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Time management. middle management seminar

  1. 1. Time Management<br />
  2. 2. Takethe control of theeventsisthesame of takethe control of yourwholelife<br />TheMeaning of Time<br />
  3. 3.  1. Step: Which are yourmaingoals? Which are yourmotivations?<br />Life Balance Wheel <br />
  4. 4. 2. Step: Watchhow do you use your time! Knowingyourself!<br />The Peak Performance Curve<br />When are you most focused and attentive?<br />When are you most creative?<br />When do you feel like lounging and doing nothing?<br />When are you exhausted and ready for sleep?<br />Take advantage of the times you are most productive by understanding your personal peak performance times and planning your day accordingly.<br />
  5. 5. Some helps…<br />
  6. 6. 2. Step: Organize and distributeyour time<br />Clear goals are yoursafesteps in theway! <br />Actions SMART:<br />Specific<br />Measurable<br />Actionoriented<br />Relevantand realistic<br />Timely<br />
  7. 7. Howtowritea succesfullylistto do (and don´tdisapointyourself)<br /><ul><li>Writemany «to-do list»! Daily, weekly, monthly and annually.
  8. 8. Writeeverythingyouneedorwantto do, butpriorizetheactivities(Important-Urgent)
  9. 9. Isyourworkistoodificult? Divide it!
  10. 10. Isyourworkistooeasy and routine? Integrateitwithanothertasks.
  11. 11. Try toestablishrealisticdeadlines</li></li></ul><li>Feeltheself-satisfactiontoend a «To-dolist»!<br />Orto be creative?<br />Whatabout use tecnology?<br />
  12. 12. Procrastination<br />
  13. 13. Planning Your Day According to Your Curve<br />At beginning!<br />Every morning, take 30 minutes to familiarize yourself with your surroundings. In teams, take the next 30 minutes to have a team meeting and to set team prioritiesand delegates tasks. <br />Work in an adequate space and all the materials! <br />During Your Peak:<br />Right before your peak, create a list with smaller tasks that can be completed in 30 minutes or less. If you are bored or exhausted, you may just need change in activity to jump star your brain. <br />Start with the most difficult and complex tasks.<br />Try to don´t be interrupted during your peak, unless it´s urgent. Also remember to respect other team members peak times.<br />
  14. 14. Planning Your Day According to Your Curve<br />If you have something important to do, ignore any tasks that are not necessary to complete. If you are finished all your tasks before the end of your peak, take the time to brainstorm new ways to achieve your goals.<br />Once you’ve come down from your peak, take a break! Or takes active breakings<br />Post Peaking:<br />When your peak working hours are over, don’t force yourself to continue working at the same pace. This will lead to burnout.<br />Take the time to do some like brainstorming or be creative.<br />Afterwards, head back and turn your brainstorming into a concrete and measurable goal and outline the actions steps, or tasks.<br />
  15. 15. Remember!!<br />EmmettLaw´s: "The fear of a ask consumes more time and energy to do the task itself”<br />Don´t do thingsthatyou can satisfy! Learn how to say “no” nicely.<br />Practicing creative procrastination<br />Add an additional 25% more time for tasks. Keep time for unforseen situations<br />Createyourownrutine and methodto do yourthings<br />Your plans are a guide. Don’t beat yourself up if you’ve had a bad day.<br />Focus on the task at hand. Finish it first!<br />
  16. 16. Thanksforyourattention!<br />Questions?<br />

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