Learn about how managers and leaders can employ strategies for improved productivity, and discover how time management for these roles have specific issues to tackle.
- Most people struggle when it comes to time management. … This means that if you're in a managerial … or leadership role, … you not only need to help yourself … but also others. … I recommend getting some form … of in depth time management training, … perhaps the Time Management Fundamentals course … here on the library. … Here though, are a few tips … for managers and leaders specifically. … First, is establish a one-to-one meeting schedule. … Now, it's very common for people … to interrupt each other throughout the day in the workspace. … However, I've found that leaders … are most guilty of interrupting their co-workers. … Why is that? … Well, often there's a little bit of a mindset … that your time is more valuable. … Instead, let's establish a consistent schedule … where you bring your questions … and they bring their questions … and then you deal with them in a focused manner. … Second, establish a positive example. … This means that if an assignment is due, … you want to complete it early. …
- Identify the end goal of a one-on-one meeting.
- Explain how to follow up after delegating a task to a team member.
- Recall one question you can ask to reduce unnecessary meetings.
- Identify the best way to approach a situation where a coworker is disorganized and struggles with time management.
- Give an example of advice you could offer a new manager concerning time management.