Time management

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Time management

  1. 1. TO ACHIEVE YOUR OBJECTIVES/GOALSWHAT ARE YOUR OBJECTIVES/GOALS?-Professional Objectives/Goals• Long Term• Short Term-Personal Objectives/Goals• Long Term• Short Term• To achieve the Long Term Goals, first needto finish the short term goals quickly.
  2. 2. CHANGE IS A MUST REGENRATION OF SURVIVAL CHANGE IS PERMANENT REALITY. DON’T RESIST IT EMBRACE IT!! NO GAIN WITHOUT PAIN COME OUT OF YOUR COMFORT ZONE & STRETCH…..
  3. 3.  No Goal Setting Failure to Prioritize No Self-Knowledge Little understanding of Time Wasters Too much time spent on Too Little Poor Information Gathering System Inability to Delegate Ineffective Scheduling Poor Communication Skills
  4. 4.  Set Your Goals Priorities Work Don’t PROCRASTINATE Develop Knowledge Avoid Disruptions Eliminate Distractions Plan Meetings (Do your Homework and cut meetings short & to the POINT) Reduce Upward Delegation
  5. 5.  Analyse Your Own Activity Log Change Bad Habits Use Technical Planning & Monitoring Tools BE HAPPY & create Happy Work culture Create a culture of Paraphrasing at all levels Motivation- Self & Team Understanding use of Time
  6. 6. NOT URGENT URGENTQII QI•Prevention •Crises•Relationship Building •Deadlines•Planning•Recreation IMPORTANT The Quadrant of Focus The Quadrant of (Planned Activities) Necessity LEADERSHIP & QUAITY QIV QIII •Pleasant Activities •Interruptions •Busy Work NOT •Some Meeting •Time Wasters IMPORTAN •Popular Activities The Quadrant of Waste T The Quadrant of (AVOID) Deception (AVOID)
  7. 7. Tip 1 Preview your schedule- get your bearings • Review your Compass • Look at the day in the context of the week • Renew your power to respond to changes in a meaningful way.Tip 2•Prioritize: Identify activities as Q1 or QII- Keeps QIII & IVout of your schedule • Keeps you aware of choices you make
  8. 8. Tip 3 T Planning: Time sensitive activity on the Right, any time activities on the Left. • Makes for effective schedule decisions • Helps you remain sensitive to commitments BEST USE OF YOUR TIME:REMEMBER IMPORTANCE RATHER THAN URGENCY!

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