Effective time management involves making an ongoing commitment to reviewing our actions and improving them day by day. This memorable program inspires people to turn time wasters into opportunities for increased productivity. This training course will help:
Identify and overcome common obstacles to time management
Learn to set goals and prioritize each day's tasks to maximize efficiency
As a manager, recognizing a potentially troublesome situation then quickly taking action is key to keeping yourself motivated and productive. If you're dealing with workplace gossip, peers and upper management, delegating a task, or you simply need some tools to better manage your time -- this micro-learning series offers quick, practical tips to help you handle these “moments” in your day.
A humorous, good-natured look at overcoming the challenges of time management and overcoming the barriers to finding more time in the work day. Managers and employees alike will find plenty of advice and organizational tips offered.
Today's leaders face tremendous pressure to solve problems, achieve goals, manage change and improve productivity. But, leaders don't need to have all the answers, they just have to ask the right people the right questions. This video's 5-step process teaches how.
Rath & Strong’s John Guaspari and Edward Hay present a simple, but effective concept: Don’t spend time on that which has no value in the eyes of the customer. How can organizations take the time out of work processes and be faster, nimbler, and more responsive and adaptive?
Accountability That Works! is an exciting, innovative training program that will provide everyone in your organization with the tools they need for a greater sense of empowerment, effectiveness and increased productivity.
Whether we pursue it, or it is forced upon us, change can make or break any business. The determining factor for success relies on the attitude of the employees challenged with adapting to the change and charged with finding new solutions.
Communicating effectively, working well with others, staying positive and flexible in the face of change—these are essentials for helping new employees become productive as quickly as possible. Stimulate discussion about what it really takes to succeed in a career.
As a manager, conducting performance appraisals is one of the most important opportunities you will have to help your employees, yourself, and your company. Done correctly, performance appraisals can help close the gap between the actual performance of your employees and the performance needed to meet corporate objectives.