Time management as a Soft Skill

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Time management as a Soft Skill

  1. 1. TIME MANAGEMENT GOAL SETTING Shilpa Dharmadhikari
  2. 2. • Manage available time in the most efficient and effective manner • Time management relates to your past experiences. • It relates to the particular amount of time allotted to a specific job. • It is related to commitments. • It is a parameter to evaluate one s Professional Productivity Quotient.
  3. 3. PAT APPROACH PURPOSE –Define your purpose. Plan it properly. AGENDA- Schedule what needs to be delivered. cohesiveness and co ordination are integral part in planning. TIMEDeliver in prescribed time frame.
  4. 4. THE HALLMARK OF SUCCESSFUL TM • Calendar –Avoid double commitments-Omit distractions-Prioritize your tasks-Be realistic-Use a reminder system-Ask for help-Give yourself a reward. • Self introspection to understand your current status of time management • Identification of Time Wasters • Distributing time effectively on the basis of Time Management Matrix
  5. 5. Urgent and Important Matrix Urgent & Urgent Important But not Important Urgent &Important Important But Not Urgent Not Urgent & Not Important • You need to manage “Shorter response” time and “Greater Volumes” • And focus on immediate and urgent at the expense of long term but important GOAL
  6. 6. • WAIT TIME-Higher the position of an individual ,more is the wait time. • TALK TIME-Hierarchy speaks. Privilege to speak more than others. • WORK TIME-No stipulated work hours for senior managers.
  7. 7. Goal Setting • • • • • • • • Long term goals Short term goals This is a ROAD MAP to ones career Set goals to achieve personal commitments, Majorly Primary and Secondary. The power of written goals Finding time for planning and goal setting Attitudes which come in the way of finding for planning and goal setting • Setting SMART goals
  8. 8. Setting SMART GOALS • • • • • S – Specific M – Measurable A – Achievable R- Relevant T- Timed
  9. 9. • • • • • • • • • • Roadblock of achieving goals Core areas of goal setting Understanding our roles for goal setting Scheduling and prioritizing Dealing with interruptions Learn to Say NO Effective delegation Avoiding reverse delegation Coping with emergencies Effective time management through effective work place management • Better time management through better communication
  10. 10. • Competition , Volatility and Dynamism in today s global scenario. • Act with speed. • Quicker, Faster , Better than the competition. • Operational Excellence and Productivity & Efficiency Improvement
  11. 11. THANK YOU

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