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What you’ll learn
Comprehensive self and time management for everyday work and in private life
The focus funnel: How do you quickly get rid of tasks?
Self-management vs. time management
Getting Things Done (GTD) by David Allen explained
Organise tasks in a structured and complete way
Scheduling: How to realistically distribute tasks over the day (or any other time period)?
Task Management: How to manage tasks, appointments and projects so that nothing comes to a standstill and no tasks are forgotten?
Before diving into the course, keep in mind which tasks you currently and regularly have in your daily life.
Know in advance what goals you are pursuing in life, making it easier for you to use time management properly in the context of self-management.
This course series covers a multitude of carefully selected time management methods and shows you the concepts behind the methods step-by-step – plus – what needs to be done such that you can apply these method for yourself. Knowledge of psychological effects, the bio-rhythm, as well as coping with motivational pitfalls (or one’s weaker self) complement the method training. At the beginning, the relationship between time management and self-management creates the right mindset, so that the later use of the methods does not result into a challenging task itself and ultimately costs more time than it saves. Important plus: This course is not only about different methods of time management as such, but also about the interleaving of the methods for a more general and all-inclusive self and time management for yourself as well as in a team.
This course series comprises five courses that are available solely as well as within a master course. With the master course, you get the full content within one package.
This fourth course covers the following aspects of time management:
Distinguish between self management and time management to focus on the relevant things in your life instead of the currently urgent ones.
Learn how to apply the ALPEN method to create a sophisticating daily schedule?
Apply the methods David Allen presented in his book Getting Thinks Done.
Who this course is for:
Employees with a stressful professional life
Team leaders who want to retain control over delegated tasks in the team
Self-employed / Freelancer with a challenging list of deadlines to follow
Pupils and students who are looking for answers, how they can get submission deadlines, exam preparation and possibly a side job under control
People with multiple jobs: main job, part time job, family, club … Multiple roles can be a challenge sometimes
People who are interested in personality development, self-management and time management
Getting Things Done – Time Management Methods Series: Video, PDF´s