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Time Management for Leaders

Author: Vado Inc.

Category: Online Personal Development Training > Leadership

As a leader, a key area impacting success is time management. Whether it’s managing your own, or coaching your team, being good at managing priorities and how work gets done is critical. This course will help build your skills to delegate the right work to others to enable you to focus on what’s ...

Keywords: Time Management for Leaders, time management, Leaders

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Included Modules:
  • 87756

    Module 1: Delegating with Clear Expectations Establish clear agreements regarding what will be done when delegating to employees

  • 87757

    Module 2: Acting with Appropriate Speed to Problems Evaluate whether you acted with appropriate speed to problems and issues

  • 87758

    Module 3: Conduct Effective Meetings Conduct effective and efficient meetings

  • 87759

    Module 4: Requirements for Success Assess whether employees have what they need to be successful in their role

  • 87760

    Module 5: Meeting Goals and Achieving the Strategy Determine what the team can do to help meet the team’s goals and achieve the organization strategy

  • 87764

    Module 6: Team Norms and Expectations Create behavior norms and expectations for working together as a team

  • 87762

    Module 7: Creating Work Autonomy Create the right level of work autonomy for your team

  • 87766

    Module 8: Meeting Behavior Expectations Create meeting behavior expectations with your team