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Time management course structure by Mind Map: Time management course structure
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Time management course structure

Know yourself

Time as a resource

Identify your life objectives

Keep a time log

Keep a time log

Varying productivity during the day

Recognising your effective times of the day

Organising your day

Plan your day for productivity

The Pareto Principle

Parkinson's Law

Pressure and stress

KEY

= goal

= theory

= activity

Prioritise what you need to do

Urgent versus important

Categorising urgent and important tasks part 1

Prioritising practise

Categorising urgent and important tasks part 2

Categorise your tasks

Perfect and good enough

Write things down

Manage meetings more effectively

Principles for effective meetings

Make your meetings more productive

Control your internet use

Internet use tips

Reduce your recreational use of the internet

Learn to say no

How to say no

Practice saying no

Tips for saying no

Experiences of saying no

Avoid distractions and interruptions

Your distractions

Identify your distractions and interruptions

Handling interruptions

Identify strategies to manage interruptions

Plan tasks and objectives

Tasks and objectives

Aligning tasks to objectives

SMART planning

Plan your tasks

To-do lists and flexibility

Gantt charts part 1

Create a Gantt chart

Gantt charts part 2

Create a Gantt chart for your project

Six thinking hats

Activity, productivity and presentee-ism

Taking breaks and holidays

Mind maps

Be conscious of time

Manage email more effectively

Decide whether to send an email

Tips for managing email

Identify the changes you will make

Further learning

Improve your academic reading

The key to effective academic reading

Tips for academic reading

Foundations

Welcome

How this course works

Get started!

Course map

Books and online tools and resources

Recommendation: Follow-on workshops