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Skill-Port VŠEM: Daniel Zach - Time Management – Jak ho využt ve svůj prospěch

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- Problem resolutions and crisis handling - Prioritization of actions - Adherence to plans and learning to make allowances for events that are unexpected. - Realistic, on site assessment of goals, objectives and actions. - Boss's whims or tantrums - Pointless routines and strategies. - Identification and rejection of time wasters. Stressing the self out with the tasks at hand. Going back home again knowing that tomorrow will more or less just be the same as the day before, results to frustration and not being able to enjoy life as it ought to be. The benefits of time management and the opportunity it provides does not only empower the person that practices it, it also creates an influence that benefits other people as well. Sometimes, managers and supervisors are the beneficiaries of the training and the same is taught to individual teams. Whatever the approach, time management courses are most effective when the individual himself takes the initiative to take a time management course. An individual who has invested in a time management course is likely to succeed, as there is already the realization for its need. Limit giving in to temptation of engaging in small talk when priorities are set and being worked on. Respect you decision in planning and you are on your way. Delegate. Be realistic about the things that you can and can not do. Delegate the things that you must. Floating work There are tasks that you can do anywhere that doing them now will only complicate your main task at hand. Time management is to recognize what time of the day where one is most effective and taking the opportunity to take advantage of these most productive hours. It may not be an accident why some peoples phone rings more than others, where visitors and e-mails keeps popping up and work disruptions keeps happening. - They assign specific time frames and deadlines for doing things and sticks to them. When they start on a work, they rarely stop until it is finished, doing the most difficult things first thing in the morning. Phone calls and mails are done in one lump of time. Breaks and easier jobs are usually done on times that they know they are least effective. 

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