Future of Work
Time Management 101
How we can help train your team with new skills: an Indonesian loyalty consultant case.
- Loyalty Consultancy in Indonesia
- The CEO who has studied and worked in the US, feels her team will benefit from better time management skills.
Time Management Training
- All 50 team members were given a time-management survey to fill in before training.
- Each batch received a 90-minute face-to-face training, a workbook, and a journal for a week.
- A week after the training, all 50 team members were given another time-management survey to fill in.
75% of the participants felt their time management skills greatly improved
The most popular changed behavior was checking emails. More than 80% of participants no longer checked emails randomly throughout the day, but used designated times to do so.
- Realising the importance of focusing on 1 task using a tool such as the Pomodoro technique, allowing them to work more effectively and efficiently (this meant they also realized that multi-tasking does not work, and acts like a drainer)
- Energizers versus drainers, allowing participants to better plan their day based on tasks that they recognized to energize or drain their energy
- Participants understood that procrastination is normal, and identified their own procrastination style. As such, they are better equipped to overcome this now