Looking to improve your time management? Do you want to reduce stress while being more productive? Would you like to have a sense of accomplishment after a day’s work? Ballybane Enterprise Centre is hosting a seminar on time management for business managers and owners of small businesses on Wednesday October 26 which aims to help business owners use the principals of time management to increase sales and reduce costs by using their time effectively.
Facilitated by William Corless, this unique, interactive and engaging seminar offers an empowering approach to time management with opportunities for participants to put into practice new skills learned at the evening.
A qualified business and personal coach with over fifteen years experience of leading and empowering people, Mr Corless will explore proven strategies for time management, challenge existing behaviour patterns and help participants develop their individual action plans for claiming back their time.
Announcing the event Liam Bluett, General Manager, Ballybane Enterprise Centre said that in the current economic climate many business owners and managers are both time poor and cash poor.
“The importance of good time management skills cannot be underestimated- they are fundamentally reducing stress, increasing sales and boosting productivity, and more importantly enhancing to quality of life.
“Next Wednesday’s seminar is a unique opportunity for local business owner to examine their current approaches, see what’s working and learn new techniques to take ownership of their time.”
According to William Corless, many people associate successful people with good time management. Much of that success is attributed to the statement “doing the right thing, at the right time”, meaning they have clarity on how to prioritise and focus on the important tasks.
“They know the basic principles of time management and how to succeed. Next Wednesday’s seminar will offer practical advice and guidance on how you can claim back your time and spend it on what’s really important,” he said.
The seminar will be held in Ballybane Enterprise Centre on Wednesday October 26 beginning at 6.30pm. It is a free event, so places are limited and early registration is advisable. To reserve a place, contact Mark or Tomas in Ballybane Enterprise Centre on 091 386004.