Time and Energy Management
In today’s world, we easily get caught up in the web of the daily emergencies, workloads, and responsibilities that fall upon our shoulders, and have little time to breathe and take charge of our professional life. Measured time is always ticking away at the same speed, yet we deeply feel the pressure of time affecting us. We need to work smarter, not harder.
This workshop is about learning to better understand time and its effects; more importantly, it is about examining its effects on our various sources of internal energy: physical energy (which is particularly affected by stress), emotional energy (which tells us which needs to satisfy), mind energy (which can help us focus on value-added activity), and the energy of meaning and purpose (which feeds the human spirit). This workshop provides tools and techniques to help participants reclaim one of the most precious of all our resources, time.
This workshop requires active participation by everyone.
Reviewing time from the four energy pillars’ perspective
Exploring and understanding the strategies associated with inner time management: physical energy, quality of energy, focus of energy and energy of purpose
Examining excellence through the lens of efficiency and effectiveness: taking control of work rather than suffering through it
Differentiating between urgent and important tasks, allowing you to better control your work
Learning strategies to deal with time wasters; some well-known, others less obvious
Optimizing your personal productivity periods
- Supervisors, team leaders and administrative personnel wishing to explore new approaches to validate the most important question: “what’s the best use of my time right now?”
Stéphanie Beauregard worked for ten years in federal departments in public engagement, external relations and partners’ relations, with five of those years in management positions. She was also associate director general of an organization managing a team of eight employees, a network of twelve members’ organizations in provinces and territories all across Canada, and an annual budget of 1.9 million dollars. Her areas of expertise are facilitation, engagement, team management, performance measurement, change management and sustainable development.
“I will definitively recommend to my manager the need to take this course as a complete unit.”
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