Time Management Training Program Overview
Richardson’s Time Management Program teaches business professionals how to be more balanced and effective
Unfortunately, many business professionals feel their plates are overflowing with important priorities – with little time left for balancing a personal life. Why is it then that some business professionals seem “in control” and exhibit a unique degree of effectiveness while others, many of whom are sold performers, always seem so overwhelmed?
Richardson’s Time Management Program teaches business professionals how to be more balanced and effective, both professionally and personally, by enhancing the skills and process used each day to juggle priorities and manage key projects. Participants learn how to better allocate time to the myriad of tasks needing attention in a day, manage unexpected interruptions and conflicting priorities, stop procrastinating, learn to say “no” to clients and colleagues when it’s warranted, and develop a goal-setting and planning strategy tailored by individual styles and circumstances. This practical, highly focused, skill-driven seminar provides a variety of time management tools and worksheets so that participants can quickly apply the methodologies and start improving business results immediately. The scenarios and role plays are completely customized to your organization so that you practice solving time management challenges that are relevant, realistic, and tailored to meeting your business objectives.
- Increase individual productivity and overall business results
- Improve project management execution by eliminating wasted time and increasing focus and accountability
- Improve goal setting and planning
- Improve personal job satisfaction
- Analyze, understand, and apply a variety of time management strategies for improved effectiveness
- Enhance your judgment, discipline, and ability to prioritize for better business results
- Think differently and strategically about how to manage a workday, project, or team by being more time-aware and goal-oriented
- Use a consultative approach to delivering a difficult message such as saying “no” to colleagues or clients or handling objections
- Develop an individual planning methodology tailored to your own personal work style, preferences, and organizational objectives
Audience: Program content is highly customized to any level, from new to experienced salespeople, their managers, and executive management
Delivery Options: Available through one-half day classroom delivery (Richardson-led or train-the-trainer), one-on-one coaching, or webinar