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Time / Self Management:
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Time management is a supervisor's most valuable tool. If you feel bogged down by insurmountable projects, endless paperwork and constant interruptions, then your time schedule is not working effectively. This training is designed to teach managers how to evaluate, reorganize and better manage their time.


  • Dispel common time management myths by foiling "time theft" and "efficiency."
  • Identify the most common interruptions of working time and ways to eliminate them.
  • Understand prime work times and the use of time logs in effective time management.
  • Learn to realistically estimate the urgency of and time needed to complete tasks.
  • Overcome procrastination by learning your own patterns of time wasting.
  • Make "To-Do" lists that really work.
  • Develop effective planning tools that reduce redundant paperwork.
  • Learn the importance of delegation and how to use it effectively.
  • Develop the necessary skills to build a cooperative and time efficient staff.
  • Practice, role-play, problem-solve and discuss.
  • Translate what you learn into action.

For more information regarding our on-site training programs e-mail at info@aeschwartz.com.

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What Participants Are Saying...

"I really appreciated guidance on time management as it is one of my biggest problems. In addition, the resource materials offered are well worth the cost of the program."

Adams Carroll, Senior Manager Sales
Daniel & O'Keefe

"I learned to understand the importance of prioritizing tasks and identifying the most efficient time for different tasks. It is understandable why Mr. Schwartz is a time management expert."

Stan Pensak, Software Engineer
Intec Controls Corporation

"A great refresher of time management, problem solving, and other management tools. This course created a new path of thinking for me. Most everything this course covered can be applied immediately, professionally, and personally."

Darlene Dery, Materials Coordinator
ESA, Inc.