Developing Time Intelligence
Duration: 2 days

 

 

 


Developing Time Intelligence

Trainer: Anil Bhatnagar

Duration: 2 days

About The Workshop:

  •  ‘Developing Time Intelligence’ is not one among any of the run-of-the-mill workshops on time management. The workshop, based on 15 different Time intelligence competencies*(listed below), checks the participants on their existing ‘TIQ’ i.e.  Time intelligence quotient. The participants discover what all it takes to use their time intelligently so as to bring order, right prioritization, efficiency and effectiveness in their life. The workshop is based on four pillars of change: passion, principles, planning, and practice. Unlike other usual workshops on the subject, instead of sermonizing on what the participants should or should not do, this workshop directly sets out to identify, and fine tune the elements of the mental software that shape our responses. It seeks to develop one’s intelligence and habits to use one’s time more effectively through a progressively growing awareness of the value of time and by triggering a process of gradual but ceaseless transformation of one’s attitude and habits.
  • A majority of managers fail to realize that providing the proper planning (nutritious food) is not enough. Along with the creation of a proper environment, one also needs to ensure within oneself and among the team members the mental and emotional readiness (the appetite) for it too.
  • Any attempt that does not take care of these subtle realities i.e.,  the environment, and the mental and emotional readiness can only bring temporary and lukewarm change at best; no wonder there are so few who succeed in inculcating real time intelligence skills.
  • This workshop considers the fact that most executives, to some extent are already intelligent enough to plan their time; what they fail at is not planning but implementation part of it. Yet usual workshops dedicate almost all their time to planning part of it. Hence, unlike usual workshops on time management, this one stresses not only on planning part of it adequately  but also on identifying the real psychological bottlenecks that keep executives from sticking to their own plans. Time management is not merely a left-brained logical planning but more of cultivation of a spirited will and unswerving inner determination to stick to it--and this is what this workshop develops in the participants apart from everything else that makes one a complete time-genius manager. This workshop develops among participants the real time-intelligence because of which they will be able to develop a consciousness to extract the best from each of their present moments. The workshop also enables participants to develop their own effective customized time planners to take care of their unique shortcomings, needs, and style.
  • The workshop checks the participants and provides a pragmatic power-packed customized blue print for developing in them the following 15 Time intelligent competencies*.

A

Realistic Passion

B

Boulders

C

Team Time Concern

D

Urgency Addiction

E

Overcoming Passivity

F

Analysing/Learning

G

Time- use Awareness

H

Clarity of task/Energy

I

Planning

J

Scheduling

K

Handling Interruptions

L

Holding and attending Meetings

M

Order/paper work

N

Delegation

O

Procrastination

Contents:

First Day

A. Passion: (9.45-11/11.15-1.30)=75+135=210

Checking your present passion level

Revisiting your proficiency chart to learn your weak areas to set priorities for improvement in habits.

  • The 6 ‘P’s of Time Intelligence: Passion, Principles, Planning, Preparation, Practicing and Programming
  • Expectations from the program
  • Getting ready for the learning
  • Shelf life of knowledge
  • Habit Tank vs Knowledge Tank
  • What is Time intelligence and its advantages over Time Management
  • Recapitulation of ‘take aways’ from this session
  • Action points (50 mins)

 

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B. Principles: Daily principles during the work hours :

 

Checking your present proficiency in

·         Clarity of task/Energy awareness

·         Urgency Addiction

·         Team Time Concern

·         Passivity

 

Revisiting your proficiency chart to learn your weak areas to set priorities for improvement in habits.

 

1.            Step up Awareness:

·                     Use these tools to step up your time-awareness level: A planner, a scheduler, a briefer, and a learner.

·                     Identifying and handling time wasters

·                     Delegating appropriate tasks in an effective manner and

 

 

2.      Simplify the Task (DS):

·                     Delegate                                                                                   

·                     Single Handling

·                     Bunching

·                     Break up tasks

 

3.       Empower Yourself

·                     Meditate and step up your mindfulness

·                     Handle any paper only twice

·                     Learn to say, ‘No’;

·                     Split yourself into a CEO and a loyal Personal Secretary to him.

·                     Developing will power                                               

·                     Four quadrants: II, I, III, IV.

·                     Put them in the order of B->A->S, and aim for a dry day!

·                     Use two ‘MY TIME’ slots.

 

·                     As per our Circadian Rhythm some hours are more productive than others. Use prime time wisely

 

·         .Recapitulation of ‘take aways’ from this session

·         Action points

Second Day

C.    Planning and Scheduling:

Checking your present proficiency in Planning and Scheduling

Revisiting your proficiency chart to learn your weak areas to set priorities for improvement in habits.

  • Planning backwards from future
  • Facets, key result areas, goals, and activities
  • Process and event kind of goals and deadlines
  • The daily, weekly, monthly, yearly, and indeterminate cycle of tasks
  • The self-imposed discipline—how to become progressively more and more disciplined.
  • Maintaining the planner, scheduler, briefer and the active and reactive learner

Recapitulation of ‘take aways’ from this session

Action points

D. Practicing (Implementing our plans)

Checking your present proficiency in

·         managing Interruptions

·         holding time-effective Meetings,

·         managing Order/paper work

·         managing Procrastination.

·         Time- use Awareness

·         Analysing/Learning skills

Revisiting your proficiency chart to learn your weak areas to set priorities for improvement in habits.

·         Controlling interruptions.

·         Overcoming procrastination

·         Staying on the track. Do not do other things.

·          Knowledge and habit tank

·         Recapitulation of ‘take aways’ from this session

·         Action points

OBJECTIVES:

By the end of the workshop the participants will have

·         Known what all (the fifteen competencies) it takes to become a time-genius. discovered their present level of profieciency in each of these competencies.

·         Identified their weak areas and habits they need to change in the order of priority.

·         learnt how to change any habit in a systematic manner.

·         prepared a customized plan of action to step up their time intelligence in a consistent, continuous and phased manner.

·         realized that their dreams exist only because they are meant to be fulfilled, and they only need to feel and believe in them intensely enough to fulfill them. 

·         developed an awareness of how they have been using their time till date and the need to change it.

·         developed an awareness of their limiting beliefs and habits that come in the way of their becoming excellent time-managers. Replacing these with empowering beliefs and habits.

·         developed strategies to hone their fifteen competencies of time intelligence and consequently take the time intelligent decisions, moment after moment.

·         known how to use the hitherto underused power of their right brain—self control, imagination, thoughts, emotions, attitude etc. to achieve timely results.

·         prepared and signed an action plan for bringing out the most relevant and profound changes in the way they manage their personal and corporate life, using the newly acquired tools and techniques pertaining to time intelligence.

·         found an enhanced commitment and enthusiasm towards their work, new vitality, improved concentration, creativity, efficiency and motivation.

 

 

 

 

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