Time and Priority Management – Efficiency and Effectiveness

Time and Priority Management – Efficiency and Effectiveness
Program Objective

Achieving goals is of utmost importance in both business and personal life, and our time is the most valuable resource we possess. The goal of this seminar is to provide participants with the skills and knowledge needed to manage their time and priorities effectively. Topics covered include improving personal organization, setting and achieving goals efficiently, directing and allocating one’s work and life energy productively, maximizing daily activities, and effectively managing time and priorities to lead a healthier and happier life.

Special attention will be given to the practical aspect of time and priority management, as well as how to successfully apply acquired knowledge and skills in practical business situations.

Intented Audience

The seminar is intended for anyone who wants to enhance their personal efficiency and learn valuable principles of personal organization and time management.


After completing the seminar, participants will be able to
  • Describe and explain the main principles of time and priority management.
  • Analyze, recognize, discover, and evaluate correct and incorrect practices (mistakes) that occur in personal organization, time management, and workplace organization.
  • Apply useful principles of time management.
  • Apply useful principles of workplace management.
  • Synthesize their own approach and method for managing time and priorities based on various models and concepts introduced during the seminar.


Implementation Method

Participants will be divided into teams that will compete in solving a series of problem situations during the program. Various methods will be used throughout the program, including facilitated discussions, role-playing, video feedback, case studies, group work, critical event analysis, demonstrations, presentations, brainstorming, questionnaires, panels, and the exchange of experiences. The main focus is on skill development rather than dry theoretical information transfer, which is dominant in traditional teaching methods.


The optimal duration of the seminar is 8 school hours, spread over four blocks of 90 minutes each (typically one working day).


Program Topics
  • Emotional control; what you need to know about seven hormones.
  • How stress works.
  • Levers for controlling stress and negative moods.
  • Autosuggestion techniques on the path to goals.
  • Mental and emotional preparation in key life and business situations.
  • Achieving maximum results in daily activities.
  • Time management profile.
  • Fundamental time management principle.
⌚ 17 rules of time and priority management, including:
  • Using the fundamental time management principle.
  • Setting goals and plans.
  • Setting priorities.
  • Avoiding overplanning.
  • Breaking down large tasks into smaller ones.
  • Aligning with the biological clock.
  • Focusing on one thing.
  • Using the zero control rule.
  • Eliminating time thieves.
  • Asserting yourself.
  • Managing do-not-forget tasks.a
  • Managing your workspace.
  • Not procrastinating the unpleasant.
  • Managing email.
  • Managing business meetings.
  • Allocating time for yourself and managing stress.
Time and Priority Management – Efficiency and Effectiveness