Virtual/Instructor-led training

Setting A Productive Work Schedule

Introduction

In this workshop, the importance of creating and following a structured schedule in the workplace will be discussed, along with how it can lead to improved efficiency and productivity for both employees and the organization as a whole.

Details​
  • The Power of Structured Schedules: Understanding Why a Well-Organized Work Schedule is Crucial.
  • Scheduling Techniques: Exploring Methods like MIT (Most Important Tasks) and the Pomodoro Technique to Optimize Your Day.
  • Reaping the Rewards: Recognizing the Benefits of a Productive Work Schedule.
  • Crafting Your Perfect Schedule: Actionable Steps and Proven Strategies for Creating and Maintaining a Structured Daily Plan.
  • Real-World Application: Practical Exercises for Implementing Scheduling Techniques in Your Workplace.

included in 90-min, Half Day & Full Day sessions

  • MIT (Most Important Tasks) exercise: Participants will be given a list of tasks and asked to identify the three most important ones based on the MIT method. They will then create a schedule for completing these tasks and reflect on any challenges or strategies they used in the process.
  • Pomodoro Technique exercise: Participants will be given a set of tasks to complete and asked to use the Pomodoro Technique to schedule their work day. They will be asked to track their progress and reflect on any challenges or strategies they used in the process.
  • Time management exercise: Participants will be given a scenario where they have a fixed amount of time to complete a set of tasks. They will be asked to use time management techniques to create a structured schedule and allocate their time accordingly.
  • MIT (Most Important Tasks) Framework: This framework guides participants in identifying and prioritizing the most important tasks for the day. It emphasizes the concept that focusing on key tasks leads to improved productivity and goal attainment.
  • Pomodoro Technique: A framework that introduces the Pomodoro Technique, emphasizing time management through short, focused work intervals and regular breaks. Participants learn how to implement this technique to enhance concentration and productivity.
  • Structured Schedule Model: This framework explores the elements of a well-organized work schedule, including time blocking, task prioritization, and balancing work and breaks. Participants gain insights into crafting and maintaining a structured daily plan.