Effective Time Management


Member Price:  
1 day
Non-Member Price:  
Lunch Provided:  

DATE:   05.11.2019

LOCATION:   Albion House

TIME:   9:30

Course Overview

No one ever seems to have enough time. Yet, we have all the time that there is. We have the same amount of time given to us each day – 24 Hours. This is a specific course that looks at the essential logic of good time management. You will learn how to deal with time wasted and make more use of working hours.

This course is designed for those who find:

  • Working hours in the day are not enough
  • Everything is urgent
  • The only way to get anything done is to do it yourself
  • You never have time to plan


The aim of this highly participative course is to try and correct these mistaken beliefs and to show how:

  • Work / Life balance really is important
  • Poor work habits can be changed
  • Priorities can be established
  • Time can be used effectively

Structure of the Day

09.30 – 10.45

  • Introduction
  • Defining Time & Stress Management
  • Analysing the present situation
  • Balancing Time

11.00 – 12.30

  • Stress checks
  • Benefits of delegation to those who can
  • Motivating others make your time more effective


13.00 – 14.30

  • Using communication skills to advantage
  • Being assertive
  • Fire prevention techniques
  • The daily priority list

14.45 – 16.00

  • Active versus reactive tasks
  • Eliminating time-wasters
  • Planning for the future


Full course notes and a ‘take-away’ personal planner will be provide

The Trainer

Steve Bracey first got involved with training when working as a senior manager for a national retailer.

It was his desire to progress his training skills that led him to set up his own consultancy marketing, preparing and presenting training courses and seminars for clients including various Chambers of Commerce as well as SME’s and multi-nationals.

Steve concentrates on topics requiring a proficient level of communication. This covers the numerous management disciplines, sales (in all its various forms), telephone techniques, time management and communication itself whether by the written word, telephone or face-to-face. Steve is a fellow of The Institute of Sales & Marketing Management.