An Introduction to Time Management


The tell-tale signs of poor time management are often apparent in the workplace; people feeling overloaded with work, working late or missing deadlines – often lurching from one crisis to another.

The outcomes of poor time management are potentially harmful for both the individual and the organisation, since productivity suffers, stress takes a hold and morale crashes.

When time is managed well, however, people are exceptionally productive at work, stress levels drop and they can devote time to the interesting, high-reward projects that can make a real difference to a career. The organisation also benefits from higher productivity and well-motivated employees.

This course, one of a series, enables the learner to understand the concept of time management, identify any issues they may have and take initial steps to remedy problems.

Course Content

  • Time management problems – the symptoms
  • What is time management?
  • To-do lists
  • Personal goals
  • Prioritising tasks
  • Managing distractions
  • Combined discrimination
  • Avoiding procrastination
  • Avoiding task overload
  • Taking breaks
  • Scheduling tasks

Course Duration

35 Minutes

Target Audience

  • Housing Association
    new employees

Available In

  • Audio
  • Non-audio

Delivered Via

  • Internet
  • Intranet


View the course demo here-

Price: £25.00