Priority Management

Priority Management

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John Maxwell observed that “Priority management is the answer to maximizing the time you have.” In this course, discover some key factors that maximize our available time and those that minimize it. Also, discover some valuable insights and tools on how to evaluate and prioritize tasks.



  • Discover activities and mindsets that sap focus, time, and productivity

  • Discuss common errors in judgement that contribute to wasting time and misuse priorities

  • Explore a method to evaluate the merits of tasks and how to prioritize them

  • Learn how to use The Focus Funnel

  • 5 Tips for Better Use of Time

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Managing Dynamic Priorities

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Do members of your team recognize the signs of thrashing? If left unchecked, organizations can find themselves with a chronic time famine; always busy but never enough time to get anything done. In this course, learn the general signs and symptoms of thrashing, then dig deeper and discover your teams silent symptoms and what tod o about it.



  • Managing dynamic priorities

  • How thrashing is killing your productivity

  • Signs & symptoms of thrashing

  • Conduct a thrashing root cause analysis

  • Determine corrective actions

  • Automate, delegate, or delete

  • The sure way to fail

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The Trouble with Multitasking

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This module sheds light on some rather common mistakes and faulty thinking that lead to multi-tasking.  In this presentation you’ll demonstrate quick and powerful object lessons to illustrate the mental drag of context switching and its cost to productivity.



  • To do two things at once is to do neither (Syrus)

  • It’s easy to confuse being busy with being productive

  • The culprit: faulty thinking

  • Demonstration of fast and slow thinking (object lesson)

  • The cost of context switching

  • What’s really happening

  • Tools for mono-tasking

  • Understand the barriers to switching tasks

    • Recognize multi-tasking feels like productivity

    • Identify, eliminate, & manage distractions

    • Learn to filter priorities

    • Focused time allocation

    • Helpful responses to the unexpected

  • Group discussion on ways to better mono-task


  • Understand the cognitive gap associated with context switching

  • Develop plan to identify, eliminate and/or manage distractions


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