Ultimate Time Management

Exam Questions: 40
Course Level: Basic
Pages: 292 | Content: 252, Supplemental: 40
NASBA Area of Study: Personal Development
Not Acceptable for: Enrolled Agents
Version: 8170

Business professionals often dedicate long hours to work, sometimes with little to show for it. This course will help you see where you could be sabotaging your own goals and help you identify where you are losing personal time and possibly mismanaging career time. It uses practical productivity tools and techniques to show you how to be more productive at work, have more time to pursue your life goals, and build a culture that supports achieving objectives without risking burnout. PLEASE NOTE: This course uses Australian terminology and spelling. Not accepted for Enrolled Agents. CPAs: Some states limit or prohibit CPE earned in the personal development area of study - please check with your licensing board for details or limitations. All course material provided. No prerequisites. Course level: Basic.

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Table of Contents
  • Origins of the Eight-Hour Workday
  • The Evolution of Work
  • The Flow State
  • Dr Feelgood
  • How Organisations Kill Productivity
  • People Over Process
  • The Typical Workday
  • How to Build a Time-Rich Culture
  • Toxic Work Culture and Environment
  • How Individuals Kill Productivity
  • Pea: Prioritise, Economies of Scale, and Alignment
  • C: Cut the Fat
  • A: Automation
  • O: Outsource (and Delegate)
  • T: Test and Iterate
  • S: Start Your Engine
  • Sick and Tired of Feeling Sick and Tired?
  • Productivity Tips and Tricks
  • To recall the significant contributions of Robert Owen to the labor movement
  • To identify the segment of today's American economy that employs the most people
  • To identify the characteristics of various brain waves
  • To recall the differences between night owls and early birds
  • To recognize what it takes to build an innovative work culture
  • To identify why the "37 percent" rule is used in business
  • To recognize the various types of stress
  • To recall examples of extrinsic motivators
  • To identify tools that assist with asynchronous communication
  • To recognize the amount of time employees spend daily on email
  • To recognize the characteristics of the Pareto Principle
  • To identify the purpose of the ICE decision-making model
  • To recall the various uses for specific apps
  • To recognize the importance of the Babbage Principle
  • To recognize the importance of metrics
  • To recall steps that can be taken to reduce stress
  • To recognize characteristics of the American workforce
  • To recall how the Pomodoro Technique works

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