Time and priority management​

Time and priority management​

Details of the training

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Time and priority management​
4 to 8 participants
Online training
Duration: 14 hours (2 days)
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1200 € excl. tax per person
Video-conference training, adapted to people with disabilities
Access time after registration: 1 month.
Alternative theoretical and practical means with case studies and analysis tools.
Evaluation: tests and quizzes throughout the training
In-company training: contact us

General aim of the training

To acquire organisational and time management methods so as to become effective in your company.




To assess your time management

  • To identify the key perspectives towards time management. To clarify your professional role regarding the aim of your mission.
  • To diagnose the use of your time.
  • To identify the main factors of time wasting.

To define and manage priorities

  • To identify 2 key dimensions within the definition of your priorities: urgency and importance.
  • To plan activities according to priorities.


To align your own and your team’s time management with its priorities

  • To clarify your management role and your latitude so as to optimise your own and your team’s time.
  • To share your personal view of the team’s mission so as to give meaning to everyone’s priorities
  • To identify the high added value activities for you and your team. To transition from wasted time to useful time: to identify urgency and importance and create your priority matrix.

To master the art of an efficient personal organisation

  • To determine the common traps of time management and to train yourself to identify the signs of your time management gremlins.
  • To organise your schedule in a realistic and balanced way whilst using the 5 components to improve efficiency: priorities, choice, planning, energy, and focalisation.
  • To deal with urgencies and unforeseen events with clarity






No degree or certificate required

Knowing the fundamentals of time management and its priorities.