Welcome to Managing Work, Time and Pressure Challenges and Objectives What are your greatest time management
challenges and pressures? Your greatest strengths when managing time and energy Your personal learning objectives for today?
40 50% What fires together, wires together
66 What unresourceful habits might you have fallen into at work Habit Triggers and Cues What are some habitual responses you
would like to change? The Reactive/Proactive Continuum Reactive Proactive Go with the flow
Plan ahead React to events Schedule life Analyse Your Use of Time p8
20 min s R&R &R = recovery and renewal
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20 min s R&R Realising the Vision Organisations Vision
Business Objectives Department or Project Objectives Team Objectives Individual Objectives Objectives How
aligned are they? To what extent do they complement or conflict?
Do they fulfil the S.M.A.R.T.I.E. criteria? Prioritising with The Covey Time Management Matrix
Scheduling Tips Planning is an intention. Scheduling is the secret of making things happen! Block out time to tackle big important jobs Group related items and actions Schedule quiet time Set time limits for everything you do Keep 20% of your time unscheduled, to allow for the
unexpected Plan and schedule the next week on Friday afternoon Check and adjust your schedule for the next day before you leave What do you do/could you do? Planning Fallacy Bias
1963 $7m 1973 $102m Time Budgeting How much time is available in the working week? If you have 40 hours, how will you use them? Example
Hours Meetings and travel Admin desk time 5 3
Responding to requests 5 Reading & research 3
Flexibility for unexpected 5 What is left for key objectives? Only 19 hours! Working with Others an Honest Conversation
What are our expectations of others? How realistic are they? How might our actions and behaviour adversely impact others ability to do their job What action can we take to help others manage their time and
workload more effectively? Reflection, Review & Action
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