Welcome to Time Management and Prioritization course. By the end of this course, you will learn about developing time management and prioritization skills to make the most out of your daily time limit, reduce stress and achieve successful performance in your personal and professional life. Let’s get started.
Your time is a resource, the most valuable resource you have. It is non-renewable. Once you spend it, you'll never get it back. The complexity of global organizations and the pressures set by economic uncertainty have all added to a feeling that there are not enough hours in the day to get things done.
Time management is an individual and organizational problem. It has increasingly become an issue whose root causes are deep-seated in corporate structures and cultures. A deficiency of organizational time-management direction for its workforce results from a mentality of time as an unlimited resource.
Supervision time often gets treated as though it were limitless. Few organizations treat administrative time as the limited and measurable resource it is. Managers with few direct reports often micromanage and create unnecessary meetings, reports, or projects that make the job more complex for others and the organization. The not-so-good performers often spend time on the wrong things in the wrong places while forgetting the tasks' essence to their strategic objectives.
Time Management and Prioritization are essential skills to make the best use of your efforts and those of your team. It's also a skill you need to create equilibrium and space to concentrate your energy and attention on the things that matter.
Time Management and Prioritization help you to give your time where it's most needed and most wisely spent, liberating you and your team from less critical tasks that can be attended to later or peacefully dropped.
You can bring order to chaos with good time management and prioritization, reducing stress and achieving a successful performance. Otherwise, you could get overworked, stressed, and struggle with daily demands.
You can prioritize based on time limitations, the possible profitability or benefit of the task you're encountering, or the pressure you're under to complete a job. Time constraints are essential when other people depend on you to complete a task, mainly where this task is on the critical path of an important project.
Watch the following video modules to learn more about developing time management and prioritization skills to make the most out of your daily time limit.