$995 + taxes
One day – 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
March 21, 2019
Say you hired a contractor who did excellent work renovating your house but finished six weeks late. What would your impression be? Would you recommend them to a friend? If your work is delayed or completed late, even with advance warning, it can undermine your credibility and make you appear less professional. Learning how to properly handle expectations, priorities and deadlines will give you a key advantage in the job market.
Effective time management at work is a constant challenge in an environment where information travels instantly and requests, interruptions and crises abound.
How should you handle interruptions? How can you keep track of the multitude of emails in your inbox so that nothing slips through the cracks? How should you structure your day to leave yourself just enough flexibility to deal with changes as they occur?
In this course, you will learn practical, recognized methods for time and priority management that will make you more efficient, reliable and adaptable.
Build your reputation
Explore work-time distribution
Take a concrete approach to managing your time in a dynamic environment
Discover how to take action
Learn to prioritize and delegate
The dynamic learning style invites participants to reflect on how they currently manage their time. The course will employ and review a variety of different exercises, tools and questions.
Participants in all of our seminars will receive a certificate of completion from Executive Education HEC Montréal.
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