CMI Unit 312 Managing Daily Activities to Achieve Results
Managing daily activities to achieve results is essential for team leaders and supervisors. A well structured workload is key to individual and team success. Learn practical time management techniques to plan, prioritise and organise your work.
About this course
This course will help you to work efficiently and effectively to get more done at work. Learn to manage your time by planning and organising work to agreed priorities. Define goals for yourself and your team and allocate resources to achieve daily work activities and monitor outcomes. Make time to respond practically to problems that arise at work.
This course is suitable for anyone looking to work more efficiently and minimise their time wasters at work.
- Understand the purpose of daily work activities in the context of an organisation
- Understand how to prioritise and set objectives for daily work activities
- Know how to organise and allocate work
- Understand how to monitor outcomes and respond to problems
1.1 Assess the scope and purpose of daily work activities in the context of an organisation
1.2 Identify the legal and organisational frameworks which impact on how a team delivers daily work activities
1.3 Explain how daily work activities contribute to the achievement of organisational targets
2.1 Explain how to identify priorities for daily work activities
2.2 Explain how to set SMART objectives for teams and individuals to achieve daily work activities
3.1 Identify tools which contribute to the efficient completion of daily work activities
3.2 Outline the support provided to the team to complete daily work activities
3.3 Identify the resources provided to the team to complete daily work activities
3.4 Explain how work is allocated to the team members
4.1 Explain how to monitor actual progress of work activities against planned performance
4.2 Explain how to respond to problems which may impact on the delivery of daily work activities
4.3 Explain how to provide constructive feedback and have difficult conversations with individuals