“Organization isn’t about perfection. It’s about efficiency, reducing stress and clutter, saving time and money and improving your overall quality of life.”- Christine Scalise
The ultimate goal and the reason for the existence of any organization is profit and it is possible only through increased productivity. For achieving this, the role of a manager cannot be underestimated. The skill set of a manager is incomplete until he/she masters the art of planning and organization.
Planning and organization are not an independent skill. It is highly applicable in the successful completion of any task.
Successful management, increase in productivity and better problem solving are guaranteed outcomes of effective planning and organization.
- Would you like to analyse your skills in planning and organization and know where you go wrong?
- Do you want to be better than your competitors?
- Do you ever feel that all your hard-work is in vain?
- Is goal setting a burden to you?
- Do you miss out on the important events in your life because of your tight work schedule?
- Would you like to be better at delegating tasks to your team members?
- Do you struggle with the mess you created around yourself?
- Do you feel like 24 hours a day is not enough for you?
If you answered ‘yes’ for these questions, we can help you. Join us for Planning and Organization -What and What Not to Do.
This session focuses on a range of important aspects a people manager should be aware of and be a master of to get the work done in the shortest time and the least amount of resources available. The emphasis on time management, delegation and competition is for enabling the participants to be better at planning and organization is not complete until he masters the art of planning and organization.
Planning and Organization -What and What Not to Do is based on experiential learning using online pre-work, engaging facilitation, and online follow-up to create a personalized learning experience. Best practices, the most appropriate learning principles and the most relevant content are the highlights of the programme.
- Define the concepts of planning and organization to get a clear understanding about them and apply in their personal as well as work lives.
- Match specific needs to the different types of planning required and use the most appropriate planning tool.
- Demonstrate organization competence and work on the limitations.
- Identify the strengths and weaknesses of self as well as their competitors and make use of this knowledge for their advantage through effective planning.
- Build a strong, long-lasting and effectively working team by learning the tactics of successful delegation.
- Create an easier work schedule through prioritizing successfully.
- Simplify workload by mastering the art of smart work.
- Modify lifetime routine to equally focus on personal life as well as career.
- Improve control of and confidence in the immediate work environment.
- Outline goals and achieve them by overcoming obstacles.
|Session Name||Brief Overview|
|Introduction||Participants are introduced to the entire structure of the course and their commitment reaffirmed|
|Analysing, Planning and Organizing||This session will be dedicated to defining planning and organizing, differentiating between the two and discussing the importance and relevance of them in workplace.|
|Planning Tools||The participants are oriented about the various planning tools available, their use and how to use them.|
|Organization Competency||Focuses on how to master organization. Included exercises and worksheets.|
|The Competitive Advantage||Talks about how efficient planning can help in knowing the competitors and how to craft marketing strategies using the knowledge|
|Time management||Stephen Covey’s prioritization grid is introduced. The session also includes a discussion on time wasters and how to combat them.|
|Goal Setting||Effective goal can be made possible when there is a clear idea about SMART goals, common pitfalls in goal setting and the importance of goal orientation.|
|Effective Delegation||Using video, activity and exercises, this session enables the participants to effectively delegate by knowing the steps in delegating and what and what not to delegate.|
|Smart work, not hard-work||The session begins by differentiating between smart work and hard work, followed by the relevance of smart work in the present scenario and tips on working smarter.|
|Work-life balance||A few tips on balancing work and personal life are given to the participants.|