Productivity for Managers/1st Time Supervisors – Employee Productivity: Delegation, Meeting Management, Communication, and Project Performance Management

Productivity for Managers - 1st Time SupervisorsGood leaders understand that time management is not about squeezing more into their days; it’s about you and your people spending time productively toward the accomplishment of organizational goals. This innovative program discusses three key time management principles for leaders: (1) avoiding organizational “speed bumps,” (2) eliminating activities that waste your time and the time of your people, and (3) modeling effective time management behavior.

Course Objectives

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  • Eliminate “speed bumps” (feedback, decision making, communication)
  • Manage meetings effectively and reduce wasted time.
  • Determine the most productive means of communicating (meeting, phone, email, etc.)
  • Delegate appropriately and follow-up correctly.
  • Create email and voice mail protocols to help your staff increase efficiency.
  • Help your people move through change more quickly.
  • Keep people from burning out and maintain proper balance.
  • Determine how to reduce interruptions in your department, so your people are more productive.
  • Model effective time management behavior (priorities, scheduling, organization, saying no, procrastination).

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