Is there too much you need to do in a day? 

Monday morning. Your weekly department meeting starts in 20 minutes. You have just got off the phone speaking to an important client for half an hour. In front of you lie two pages filled with notes from this conversation. One of your employees enters, with a list of all the people you urgently need to call before noon. And at the last minute you can see an email from your manager flash on to your screen, asking you to give him your opinion on one of the minutes from last Friday’s meeting, before the end of the day. 

Are you sufficiently equipped and organised to deal efficiently with the reality of this kind of situation? Do you know what will be your next physical action? 

In our Time Management course we discuss all the techniques of how to deal with the above, and similar, situations.

In depth:

What exactly will you take away from this course?


  • Why is it that you are always under time pressure
  • How can you control and programme your brain
  • How can you take control of your thoughts
  • What causes you to forget things, and how to remember them
  • How do you deal with jammers and time wasters: phone calls, employees with questions, e-mails, your own values and principles, ..


What will you be reflecting on?

  • You will be thinking about the way you organize your work
  • Where is all your work: on your computer, e-mail, cabinets, desk, in your head, ...
  • What do you do with each work item: throw it away, complete it immediately, plan, delegate, ...
  • What beliefs perpetuate your time management problem?
  • What behaviour perpetuates your time management problem?

What will you experience and do?

  • You will learn to mentally take a step back from your work
  • You will learn to structure your thoughts
  • You will learn to set workable priorities: What is important? What is urgent?
  • You will experience the effect of your own beliefs
  • You will learn methods to change your beliefs and habitual patterns

What can you learn from each other?

  • What can you learn from others and what can they learn from you?
  • What have you applied and to what effect?
  • What did not work or not work sufficiently well – who did it work for and how?
  • What resistances do you have – how do others deal with them?
  • How do you apply this to your everyday life – sharing tips and tricks.

Duration: 4 sessions of 3.5 hours