Personal Effectiveness for Managers and Supervisors
“Professional people may achieve greater results than an ineffective person of greater ability. Working hard is not enough, top professional people need to be effective”

A person with great knowledge/skills will achieve less than someone with lesser knowledge/skills, but who is significantly more effective. With pressure on time increasing, slack time has become almost non-existent. Rare skills require great effectiveness to have maximum impact. Work pressure has seen an increase in stress related disorders.

Suitability -  who should attend?
Anyone under pressure

Aims of the course
•    During this practical and thought-provoking course, participants will learn how to increase their personal effectiveness in handling priorities, time and stress.
•    Have the opportunity to consider their current operation and develop an action plan to help them focus on priorities
•    Learn how to deal with the ‘thieves of time’ affecting them
•    Learn how to reduce distress and deal with it when it occurs
•    Learn how to use objective setting and action plans to increase personal effectiveness
•    Learn how to improve memory quickly

Training Course Content
This training course is designed to cover the following topics

•    In-tray issues
•    The priority grid
•    Analysis of personal time log

Identifying and developing action plans to deal with:
•    Crisis
•    Customers
•    Your ‘boss’
•    Meetings
•    Inability to say ‘No’
•    Paperwork
•    Stress
•    Distress and eustress
•    Predisposing factors
•    Creating a personal action plan
•    Setting Objectives

12th - 23rd May 2014: London
28th July - 8th August 2014: London
29th September 2014 - 10th October 2014: London

Two weeks training: £3,850
One week course: £2,200