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  • 1. Time Management Kayleigh Martin
  • 2. Why is time management important?
    • To work effectively you really have to manage your time. We all have our moments when we wonder what happened to the day and we seem to get nothing done but, in a business, time is money and every hour you spend at work costs your employer a lot of money.
  • 3. Poor Time Management
    • Poor time management is usually shown by :
    • Getting less done than you expected
    • An inability to meet deadlines set by your line manager
    • Spending much longer on some part of the job and then having insufficient time to do the rest of the job.
  • 4. Poor time management can be the result of time stealers such as:
    • Time wasting – you doing things which are not a priority
    • Not knowing what to do or how to start
    • Being unable to find the information you need to do the job
    • Interruptions by people – colleagues chatting and gossiping
    • Dealing with other peoples work – often the result of absence
    • Meetings going on longer than expected
    • Having little incentive to do well – poor motivation, work overload
  • 5. Effects of poor time management
    • From the employers perspective poor time management skills result in:
    • Much of the time spent at work being wasted
    • Staff becoming demoralised as work becomes very routine and seems to serve no purpose
    • Work not progressing as fast as management
  • 6. Good Time and Task Management Techniques
    • Some techniques which might help you improve how you manage your time.
    • Complete a to do list at the end of each day.
    • Try to prioritise your tasks.
    • Clear your desk at the end of each day.
    • Make sure you do the most difficult tasks in your prime time.
    • Try to avoid being interrupted.