Apart from communication, computer or other technical skills, organizational skills is one of the most important transferable job skills a worker can possess. Companies need workers who can stay organized and focus on the projects at hand. However, company managers must also organize the work of their employees. Organizational skills in the workplace can include general organizing, planning, time management, scheduling, coordinating resources and meeting deadlines.
Employees at work feel they are 'busy'; but good companies and organizations make certain their employees are busy 'doing the right things efficiently and effectively' - i.e. 'doing the right things, right'. This workshop is the ideal way to learn and practice the skills of good planning. The course helps delegates understand the key elements of planning and organizing - and shows how they can be readily applied to the delegates' work environments. It will help people interested in clearly identifying and prioritizing the tasks and activities needed to achieve both business and personal goals