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Comprehensive, Culturally Approriate, and Competency-Based Workforce Development.

CWDS Curriculum

Teaching Time Management: A Workshop for Supervisors

Level: Advanced Practice – Supervisor

Credits: 6

Intended Audience: Supervisors seeking methods and skills to effectively manage their time and to increase their repertoire of effective time management techniques to train their staff

Intended Objectives:

  • To examine own use of time
  • To develop new time management skills
  • To be able to teach time management techniques to staff taking into account various learning styles

Topics Include:

  • T.I.M.E.—A Model for Prioritization
  • Steps of a 2-List Plan
  • Tips for Efficiency
  • Dealing with Paperwork
  • Supervisory Time Shaver Tips
  • Sabotaging Effective Time Management
  • Perfectionism vs. Functionalism

Competencies Addressed:

531-1 The supervisor knows and can utilize a continuum of decision making strategies and can identify the most effective strategy for each situation

537-1 The supervisor can plan, organize, and manage multiple priorities and can perform activities in a manner which makes the best use of existing resources and time

537-2 The supervisor understands the origins and consequences of work-related stress, and knows coping and management skills to prevent burnout

The above competencies were adapted from I.H.S. (Ohio) Competencies for Supervisors and Managers

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