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Mastering Workload Management



This training program is designed to equip participants with the skills necessary to effectively handle diverse workloads and time-sensitive responsibilities. By honing these essential competencies, individuals are empowered to enhance productivity, streamline workflow, and achieve optimal results in their professional endeavors.

Program Objectives:

At the end of this program, participants will be able to:

  • Apply the skills necessary to get work completed on time.

  • Use effectively, basic project planning tools to plan and schedule work.

  • Identify key stakeholders and understand how to gain their support and input.

  • Use positive communication & influencing techniques to ensure work is completed on time.

  • Appreciate & engage colleagues to gain their commitment and support.

Targeted Audience:

  • Professionals who want to learn techniques to work with other colleagues.

  • Team leaders, supervisors, section heads, and managers.

  • Professionals who have an interest in a management position.

  • Project, purchasing, finance & production officers and personnel.

  • Technical professionals including those in Maintenance, Engineering & Production.

  • Secretaries, clerks, administrative and support staff.

  • Employees who juggle multiple tasks and deadlines.

Program Outlines:

Unit 1:

 Introduction of Work Task Concepts:

  • Understanding the role of self-management in managing tasks.

  • Overview and context of task management.

  • Identifying reasons for the current focus in business on managing tasks.

  • Understanding how work is accomplished in organizations.

  • Identifying the role of strategic management in the leadership of tasks.

  • Understanding the role of organization type in task management.

Unit 2: 

Importance of Planning in Management of Tasks:

  • Clarifying goals, objectives, assumptions, and constraints in work.

  • Integrating a scope, work structure, and management plan in assignments.

  • Learning to identify and manage stakeholders.

  • Identifying risk techniques that affect tasks, priorities, and deadlines.

  • Understanding how to develop clarity of purpose and objectives in task assignments.

  • Identifying the skills necessary to lead and manage work tasks.

Unit 3: 

Setting Priorities & Deadlines in our Time Management:

  • Using the manner we approach work as an initial time management plan.

  • Planning for time management, scheduling, and meeting deadlines.

  • Integrating time management into the development of priorities.

  • Making the most from meetings, e-mails, interruptions, and transition time.

  • Developing a personal plan, with a ‘to do’ list and priorities.

  • Dealing with time wasters, procrastination, and bosses.

Unit 4: 

Skills Required to Deal with People in our Work Assignments:

  • Identifying the skills required to obtain the help of others on tasks.

  • The importance of understanding our ways of working with others.

  • The importance of interpersonal skills in the accomplishment of tasks.

  • Identifying interpersonal work styles of self and others.

  • Understanding task flexibility and versatility in people leadership.

  • Learning how to work better with others to have productive work.

Unit 5: 

Personally Managing Tasks to Implement Change:

  • Learning techniques to use communication for success in tasks.

  • Understand the characteristics of proper communication.

  • Identifying methods to deal with human change patterns.

  • Developing a personal plan to become more effective with self-management.

  • Dealing with some people who struggle with change.

  • Practicing techniques to help colleagues with change.

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