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The Time Diagnostics Programme

Time Diagnostics’ research has identified five key areas in thinking about, and relating to, time:

  1. Time Bias – our inbuilt time preferences
  2. Motivation – what’s in this for me?
  3. Decision-making, planning and prioritising preferences
  4. Personal effectiveness – job satisfaction and well-being
  5. Reflection and evaluation

Given this, Time Diagnostics has carefully researched, designed and rigorously developed a programme that is, in effect, a paradigm shift in the perception of, thinking about, and relating to,Time.

The Time Diagnostics programme consists of :

  • an individual Time Intelligence Report based on a questionnaire
  • five Time Intelligence workshops
  • follow up coaching

Together, they provide interactive learning opportunities that change thinking, performance and time use satisfaction – and we can prove it.

The Time Intelligence Report questionnaire

The TIR questionnaire is easy to complete and the results provide boards and teams with essential insight into each others current time use preferences.

The Workshop Modules

Module 1 Time Bias – Psychological Differences

Every one of us has a bias relating to time. Learning how to balance this is an essential skill in handling challenges appropriately and cooperatively at work. People will discover their time bias and understand how that fits within the team, enabling them to work and communicate much more effectively.

Module 2 Motivation – What Is In It For Me

The team and team members work on getting clarity of purpose and their own vision of the future. We identify two objectives related to time conflicts: one based on a current work project, and the other based on a work/home conflict. We provide follow up coaching from this point.

Module 3 Planning – Self Management

Implementing a strategy for the objectives from Module 2 is vital. This workshop has a strong emphasis on improving time-critical decision making. We reality check how we think we make decisions (cognitively), with how we actually make decisions (emotionally).

Module 4 Execution – Getting On With It

Delivering on time and meeting goals is the main focus. Gaining personal satisfaction, responsibility and achievement are the keys to success. We give specific tips and strategies on how to make the best use of time.

Module 5 Evaluation – Learning From Experience

Making time to reflect, implement, and disseminate lessons learnt is an essential discipline. This module provides facilitated time and space to learn effective evaluation skills using key feedback from the programme.

Together, the TIR questionnaire, the five Time Intelligence workshops, and the follow up coaching provide interactive learning opportunities that change thinking, performance and time use satisfaction – and we can prove it.