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Time Management

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Time Management

  1. 1. HEART OF TIME MANAGEMENT • Shift in focus • Concentrate on results • Not on being busy
  2. 2. TIME MANAGEMENT • Task yourself three questions: 1. What do I want to do? 2. When do I want to do it? 3. How well do I want to do it?
  3. 3. TIME MANAGEMENT • Common thread throughout three questions? • "...do I want to do...?” • Making, organizing and executing choices
  4. 4. How Well Do I Do It? TIME MANGEMENT
  5. 5. CHOICE • Cannot manage time • Manage use of time
  6. 6. CHOICE • Making decisions about: • What to do • When to do it • How well to do it
  7. 7. WHAT DO I WANT TO DO? • What to say 'yes' to • What to refuse, decline or let go
  8. 8. WHAT DO I WANT TO DO? • Depends on three things: 1. Basic needs met - for e.g., quality (and quantity) of sleep 2. How well to meet current commitments - how well to do what you ‘have’ to do 3. How much time to give to unstructured activities
  9. 9. TIME MANAGEMENT • Important series of questions: • How congruent tasks, actions and habits with roles, goals, values and beliefs? • Do beliefs define roles and goals? • Do actions support them?
  10. 10. TIME MANAGEMENT • Deciding what to do comes from within • Do you believe in what you’re doing? • Do you know what matters most to you? • Every role, goal, commitment, task, habit or action make more sense and have more meaning
  11. 11. WHEN DO I WANT TO DO IT? • Organizing time -- choosing when to do something • Hard - best time to do it • Willpower and self discipline keys to delaying gratification of Doing It Now
  12. 12. DOING IT NOW • Bad habit • Reacting to things - other things pushed aside • Things control you rather than you controlling them
  13. 13. WHEN DO I WANT TO DO IT? • Time management systems - Planners, diaries and schedules • Work on getting better at knowing when to do it • No formula • Takes practice
  14. 14. HOW WELL DO I WANT TO DO IT? • Decide how long and how well you are prepared to do • Pareto Principle (80/20)
  15. 15. PARETO PRINCIPLE
  16. 16. 80:20 PRINCIPLE • 80% of unfocussed effort generates only 20% of results • Remaining 80% of results achieved with only 20% of effort • Small proportion of activity generating big returns
  17. 17. IMPORTANCE OF ACCURACY • Quality of time management depends on accuracy of: • Decisions about what to do? • Decisions about when to do things • Decisions about how to do things?
  18. 18. • It's urgent • But is it really important?
  19. 19. TIME STRESSORS • Important presentation for meeting • Workload high • “Urgent" tasks on To-Do List • Anxious • Can't concentrate • Distracted
  20. 20. TIME STRESSORS • Source of pressure and stress • Too much to do, in too little time • How to beat this stress?
  21. 21. URGENT/IMPORTANT MATRIX • Think about priorities • Determine which activities important • Which are distractions • Manage time effectively
  22. 22. GREAT TIME MANAGEMENT • Effective and Efficient • Spending time on things important not just urgent
  23. 23. DISTINCTION • Important activities leads to achievement of goals - professional or personal • Urgent activities demand immediate attention - associated with achievement of someone else's goals
  24. 24. DISTINCTION • Urgent activities demand attention • Consequences of not dealing with them immediate
  25. 25. • "What is important is seldom urgent, and • what is urgent is seldom important.“
  26. 26. URGENT/IMPORTANT MATRIX • Overcome natural tendency to focus on urgent activities • Focus on what's really important • Not “Firefighting”
  27. 27. FIGURE 1 – URGENT/IMPORTANT MATRIX IMPORTAN CE HIGH LOW LOW HIGH URGENCY DISTRACTIONS INTERRUPTION S IMPORTANT GOALS CRITICAL ACTIVITIES
  28. 28. STEPS 1. List all activities to do • Include everything however unimportant • Use To-Do List or Action Program
  29. 29. STEPS 2. On scale of 1 to 5, assign importance to each activity • Measure of how important activity in helping meet goals and objectives • Do not worry about urgency
  30. 30. STEPS 3. After assigning importance value to each activity • Evaluate urgency
