Managing your time is a core team skill in global, interconnected business. This training gives you the knowledge and practical skills to manage your work, be responsive to your stakeholders and responsible to yourself. You’ll develop the agreements and behaviors that will support your team to successfully manage time together. As the saying goes, you have to do it and you can’t do it alone.
Understand time as a team resource
Build agreements for time management within a team
Develop and implement accountability strategies within a team
Continuously improve time behaviors and skills
Identifying team time sins, wasters and thieves
Identifying time tendencies
Understanding time in 3 dimensions
Increasing time estimation accuracy
Uncovering hidden time traps
Tasking by time type
Applying SMART and FAST request rules
Developing strategies to work beyond time tendencies
Creating a team time charter
Applying Trompenaars’ 4 R process to time agreements
Managing commitments, expectations and prioritization
From intentions to actions – transferring the training to your workplace
“One of the things we love about working with Target Training is that they invest the time necessary to understand what we are trying to get out of this. It’s not “off the shelf” training – and this makes a real difference to the training and business impact.”
Leading and working in virtual teams
Overcoming the challenge of a virtualized and globalized work environment
With offices in 22 countries, having teams work smoothly together across different locations was one of the key challenges facing our client. We developed a range of high-impact solutions including:
A 1-day and 2-day experiential seminar, tailored to reflect specific management culture and typical challenges.
Working in virtual teams and Leading virtual teams were developed as 2 hour virtual modules to reach all employees around the world, from Hawaii to South Africa to Malaysia.
Responding to the participants’ priorities, we rolled out a 1-day seminar, focussing on communication, building relationships within the team and dealing with common threats and derailers.
f you are working in, or expect to be working in a virtual team, this eBook can help you. The same goes for leading a virtual team. You’ll also find the advice contained in the checklists useful if you are involved in HR and HRD.
Our checklists will: