Business:Management & Marketing
Sue Wigston, COO at Eagle's Flight, talks about time management--why it matters and how to do it.
* Leaders have a responsibility to help employees improve their time management skills.
* Effective planning is a major key to time management. Write down the things you want to accomplish and then prioritize them in terms of which will create the most value. Put those items in your calendar, and when the pop up, muster the discipline to get them done.
* Learn how to say no to things (meetings you don't really need to attend, tasks best done by someone else, etc.)
* Leaders must model time management skills it they expect employees to take time management seriously.
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