Enjoy greater work-life balance by being more productive and reaching your professional goals.

Every morning might be slightly different but routine helps you, your children and your co-workers manage expectations, increase productivity and experience work-life balance. A morning schedule is an important time management technique for busy professionals... especially professionals with a family. The following is a sample morning schedule.

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Learn best practices from 7 Habits of Highly Effective People® by Stephen R. Covey as well as authors Michael Bungay Stanier, David Allen, Timothy Ferriss and other change management experts.

Your Take Away From Time Management Training For Professionals (half or full day)

Participants learn how to do more great work and protect their reputation by:

  • Helping participants prioritize activities and reduce urgent issues
  • Using effective time management tips to end procrastination
  • Effectively scheduling time for strategic work, creative work and collaborative work
  • Using email so that it improves productivity and client confidence
  • Being proactive so they can Respond not React to stressful situations
  • Using business etiquette skills to communicate clearly and in a timely manner (face-to-face, phone or email)
  • Getting things done by knowing which organizational skills are right for you
  • Saying 'No' to manage priorities without appearing rude or unhelpful
  • Avoiding burn-out

Our Approach To Time Management Training

Bruce Mayhew Consulting teaches change management and leadership qualities that get immediate results and build trusting relationships. The organizational skills covered in our training include learning how to:

  • Schedule time for your Important Work (strategic activities) using a priority matrix
  • Efficiently switch from one important task to another
  • Manage strategic interruptions well (people, email and other influencers)
  • Use simple organizational skills
  • Recognize time wasters
  • Spend less time putting out fires
  • Enjoy greater creativity - for you and your team
  • Improve collaboration / teamwork

Who Should Attend?

Time management skills help professionals be confident and productive. This includes professionals who want to do more great work when they deal with clients and internal audiences.

Attendees learn key theories from the 7 Habits of Highly Effective People® by Stephen R. Covey, Getting Things Done® by David Allen, from the professional experiences of Bruce Mayhew, as well as the best from other experts.

Related Soft Skills That Drive Business Success

Toronto corporate trainer and executive coach Bruce Mayhew also offers Time Management training in New York and throughout Canada and the USA. We facilitate training and speak at conferences from coast-to-coast.

Bruce Mayhew Consulting's most popular programs are Email Etiquette Training, Difficult Conversations, Generational Differences and Time Management.

Time management training reference materials:

  • The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People® by Stephen R. Covey
  • Do More Great Work® by Michael Bungay Stanier
  • The 4-Hour Work Week® by Timothy Ferriss
  • One Minute Manager® by Ken Blanchard and Spencer Johnson

Toronto Corporate Trainer, Coach, Writer & Conference Speaker.

Get in touch with us to ask about Time Management tips and to learn more about business etiquette training.

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Time Management Training For Professionals Tips

TM Tip #1

Respond to your important email at preset times during the day (like 30 minutes early in the morning and 30 minutes at the end of your day). Then, have a few times during the day when you can check-in for new important messages. Also, schedule a time in the afternoon to write and respond to routine, non-urgent email. What you want to avoid is to have your day hijacked by answering routine email when you are at your strategic and creative best - IE: between 7AM and 1PM.

TM Tip #2

Similar to Tip #1, you also want to avoid having your day hijacked by meetings when you are at your strategic and creative best. Meetings keep you engaged (and awake), so, book meetings in the afternoon.

Also, be sure to have (or create), an agenda for every meeting. This helps everyone prepare - and lets them know how they are going to add / get value from attending the meeting.

TM Tip #3

Learn when and how to say No. It can be done without burning bridges.

Saying No is stressful - we feel we might come across as being mean or unhelpful... and that perhaps when we need help they wont give it to us. Feeling guilty are understandable and valid feelings. Unfortunately, if we don't use priority management skills we may be jeopardize our own priorities & work/life balance and health.

TM Tip #4

Take time to relax. Time Management doesn't mean getting more done while working 18 hours per day.

Everybody needs a break so you can clear your mind and come back to a situation with a fresh, creative perspective. Time Management training helps us learn techniques to step back from a situation - sometimes for a few minutes... sometimes for a few days... sometimes for a few weeks. Often our best opportunities and ideas come to us when we complete disconnect and give out minds a rest; that's why we often have great ideas first thing in the morning, in the shower or when driving.

TM Tip #5

Think & Act with a Win/Win perspective

In a Win/Win environment, everyone wants to do their best as they work towards the best solution. Imagine the benefit of a collaborative environment when your employees efforts are focused on achieving the same goal. And, imagine the side effect of that effort is greater employee engagement and satisfaction. That is what happens when we learn to think and act with a Win/Win perspective and organizational structures are in place to support these efforts and attitudes.

Please contact us if you would like more information about Time Management training in Toronto and New York.