During a typical work week, your Outlook calendar fills up fast. After cleaning out your inbox, attending meetings, taking unexpected calls, talking to customers and colleagues and completing tasks, means that your window of productivity can slowly disappear.
A study in the Journal of Applied Psychology found that time management behaviours, such as planning, prioritising, blocking off time and goal setting has positive effects on daily performance and productivity – because managing time better helps you feel in more control and leads to more work being done, less anxiety and stress and greater job satisfaction.
Through the How to Manage Your Time and Get Things Done training, you will learn time-management strategies from the world’s most productive people. As a result, you will discover how to double your daily productivity and get more things done faster and easier.