Breaking Your Time Barriers: Becoming a Strategic Time Manager
Busy people often become overwhelmed with short-term "crises", while postponing action on more important but longer-term activities. This unique career-and-time management workbook is designed to help managers define their goals, reclaim their valuable time, and focus their energies. Includes a full year's worth of daily/career planning forms. Charts, illustrations.
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