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Successful Time Management offers practical guidelines to help anyone review and assess their own time management and then adopt new practices to enable them to work efficiently and effectively. In business, the increasing pressure to achieve makes time management a vital skill. it is necessary to be able to work efficiently and effectively to ensure that one’s desired results are achieved - both in one’s job, and in one’s career.

Successful Time Management sets out practical guidelines to help readers do just that. Packed with proven tips and techniques, it helps anyone to review and assess their own time management and adopt new work practices to improve it.

Includes great advice on: controlling paperwork; getting and staying organized; delegating and working with others; prioritizing to focus on key issues and prompt the best results. The appendices include a brief assessment of various time management systems such as day, year or meeting planners, action sheets and more.

Whether under pressure or not, this essential guide will help your readers to reduce time wasting and interruptions, and focus on the priority tasks that lead to success – it could just change their life!

©2010 Patirck Forsyth (P)2010 Audible Ltd

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  • 総合評価
    5 out of 5 stars
  • Gary
  • 2010/05/27

Make time for this

I am currently studying enhancing performance in the workplace and got this book in order to do some background study. I am so glad I did, as this book has really provided me with lots of tips and ideas on how to be more productive myself. This book is really well worth a listen while you are driving to work, as it really motivated me to get on with the day and try out some of the time saving and time management techniques. Highly recommend this book

  • 総合評価
    1 out of 5 stars
  • Gustav
  • 2012/08/18

Useless for anyone apart from managers...

... and quite useless for managers too, to be honest. (I was one at the time of reading the book.)