Time Management Skills

Category
Business Administration
Level
Beginner
Lessons
76
Duration
1h 13m 58s
Last Updated: 2018-12-18
In this course, you will learn the most valuable skills used to manage your time and habits in a productive manner.

The first lesson will cover identifying your goals as they relate to your career and work environment.

The second lesson will talk about effective energy distribution and discuss personal energy sources, energy flow, the productivity cycle, time logs, time estimates, and the 80/20 rule.

The third lesson describes how to work within your personal style by identifying personal motivators, strengths, time wasters, and work-style preferences.

The fourth lesson shows you how to build your personal toolbox by utilizing benchmarks and delegation.

The last lesson shows you how to establish your action plan by setting priorities, outlining a typical action plan, and discussing how to enhance your time-management process.
Category
Business Administration
Level
Beginner
Lessons
76
Duration
1h 13m 58s
Angela Kegler
Since 2004, I’ve provided training to organizations of all sizes around the world. My training programs and consultative development strategies are known to result in positive organizational improvement. I earned my MBA and MS in Leadership and Business Ethics at Duquesne University. In addition, I have my Ph.D. in organizational development and leadership from Capella University. I hold several certifications, including Certified Professional in Learning and Performance, certified Ken Blanchard Situational Leadership II trainer, certified in Myers-Briggs Type Indicator and DiSC Assessments, have certification in Lominger Leadership Architect, and am a Certified Team and Executive Coach.
Angela KeglerPhD - Chief Learning Officer at The Kegler Group
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