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Time Management and Effectiveness
An understanding of project structuring and scheduling from a Project Management course would be an advantage, but is not essential.
Time Management is a valuable skill for every researcher. If you want to work more productively, if you do not find enough time to work on your research project because there are so many other things you have to do, this workshop is right for you. It is complementary to the "Project Management for Research" workshop, which trains you to structure and schedule your research project.
Time Management has become a critical operational style required for successful and high-performing professionals. Having an overwhelming number of things to do and still work priority-steered and productively with a clear head and a positive sense of relaxed control is possible. The gained time can be used to work on priorities, but also to increase your available recreational time and so help to create a good work-life balance.
General Learning Objective
After this workshop, participants will have proven and successful time management methods, tools and techniques with which to optimize their effectiveness and efficiency, and the experience of having applied a choice of them during the workshop and transfer time.
Specific Learning Objectives
After this workshop, the participants will be able to:
- Build their personal mission statement
- Define their work roles with their respective objectives
- Use positive affirmations and visualization
- Organize and execute around priorities
- Say "No" more easily to less important workload
- Schedule weekly & use their prime time wisely
- Describe the mental state of "Flow", the "Pomodoro technique", and the "Sawblade Effect"
- Explain why to avoid multitasking
- Evaluate whether personal organizer or time management software are useful tools for them
- More effectively handle daily mail and requests
- Overcome procrastination
Short theoretical introductions with practical examples, exercises where you apply the theory to your own working environment and discussions in small groups and in plenum.
Participants will be required to complete the transfer work between the two days of the workshop, which includes putting the first day's learning into practice and actively monitoring their time management (estimated 2 hours of work). Their transfer work will be debriefed during the second workshop day.
Participants will be asked to prepare for the workshop by answering four questions and returning.
Cette formation n’est pas prise en compte pour l’obtention de l’Attestation didactique de la HES-SO .
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