This short one day course is a starting point which may help people begin a productive conversation which seeks to understand and constructively implement a more considered and intentional approach to personal time management.
Three sections will cover..
• A brief history of The Salvation Army with regard to its early day work ethic leading to exploring the influences and circumstances which define our own attitudes towards how we organise our own time.
• Examples of behaviour which enhance or detract from our effective use of time
• Exploring different models of time management and ways of implementing the effective use of time.
Other courses helpful for development:
• The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People
• Emotional Wellbeing and Resilience
• Everyone Counts
• Personnel Management
• Ministry and Management
This one-day course is for anyone who is interested in exploring time management as an important component of a healthy and effective lifestyle. Although primarily aimed at time management within ones role/appointment it will explored within the wider context of one’s whole life well-being.
William Booth College
22nd November 2017
9.30am – 4.30pm
By the end of this course, delegates should be able to:
• Acknowledge the need to prioritise time
• Objectively explore personal values which enhance or detract from effective use of time
• Consider different models of time management
• Consider and acknowledge examples of good practice which you could apply to your own working environment