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.
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…..
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
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
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
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)
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
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!