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Time Management Coach Consultant (Online )




Human Resources Management Specialist

Program Overview

What a time management coach does, how to do time management coaching, how to develop your skills to succeed as a time management coach, and how to start your own time management coaching business and get clients.

What to Expect

The Time Management Coach Certificate course is an online learning program with. This course is self directed, which means you may study and complete assignments at times that are most convenient for you from the comfort of your own home.

This part-time Time Management Coach Certificate Course has a recommended completion date of 6 weeks from the start of the program, however, you may choose to complete the course in as little as 4 weeks or as long as 12 weeks, depending on your schedule.

The Time Management Coach Certificate Course has been created to allow you to complete it without any teaching assistance. However, if you have questions or need assistance, you can receive help from a Faculty Member throughout the 6 weeks of the course. Your Faculty Member is a valuable resource person who can provide you with personal teaching assistance to help you succeed in the course and advice to help you succeed in the career.

Course Topics

The Time Management Coach Certificate Course Online has been developed to meet high academic standards, ensuring that as a graduate you can display with pride the Time Management Coach Certificate you will earn from USILD.

The Time Management Coach Certificate Course Online covers topics of vital importance to anyone who wants to become a time management coach including:

Time Management Coaching Techniques

  • Finding Out How Time is Spent

  • The Time Activity Log

  • Ways to Find More Time in the Day

  • Determining Priorities

  • Tools to Stay Organized

  • Celebrating Success

Providing Your Time Management Coaching Services

  • Coaching Individuals

  • Coaching Groups

  • Ways to Deliver Coaching Services

  • Coaching Tools

  • Evaluating the Coaching

Ways to Learn Time Management Coaching

  • Getting Hands-On Coaching Experience

  • Learn From Other Time Management Coaches

  • Other Learning Resources

Starting Your Own Time Management Coaching Business

  • Creating a Business Plan

  • Financial Matters

  • Setting Your Fees

  • Working with Support Staff

Getting Clients for Your Time Management Coaching Business

  • Choosing Your Target Market

  • Marketing Tools and Techniques

  • Marketing to Corporate Clients

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