  31. 31. STEPS 4. Study matrix using strategies described below to schedule priorities
  32. 32. URGENT AND IMPORTANT • Two distinct types of urgent and important activities: 1. Could not foresee 2. Left to last minute • Avoid last-minute activities by planning ahead and avoiding procrastination
  33. 33. URGENT AND IMPORTANT • Issues and crises cannot be foreseen or avoided • Leave time to handle unexpected issues and unplanned important activities • If major crisis arises, reschedule other events
  34. 34. URGENT AND IMPORTANT • If lot of urgent and important activities • Identify which could be foreseen • Schedule activities ahead of time, so they don't become urgent
  35. 35. URGENT AND NOT IMPORTANT • Stop you achieving your goals • Prevent you from completing your work • Can they be rescheduled? • Can you delegate them?
  36. 36. URGENT AND NOT IMPORTANT • Interruptions from other people • Say "No" to people politely • Encourage them to solve problem themselves
  37. 37. URGENT AND NOT IMPORTANT • Scheduling time when you are available • Schedule regular meetings - all issues dealt with at same time • Concentrate on important activities for longer periods of time
  38. 38. NOT URGENT, BUT IMPORTANT • Achieve personal and professional goals, and complete important work • Time to do these things properly
  39. 39. NOT URGENT, BUT IMPORTANT • Leave enough time to deal with unforeseen problems • Keeping on schedule • Avoid stress becoming more urgent than necessary
  40. 40. NOT URGENT AND NOT IMPORTANT • Distractions • Avoided if possible • Ignored or cancelled • Say "No" politely
  41. 41. KEY POINTS • Urgent/Important Matrix look at task list • Identify activities to focus on • Prioritizing using Matrix • Deal with truly urgent issues • Keep on working towards important goals
  42. 42. MATRIX URGENT + - IMPORTA NT + - I II III VI
  43. 43. MATRIX URGENT + - IMPORTAN T + - I •Crisis •Deadlines •Critical Meetings II •Strategic Planning • Empoering Others • Creative Activities • Recreation III •Interruptions •Strategic Planning •Emails •Meetings IV •Gossips •Trivial Issues • Wasting Time • Coffee Breaks
  44. 44. PRIORITIZATION • Essential skill • Make best use of own efforts • Skill to create calmness and space • Focus energy and attention on things that really matter
  45. 45. PRIORITIZATION • Particularly important when time limited and demands unlimited • Allocate time where most-needed and most wisely spent • Freeing you from less important tasks
  46. 46. PRIORITIZATION • Bring order to chaos • Reduce stress
  47. 47. SIMPLE PRIORITIZATION • Based on: • Time constraints • Potential benefits • Pressure to complete job
  48. 48. PRIORITIZATION • Based on value and rational basis • Time constraints important
  49. 49. TIME MANAGEMENT • Work under control • Stress minimize • Work smarter on highest priority tasks • Focused and effective way • Achieving goals, dreams and ambitions • Five areas
  50. 50. 1. GOAL SETTING • Know where you're going • What needs to be done • What order • Without goal setting confusion or conflicting priorities
  51. 51. 1. GOAL SETTING • Requires time and effort • Saves enormous amount of time, effort and frustration
  52. 52. 2. PRIORITIZATION • What needs to be done • “To-do" list • Work on most important, highest value tasks
  53. 53. 3. MANAGING INTERRUPTIONS • Interruption natural and necessary • Minimize interruptions • Phone calls, emails, information requests, questions from employees, etc.
  54. 54. 4. PROCRASTINATION • "I'll do it later" • Tempting • Deadly • Recognize you procrastinate • Why?
  55. 55. 4. PROCRASTINATION • Plan to get out of habit • Reward yourself for getting jobs done • Remind of horrible consequences of not doing boring tasks!
  56. 56. 5. SCHEDULING • Effective • Keeps you on track • Protects from stress
  57. 57. 5. SCHEDULING • Schedule priority tasks • Leave room for interruptions
  58. 58. 5. SCHEDULING • Contingency time for unexpected events • Reflect priorities and support personal goals • Control time • Keep life in balance
  59. 59. • Don’t Manage Time • Manage Yourself!

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