Organizing Work Priorities Training
Among the first tasks you and your team need to accomplish is that of organising work priorities. To reach goals much more quickly, employees and their teams need to be aware of their strengths and weaknesses, coordinate based on them and agree upon certain criteria. How they deal with objectives as a team will determine not only how far they can go as a team, but how far the company itself can go in the free market. This training session is accordingly designed to help teams organise their priorities and accomplish their plans more effectively. It will cover topics such as time-sharing, the fundamentals of teamwork and environmental organisational systems. If you need help on how to be more effective at organising at a team-level or even on a personal level, this training course is surely for you.
Objectives for the Work Priorities Training
This session will help us teach your team:
- Delegate and communicate effectively
The most common and proven method for reaching peak efficiency is task delegation. It is also one of the most difficult parts of organising your team’s priorities. For starters, it requires prudent judgment about the resources available to you and the people you’re currently working with. If you’ve a problem with one of your machines that requires fixing, a crew might have to be set up dedicated to maintaining that machine’s effectiveness. As for people, some of them may have strengths that can be an asset to your endeavors and weaknesses that may have to be mitigated. Knowing how to focus on your team’s advantages and mitigate all existing weaknesses will determine how quickly you can accomplish any task before you and your team. To that end, our trainer will provide you with tools and additional skills that you may require to delegate and communicate in the best possible manner.
- Use time management techniques
Another method integral to excellent priority organisation is time management. Aside from being an efficient component of goal-setting, time management techniques can add an additional layer of motivation into your team. However, time management is not as easy as simply setting an alarm clock or writing on your calendars and memos. It’s also about making proper estimations on how quickly your teammate can accomplish certain tasks. Knowing how to do these things will not only impress your higher-ups, but may even earn you some serious long-term benefits.
- Organize their workspace and environment for efficiency
We mentioned briefly the need to know the resources available to you and your team. Indeed, the importance of organising your resources, workplace and environment cannot be understated. Simply knowing where all the relevant items are on your work desk will not save you valuable time, it can even allow you some serious space in your schedule for other more difficult tasks. In fact, being efficient in this regard will even allow you to have time to catch your breath and get a quick cup of coffee. Knowing how to organise your workplace will not only increase productivity and efficiency, but also allow for a less stressful work environment.
- Prioritizing and planning
There are many ways to prioritise and plan ahead to reach your goals. Each of these plans have their strengths and weaknesses which can promote productivity or stifle your team, depending on the situation. Prudent use of these methods means knowing the factors that could contribute to these strengths and weaknesses and how to maximise or mitigate them respectively. This may seem a lot to take in, but there’s no reason to worry. Our trainer will discuss each of these methods with you and exercise your critical thinking skills by giving you exercises that require prudent judgment. By the end of the day, you’ll not only be an efficient employee, but even an organisational whiz and a logical thinker.
- Action Vs Planning
There is often a tension between action and planning. This is because of a certain paradox throughout all the various eras in history: nothing ever goes as planned, but we need to plan anyway. Indeed, this paradox is often the rationale behind most of our thoughts whenever we think about the past: “Was I really right?” “If only I’d done this,” “Were my plans not sophisticated enough?” “What did I lack at the time?” In fact, this is a very real concern that could arise at any time in the workplace. You can never really figure out the outcome of any action; you just know two things: that you need a plan in order to succeed and not everything might go according to plan. As such, teams have to make plans that are not only well-thought out, but also allow for scenarios that may be out of our control. Here, you will learn about the benefits of planning fluidly and the consequences that could arise from too much planning.
- Stress Management & Coping Strategies
Working efficiently means pushing your body and mental state to their very limit. In fact, there are some other factors that could potentially exacerbate this problem and produce more emotional and physical burden for employees. As such, there is a growing need for companies, teams and employees to help each other out and raise each other’s morale through various means. For our part, we would like to help you cope with the stress that might ensue by giving you tips on how to better handle stress and keep morale high at all times.
- Much more can be included also (Customized Training)
There is also a way to customise and create your own training course by choosing from our wide variety of training sessions to suit your team’s needs. For more information on how to do this, please contact us. We’ll be more than happy to help you out.
Work Priorities Training Summary
The most successful companies are often the ones with the most efficient teams, and the most efficient teams are often those that understand the importance of establishing priorities. Knowing the various methods of establishing these priorities such as time management, task delegation and stress reduction techniques can really turn your team into a superior force your company would give anything to retain. Conversely, not knowing how to manage your priorities might not only prove catastrophic for your team, but for the company you’re working for. If you need to learn more about maximising your organisational skills, then this course is definitely for you.
We hold this and other similar training courses Australia wide including Melbourne, Canberra, Parramatta, Perth, Sydney, Adelaide, Brisbane, Gold Coast, Darwin. If the session does not meet all your needed outcomes, then we have plenty of other training courses for you to choose from. In fact, you can talk to our training experts if you want a customised training course for you and your team.