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1 Time Management Mission Impossible?

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3 Scope Introduction Introduction Freeway Analogy Freeway Analogy Personal Management Personal Management Time Log Exercise Time Log Exercise Time Wasters Time Wasters Tips Tips

4 Introduction No one has enough time, yet everyone has all the time there is. No one has enough time, yet everyone has all the time there is.

5 Freeway Analogy

6 Things we can do 1. Plan for reserve capacity. 2. Exercise this reserve so that its available when needed. 3. Define important tasks and do after the planned tasks are accomplished

7 Personal Management How much time do you think you spend on critical (A) tasks? How much time do you think you spend on critical (A) tasks? How much time do you spend on important (B) tasks? How much time do you spend on important (B) tasks? How much time is spent on useful (C) tasks? How much time is spent on useful (C) tasks?

8 Time Log An exercise that examines the critical tasks that we perform everyday. An exercise that examines the critical tasks that we perform everyday. You may be surprised! You may be surprised!

9 Pareto Principle Also known as the 80/20 rule. Also known as the 80/20 rule. 20% effort produces 80% results. 20% effort produces 80% results. 80% effort produces 20% results. 80% effort produces 20% results.

10 Time Wasters What gets in your way? What gets in your way? Two groups: Two groups: 1. Self Generated 2. Environmental

11 Tips Plan your week rather than your day. Plan your week rather than your day. Leave room in your plans for reserve capacity. Leave room in your plans for reserve capacity. Organise your work environment. Organise your work environment. Set priorities and deadlines Set priorities and deadlines

12 Tips Tips Plan to do the difficult or least favourite tasks at your peak time (when you have the most energy). Plan to do the difficult or least favourite tasks at your peak time (when you have the most energy). Beat procrastination Beat procrastination

13 Tips Avoid over commitment. Avoid over commitment. Dont be a perfectionist. Dont be a perfectionist. Use effective planning tools. Use effective planning tools. Delegate tasks whenever possible. Delegate tasks whenever possible.

14 Tips Divide big jobs up into smaller jobs. Divide big jobs up into smaller jobs. Be aware of how you use your time. Be aware of how you use your time. Reward yourself Reward yourself

15 Conclusion Time Management Time Management Freeway Analogy Freeway Analogy Personal Management Personal Management Time Log Time Log Pareto Principle Pareto Principle Time Wasters Time Wasters Tips Tips

16 Questions…


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