Organizing your Work Time
Why do many of us take time management training? To optimize our time, in other words to increase our productivity. We seek to avoid wasting time due to our bad organization : files all over the place on our desk and in our computer, a plethora of information that overwhelms us, emails that we can’t manage to sort out. This course will give you practical tools to better organize yourself, right up to the creation of dashboards and to reporting with your boss.
Do you want the place where you spend so many hours, your office, to be as tidy, organized and comfortable as possible so that your well-being and efficiency are at their highest? In this video, we will review the structure of our work environment, the interest of diversity and finally, the importance of the attractiveness of this place.
Our boss is an essential element in the accomplishment of our tasks. It is with them that we define our objectives, that we discuss each crucial step of a project, and that we report on the progress of our missions.
Our time with them is sacred, just as their time with us is sacred.
How can we optimize it for everybody’s benefit ? We will first tackle why we need to spend time with our boss, then how to be allies in time management and finally, what to do when our boss is too present or not present enough!
Executives are increasingly expressing the feeling of being faced with an overload of information that they can no longer absorb, process, nor prioritize, which generates anxiety and stress. They also mention the risk of cognitive overload.
In this video, let’s zoom on the phenomenon of infobesity and visit some good habits in order to regain control over the collection and absorption of information.
We often blame digital technology for eating up our time by its continuous flow of distractions and information.
Despite all the criticism, technology will continue to develop. How can we put it better at our service, and especially at the service of our time?
Here are 10 apps that will help you save time (and as a bonus, an introduction to mind-mapping software.)
Although they’re supposed to make our work easier, e-mails paradoxically end up polluting it by constantly interrupting us. According to the Mindjet survey, 68% of employees receive up to 100 emails a day. A quarter of the emails don’t even get opened!
Some companies, considering the extent of the problem, suggest rules for good email use. In this video, there are 7 wise tips to help you improve your email usage and save time (for yourself and others around you!)
The dashboard is an indispensable tool for monitoring the development of one’s activity, especially as a manager.
Just like a car dashboard, the dashboard in a company allows the visualization, the follow-up and the exploitation of data in the department through figures, ratios, graphs.
With a good dashboard, a manager, even if they are off-site, will be able to react quickly to any deviation and build their vision of the future. Here are 10 tips for a quality dashboard.
Our notion of time is turned upside down when we leave the company’s premises with its conventional schedules.
When we work remotely, telecommuting or off-site, how do we make sure that the contractual working time will be effective, how can we ensure that it will be productive?
We’ll look at telecommuting legislation first, then the importance of trust in organizing telework, and finally I’ll give you some tips for managing your time wisely when working from home.