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Date: 7th to 11th October

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Biki Koirala, Helvetas Nepal

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Rajesh Pathak
Business Consultant

Phone: 981 346 1049
Email : kabuleader@gmail.com

One-day Time Management Training


Understanding the secrets of time brings effectiveness, joy and freedom in our life. It is because time is a unique resource that all humans are granted equally. All of us have the same amount – 24 hours a day, yet the experience of it differ from person to person. The one who knows the secrets yield more out of it.

Time cannot be accumulated it as other resources. It is spent 60 seconds per minute by every one of us. Once it is lost, it cannot be replaced or rediscovered. But knowing how to manage time can maximize it. This training is for those who want to make the most out of time.

Time management is a skill and also an attitude. We can learn the skills just as other management skills. We can develop the attitude just as other aspects of personality. Better time management means more effectiveness and higher efficiency. This training program shares the universal principles of time management, equip you with skills and enhance attitude towards time. At the same time it recognizes that time management is a personal process and must fit your style and circumstances. So, it leaves some features to your free choice.


  • Understand time and get its feeling/essence down to the cells
  • Learn time management skills and tools
  • Develop attitude of efficient manager of time
  • To enjoy time



  • The basics of time management
  • What controls your time
  • Three tests of time: necessity, appropriateness, efficiency
  • Setting priorities: judgment, relativity, timing
  • Planning aids
    • Short-term planning aids: weekly plan, daily plan worksheet
    • Long-term planning aids: action-planning worksheet, milestone chart and PERT (Program Evaluation & Review Technique)
  • Time-wasters:
    • Self-generated (disorganization, procrastination, Inability to say 'no', gossip, unnecessary perfectionism)
    • Environmental (Visitors, telephone calls, mails, waiting for someone, unproductive meetings, crises, coffee time conversation, unused reports)
  • Office technology to save time
  • Higher dimensions of time management
    • Time management or self-management?
    • Time management or energy management?
    • How to become the source of time instead of victim of time?
  • Summarization with four generations of time management and Time Management Matrix (as in 7 Habits of Highly Effective People by Stephen Covey)
  • Applying what you've learnt



  • Lively and Interactive discussions/presentations
  • Case studies
  • Group works
  • Time management games
  • Action planning


One day (8 hours including tea/lunch breaks)