Assumptions about management practices: Work pressure increasing constantly due to higher demands from both superiors and subordinates; Managers do not consider applying skills of organizing or managing Assumptions about participants‟ knowledge and skills: Time management skills are not as important as technical skills; Managing time is planning one-day‟s work; A good manager can memorize everything; A manager requires more time to complete his or her work; A professional manager obviously knows how to manage his or her work and

This training will help you to learn:


  • develop strategies to reduce the time barriers in their work;
  • apply time management techniques to plan work;
  • set up management strategies for papers, phone, meetings, and working place;
  • Develop plans for a small

Who should attend?

The course is designed for the following participants:

  • Business owners;
  • Members of Boards of Directors
  • Managers of different departments
  • Junior and frontline supervisors

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