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Time Management
What is Time Management
(TM)

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Time management is the act or
practice of managing and
supervising time .
Why do we need TM?
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To save time
To reduce stress
To function effectively
To increase our work output
To have mo...
The process of Time Management
starts with
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Costing your time
Making Activity logs
Planning
Prioritizing
Schedu...
Costing your time
Understand your true value by calculating your cost
per year
cost per year =
(salary+taxes+office space+...
Making Activity logs
Help in
 Making a realistic estimate of the time spent
during the day
 Pinpoints the critical areas...
Planning
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Draw an Action PlanA list of things that need to be
done to achieve your Goal
Prioritizing
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Make a To-Do list
Consider the value of the task before
deciding to do itIs it worth spending your time ...
Scheduling
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Make a realistic estimate of how much you
can do
Plan to make the best use of the available
time
Pr...
Goal setting
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Setting lifetime goals helps you to chart your
life course & your career path
Break up your lifetim...
Achieve your goals!
Be your own judge and your own
motivator, make Time Management
your tool for success.
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  1. 1. Time Management
  2. 2. What is Time Management (TM)  Time management is the act or practice of managing and supervising time .
  3. 3. Why do we need TM?      To save time To reduce stress To function effectively To increase our work output To have more control on our lives
  4. 4. The process of Time Management starts with      Costing your time Making Activity logs Planning Prioritizing Scheduling Goal setting
  5. 5. Costing your time Understand your true value by calculating your cost per year cost per year = (salary+taxes+office space+office equipment+profit you generate)   Calculate your hourly rate = cost per year / work hrs per year ….know where you stand.
  6. 6. Making Activity logs Help in  Making a realistic estimate of the time spent during the day  Pinpoints the critical areas- time spent on low value jobs  Finding the high yielding times of our day
  7. 7. Planning  Draw an Action PlanA list of things that need to be done to achieve your Goal
  8. 8. Prioritizing   Make a To-Do list Consider the value of the task before deciding to do itIs it worth spending your time & your company resources  Prioritize your taskThe most important jobs should be completed first followed by other jobs.
  9. 9. Scheduling     Make a realistic estimate of how much you can do Plan to make the best use of the available time Preserve some contingency time to deal with ‘unexpected jobs’ Minimize stress by avoiding over-commitment to yourself & others
  10. 10. Goal setting     Setting lifetime goals helps you to chart your life course & your career path Break up your lifetime goals in smaller goals Make a daily to-do list Review and update your list on a daily basis & judge your performance
  11. 11. Achieve your goals! Be your own judge and your own motivator, make Time Management your tool for success.
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