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  • What you accomplish during a 24-hour period depends on your own motivation, your energy, your skills and abilities, and other resources.
    Since there are always demands on your time, it may be helpful to think about what you will do with your time and to consider some strategies for more effective time management.
    Time management is not working harder and longer, but it is working smarter to accomplish your work more easily and rapidly.
  • Poor time management can negatively impact our lives, but with the right strategies we can effectively manage our time and increase our productivity, experience less stress, have more time for the things we enjoy, complete things on time, and achieve our goals.
  • Here are six terrific truths about time:First: Nobody can manage time. But you can manage those things that take up your time.Second: Time is expensive. As a matter of fact, 80 percent of our day is spent on those things or those people that only bring us two percent of our results.Third: Time is perishable. It cannot be saved for later use.Fourth: Time is measurable. Everybody has the same amount of time...pauper or king. It is not how much time you have; it is how much you use.Fifth: Time is irreplaceable. We never make back time once it is gone.Sixth: Time is a priority. You have enough time for anything in the world, so long as it ranks high enough among your priorities.
  • Do – Determine from the list the things you think are most important to accomplish, and are things you should do yourself.
    Delegate – Remember that there are many people with skills, experience, and motivation to carry out a wide variety of tasks. Understands that real leaders do not try to accomplish everything themselves and recognizes that some things are better handled by others. Delegating not only frees up your time for other things, it ensures that resources are used wisely and that others who want to help are motivated and involved.
    Delay until another time – Some things can wait. The danger is delaying too many things until deadlines are near. The best policy here is to consider when things are due, how long it will take to accomplish them, and what your current workload will allow. It makes sense to delay things that are not due when you are “overburdened” and to accomplish them ahead of time when you can.
    Delete – If you recognize that some of your goals are not achievable or realistic, or that they are just not important, eliminate them.
  • Time management

    1. 1. mnRAJU TIME Manageme nt
    2. 2. nagaRAJU How Long is a Minute? • Close eyes and bow heads • When you think 60 seconds has passed, raise your hand
    3. 3. nagaRAJU Have you ever felt? I don’t have enough time I wish I had more time I am juggling too many balls My poor time management is affecting my life?
    4. 4. nagaRAJU How is Life Affected?  Increased personal/professional stress  Less time with family & friends  Less time for leisure activities  Tasks/projects are delayed or unfinished  Everything always seems urgent  People may view you as unreliable
    5. 5. nagaRAJU Session Objectives  Describe importance  Recognize common obstacles  Identify strategies
    6. 6. nagaRAJU Kinds of Time 1. Clock time 2. Real time Time is what you do with it  uniform  relative
    7. 7. nagaRAJU Case Study • Does Maria effectively manage her time? • Do you have issues similar to Maria’s?
    8. 8. Obstacles Unclear Objectives Disorganization Lack of Planning Distractions Personal Commitments Inability to say NO Procrastination Indecisiveness Professional Obligations Stress & FatigueToo Many Things Which of these obstacles impacted Maria in the case study? nagaRAJU
    9. 9. Strategies Set Goals Use Waiting Time Learn to Say No Audit Your Time Prioritize Stay Organized One at a Time Celebrate Success Use a Device nagaRAJU
    10. 10. nagaRAJU Plan & Prioritize
    11. 11. nagaRAJU Manage your Tasks Do Delegate Delay Delete Time saved is time earned.   ? X
    12. 12. nagaRAJU First Things First
    13. 13. nagaRAJU Session Objectives  Describe importance  Recognize common obstacles  Identify strategies
    14. 14. nagaRAJU Send your comments to lionnagaraju@gmail.com This slideshow is available at www.slideshare.net/lionnagaraju www.authorstream.com/tag/lionnagaraju This slideshow is available at www.slideshare.net/lionnagaraju www.authorstream.com/tag/lionnagaraju