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How to Balance Your Many Daily Work Priorities

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- How to Balance Your Many Daily Work Priorities -

Course Overview

In our increasingly competitive world, managers and employees need to be more productive than ever. Not only are you expected to do your work in less time, you often need to collaborate with different teams, or need the cooperation of more than one manager.

Most managers and employees may face ad-hoc tasks, conflicting priorities, imposed deadlines and different manager’s expectations, often making it difficult to identify what’s most important.

The How to Balance Your Many Daily Work Priorities will enable you to know how to  balance and prioritise your projects, tasks, team and personal and obligations, allowing you to improve your work performance and be more productive every day. As a result, you’ll also achieve a better work/life balance, minimise the stress related to managing your tasks efficiently, and, ultimately, improve the way you work and accomplish results.

Key Learning Outcomes

  • Understand why it is important to manage your priorities
  • Describe obstacles to managing your priorities
  • Prioritise your tasks, activities, and responsibilities
  • Describe ways to use technology to stay on track

Topics Covered

  • Understanding factors that make it difficult or impossible to manage multiple priorities successfully
  • Establishing clear, relevant goals and the action steps needed to complete them to help you focus your time and effort
  • Sorting activities and responsibilities into categories of urgency/importance to help you decide when to handle them
  • For managers – how to assign work to employees, team members and co-workers by creating a delegation plan
  • Implementing strategies for keeping yourself organised and avoiding time delays that are not caused by you
  • Creating and maintaining realistic, useful project and task schedules and your daily and weekly to-do lists
  • Communicating respectfully with others to manage conflicting expectations
  • Identifying common time-wasting activities and how to avoid them.

Why Learn Online?

Learning new skills online can be perfect for organisations and employees for the following reasons:
  • You only have one or a few employees to train and develop (on a specific training topic)
  • Getting a trainer to your location could be difficult or cost-prohibitive
  • The employees you want to train work from home or are part-time
  • You don’t have the resources to cover for the employees you want to be trained, so allowing them to the training online means they won’t need to leave their work areas
  • Your training budget is limited, and online learning is more cost-effective
  • You want your people trained in a wide range of skills this year,’s online learning provides much better value to get everyone involved in learning and developing themselves.
  • Learn on a desktop
  • Watch on a Tablet
  • Take the training on a Smartphone
  • Develop skills at work or at home