the following issues:
- Losing overview and having difficulty prioritising between tasks;
- Being too optimistic in planning;
- Spending more time than you want on e-mails;
- Getting distracted from important tasks;
- Finding that doing things yourself is the quickest way;
- Having difficulty saying 'no'?
It is possible to change bad habits and do things differently. Those who know what they want and plans, have time to relax. This training will show you how.
In this course you learn an efficient and focused way of dealing with a large work load. We will provide you with the latest insights on time management, use of your calendar, e-mail management etc.
Intended for technicians, engineers, architects, project leaders or team leaders and other technology professionals who seek to improve their time management skills in the complex context of innovation and technology.
The following skills are part of the program:
- Priority setting in a structured way;
- Making a realistic plan without getting rigid;
- Managing your e-mail in an efficient manner;
- Delegating work in such a way that people will appreciate working for you;
- Negociating about your planning to keep a balanced workload.
Designed for technology professionals
The training is designed for technology professionals working in the world of High Tech and Technology. It is highly practical and theoretically sound. Moreover, we will integrate your personal cases in our program, so you can apply what you have learned the next day.
Personal action plan
Part of this training is a personal implementation plan that helps you to apply your new knowledge and integrate all newly learned skills in your work.
Day 1: 9:00 - 17:00, including lunch
Day 2: 13:00 - 17:00
Action Learning, lectures, exercises, discussions, role-plays.
A HTI/SS&F certificate.
Keep up the exercises, they are very good. Also the experience stories from participants and lecturer are very good. Wouter de Nijs, Flanders
Saying "no" is not so bad! It left me with a positive feeling, eager to practice. Even more so after day 2. Stanley Teuben, NXP
My mindset has changed toward better time management. Delegating techniques are very useful. Good training, a small group works excellent. Other people's experience also very useful. Mike Curvers, NTS group
I would like to say how powerful the time management training has been for me now that it has been a few weeks. My overall efficiency has increased. Less stress, email is constantly up to date and meetings are prepared. My coworkers look at it with positive amazement and want to know more. Even my wife notices the difference. Sometimes I have more free time while doing more work. Johan Knol, NXP