Best Practices: Time Management: Set Priorities to Get the by John Hoover

By John Hoover

There are just twenty-four hours in an afternoon, yet you can also make them count number. Time administration, a finished and crucial source for any supervisor at the run, indicates you ways. discover ways to: / Set and prioritize targets, pursuits and initiatives / Create an efficient time table / steer clear of distractions and interruptions / appreciate different people's time / construct a time-conscious association The Collins top Practices courses supply new and professional managers the basic details they should in attaining extra, either for my part and professionally. Designed to supply tried-and-true recommendation from the world's so much influential company minds, they characteristic functional concepts and the right way to assist you get forward.

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SOURCE: Organizing from the Inside Out by Julie Morgenstern (Owl Books, 2004). 51 TIME MANAGEMENT Dos & Don’ts R SOUND SCHEDULING When you begin to make a detailed schedule, it is good to be aware of any pitfalls that may be lurking in the shadows. A good schedule is always prepared for and ready to accommodate surprises. Ⅵ Do be prepared for crisis and catastrophe. Schedule time for them. Ⅵ Don’t forget to be flexible. Ⅵ Don’t neglect to have a Plan B in case of unforeseen emergencies. Scheduling is all about being prepared.

Laura Stack, author of Leave the Office Earlier Microsoft Office Suite Outlook, allows you to enter and schedule action items and set e-mail reminders of upcoming tasks. There are dozens of calendar, time-management, 33 TIME MANAGEMENT project-management, personal information management, and customer relations software programs that help you create and manage lists, designate priorities, and set up multiple reminders and alerts. People in your company’s IT department can help you identify tools that would be particularly useful.

The first step is to accept that some of the items won’t ever get done without help. The second step is to prioritize the list and set a deadline for yourself. And finally . . just do it. SOURCE: Get Organized by Ron Fry (Thomson Delmar Learning, 2004). THE BOTTOM LINE 35 TIME MANAGEMENT phone allows you to access, organize, store, and work on your list on the run. Wherever you keep your list and whatever form it takes, get into the habit of looking at it often. Review it first thing in the morning as well as every hour on the hour and—as almost all time-management courses strongly urge—before you go home at night, while your work is foremost in your mind.

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