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Effective time management skills


Effective time management skills


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With multiple priorities, most people struggle with managing their time. With blurred boundaries between work life and home life now, how do we make sure that we achieve that balance and continue to achieve more?

Join this webinar to learn how you can work smarter and not harder with your time.

Learning outcomes

  • Principles of time management
  • Identifying your values and priorities
  • Barriers to time management

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Professional development

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Programme outline

Our time management session explores the need for reflection, planning, organising, setting goals and responding to day-to-day activities and demands. It'll also help you decide what activities give you the biggest return at work and in life. You will consider what methods of time management are possible in your situation and learn how to make time management a daily practice.


Paul Gapper, Senior Facilitator, Happy Ltd

Paul Gapper is a Masters qualified trainer with experience in interpersonal skills, work skills and management training. He has worked in the public, private and voluntary sectors for over fifteen years. Paul has a Distinction in the Institute of Personnel Development Training Certificate and the teacher-training certificate for Mindfulness-Based Approaches from the Oxford Mindfulness Centre.

Paul was a Finalist for the Learning Professional of the Year at the 2017 Learning Awards, an annual event hosted by the Learning and Performance Institute, recognising outstanding examples of high standards, best practice, innovation and excellence in Learning and Development.

Paul’s previous clients span the public, private and voluntary sectors and include: c2c Rail, National Audit Office, The Brooke Hospital for Animals, Rothschild, Office of the Deputy Prime Minister, Reed Employment, Sterling Hamilton Wright Insurance, Gibraltar Social Services, Enfield Council, Haringey Council, Hounslow Council, London Probation Area, NHS, National Research Ethics Service, Origin, Greenpeace, Pathological Society, Youth Justice Board, St Mungo’s, Turning Point, Cambridgeshire Probation Service, London Voluntary Service Council, and Primary Care Education Centre – West London, London Magistrates Court Volunteer.