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Assistant Professor-Time Management: Master Class

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Room G7

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Loyola Institute

2 Trinity College

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Time Management and Prioritisation

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With three distinct areas of work in Research, Teaching and Contribution, planning and prioritisation is the key to success. This Time Management & Prioritisation Masterclass is a good opportunity to enhance your existing skills.

Unlike many other training courses which help people to learn new skills, time management attempts to help people to shake-off long-held habits which are holding them back – habits that they may not be aware of, like how they think, what they believe, how they make decisions and how they do their work. And to replace these habits with new and useful habits which will help them to perform much more effectively – doing better quality work in less time. At the same time, the masterclass will attempt to help participants accurately read and respond to the reality of their environment, e.g. 24/7 technology, email and broader organisational culture, large meetings, working with a broad range of academic colleagues, expectations of various stakeholders, etc., in the best possible way.

More than anything else, managing time effectively is about managing the stress of choice. For most people, there is too much to do and not enough time in which to do it. Effective time managers are able to cut through the distractions and focus on what truly adds value. While the masterclass will deal with important (and more traditional) aspects of time management such as planning, it will actually focus more on developing long-term strategies which the participant can draw on as they progress through the University.

Changing habits is much more difficult than learning new skills. Participants need to identify their own work patterns and habits (this is difficult as they are mostly unconscious), identify what is working (and should be kept) and what is not working (and needs to change). There will be a pre master class workbook to work through to help identify these patterns.

Our Speaker for Time Management and Prioritisation:

Julia Rowan,


Author, Executive Coach, Training Consultant

Performance Matters

Henley Management College

Very experienced training professional and executive coach working with a range of individuals and organisations to support workplace learning and development through the provision of training courses, executive coaching and team facilitation. Julia's career, which spanned a number of areas and different levels, informs the very practical approach which clients, coachees and participants value.

As an executive coach, Julia is in monthly supervision and is constantly updating her skills through a range of CPD activities.

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