Prioritisation is an essential skill, regardless of your profession or industry. In the business world, it is particularly important. Failing to complete tasks in the order in which they need to be done can be incredibly detrimental to your productivity, your bottom line and your companyâ€™s profits.
Trying to acquire this skill on your own can be challenging and is often done through trial and error. For a busy entrepreneur, you do not have time for any mistakes. Thankfully, there are ways in which you can build this skill without wasting time or risking failure.
This course goes into detail about the ways in which you can improve your own prioritisation skills.
We begin by talking about prioritisation in general, along with its importance and the challenges that many people face in this area.
Next, we move on to discuss one method that you can use to divide up your list of tasks according to urgency and importance. We also give you a second model that you can use to help further rank your to-do list.
Finally, we review two of the best strategies to use to ensure that you get your work done.
You will Learn:
- The definitions of urgency and importance in a business context
- The four categories you can use to divide up your tasks
- What it means to prioritise and why it is important
- The best model to use when you are faced with too many tasks
- Strategies for effective prioritisation
Benefits of Taking this Course
- Learning how to evaluate and reflect on your tasks
- Understanding why you need to write your tasks down instead of simply keeping a mental list of them
- Understanding the role that reach, impact, confidence and effort play in prioritisation
- Learning why scheduling your day is crucial to prioritisation as well as task management
- Being able to run a more productive workplace and feel less stress on a day to day basis