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5 Effective Strategies for Time Management and Productivity


Time management is one of the best skills that every executive, manager, leader, and professional must master in other to get much done with less or minimal resources in the corporate world.


Time management is the ability to manage our thinking with the wall clock.


Productivity is the total sum of all daily activities and efforts we put into our work. The meeting we had in the boardroom, the plans we executed, and all frontline work that has to do with client relationships.


To be productive is to achieve business goals and or objectives for the benefit of all. Being productive at work means that every employee and management were all happy about the outcome of initial plans after benchmarking it with ground reports.


Time is one of the valuable assets both in our professional and personal life. A Time wasted they said is a destiny wasted. Hence, every professional needs to be mindful of what they do with their time.


5 Effective Strategies for Time Management and Productivity are as follows.


1. Priorities high priority task. As a manager, you should write down tasks that are of high, low, and or medium priority. This would enable you to work on what matters.


2. Focus on results and not activities. It is good to plan.  But we should not spend too much time in our imagination. After planning, we should carefully analyse and implementation should follow.


3. Work with S.M.A.R.T Techniques. The acronym which means that we should make our plan to be Simple. Measurable. Attainable. Results-oriented. Time frame. This can be applied to Time management for better productivity.


4. Delegation. As a manager, we should master the art of delegating tasks to our employees. This would relieve us from being overwhelmed with work. And ease the burden.


5. Take courses and or seminars on Time management. Successful executives are those who learn continuously and stay up to date with trends in their field. A good time manager takes online courses, attend a seminar, participate in a webinar, and hire a personal or business coach for mentorship. To do a better job and be productive in their workplace.


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