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Effective time management is the key to productivity and efficiency in the workplace. Time management ensures that time isn’t being wasted, work is being completed on time, and your team remains focused on their most important tasks.

Time management skills can be difficult to develop, though, leading to disorganization and inefficiency. To maximize your team’s performance and encourage growth, it’s important for managers to learn what tools and practices they can utilize to organize their teams and make the most out of every minute.

To help you boost productivity in your workplace, here are three excellent time management tools and training resources from HRDQ.

What is Time Management?

Time management involves allocating your time to work-related tasks as efficiently as possible. This often includes planning out your day ahead of time and exercising strong self-discipline to complete your daily tasks in their allotted amount of time. For effective time management, it’s important to establish clear goals and expectations.

Time management is an incredibly vital skill for any employer or employee. It ensures that your team is always running at maximum efficiency, hitting deadlines, and staying focused on their daily tasks.

HRDQ Time Management Tools & Training

At HRDQ, we specialize in providing high-quality training materials that help employers and employees maximize productivity and maintain strong performance.

Our time management tools and training resources are designed to help you effectively allocate your time and find a time management style that suits you and your team.

What's My Time Style

Everyone is different, and what works for one may not work for you.

What’s My Time Style is an easy-to-use assessment that helps you identify your time management style based on the personality theories of Marston and Jung. There are four basic behavioral styles: direct, spirited, considerate, and systematic. This assessment helps you identify which of these styles you identify with and teaches you how to develop an effective time management system based on your preferred style.

With this assessment, professionals can figure out the best way to maximize their time and work with others that may have different time management styles than their own.

Balancing Priorities

An important aspect of time management is being able to balance your daily tasks, deadlines, and expectations.

Balancing Priorities is a reproducible training library that helps you and your employees develop the skills they need to effectively manage their workloads. This half-day program will teach your employees how to effectively set goals, delegate tasks, and organize themselves for better productivity. With these skills, your employees will be able to better manage their workload and optimize their time throughout the workday.

Time Management

Time Management is a reproducible training library that helps employees increase efficiency and effectiveness through time management techniques that suit their individual personalities.

This training resource focuses on the idea that effective time management practices, like goal setting and prioritization, help employees improve performance and reduce stress by preventing interruptions.

With this training library, employees will learn how to apply time-saving techniques, techniques for overcoming procrastination, and methods to help them live a balanced life.

Tips for Effective Time Management

There are several basic steps you and your employees can take to make the most out of your time at work.

Keep these tips in mind to improve your time management skills:

  • Create a daily list that includes your daily tasks and goals.
  • Complete the most important tasks first to reduce stress and generate more feelings of accomplishment.
  • Track your time to ensure you are completing tasks within their allotted time frame.
  • Avoid multitasking when possible to remain focused on the task at hand.
  • Schedule breaks throughout the day, and avoid taking unscheduled breaks.
  • Use a calendar to keep track of important deadlines and meetings
  • Evaluate how you currently spend your time and identify how you are wasting your time.
  • Group similar tasks together.
  • Give time limits to different tasks to encourage yourself to remain focused.
  • Create daily routines and stick to them when possible. For example, create a block of time in the morning to answer emails and return phone calls.

While everyone’s time management style is different, tips like these can help almost anyone improve their daily workflow and be more productive.

More HRDQ Training Resources

Time management is an essential skill that every employer and employee should learn to improve their daily performance. With our proven time management tools and training resources, employers can help their employees develop the skills they need to maximize their time in their professional and personal lives.

HRDQ offers a wide range of customizable training libraries to help employers build unique training programs that foster success. These training resources are constantly updated and revised to reflect modern best practices, and they can be easily customized to reflect your unique needs.

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Bradford R. Glaser

Brad is President and CEO of HRDQ, a publisher of soft-skills learning solutions, and HRDQ-U, an online community for learning professionals hosting webinars, workshops, and podcasts. His 35+ years of experience in adult learning and development have fostered his passion for improving the performance of organizations, teams, and individuals.