Time is a commodity that we can give away easily, but can never get back.
Time is important to us because it allows us to complete our work, as well as have some recreational fun with family. The biggest problem today is that we don’t seem to have enough time on our hands. As fast as our lives are moving, time seems to be moving even faster and we end up not having enough of it. Our tasks don’t get completed and we can’t satisfy the needs of our relationships because we can’t spare them some time. If you want to learn how you can take control of your time, consider joining the Time Management Training Course of PD Training in Singapore.
Learn To Prioritise
Take some time to go through your tasks. See which tasks need to be done urgently and which don’t require immediate attention. This will help you to focus on what’s important. When you don’t immediately complete the tasks that are not urgent, you will find that you now have more time to do your important tasks. With more time, you’ll also notice an increase in the quality of your output.
Make sure that you always have a Plan B because even the best plans could go wrong. It is also advisable to allocate some extra time for a task because things may happen beyond your control that could eat up the time you originally allocated. In essence, always expect a crisis to come along.
Delegate Some Tasks
Learn to trust your colleagues and delegate tasks because you can’t do it all alone. Besides, a colleague who has more time available than you do will be able to better focus on the task. You’ll end up with low quality work output, which will only disappoint.
Always maintain an attitude to finish what you start. You have to learn to say no to any unnecessary activities that could easily disrupt your focus. Besides, you won’t be able to concentrate on other activities knowing in the back of your mind that you have an important task to do. You will only start to enjoy them once the pressure is off, and the only way to remove the pressure is to finish your task.
Always maintain a positive outlook because the moment you start being negative, you’re more likely to destroy whatever chance you have of completing your task.
Your approach may not be correct, but there is hope. As long as you are willing to change, PD Training in Singapore is willing to provide you with the expert training you’ll need to achieve.
PD Training delivers thousands of professional development courses each year in Singapore, so you can be assured your training will be delivered by a qualified and experienced trainer.
All public time management training courses include am/pm tea, lunch, printed courseware and a certificate of completion. Customised courses are available upon request so please contact pdtraining at [email protected] to learn more.