How to Manage Your Priorities

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AMACOM Div American Mgmt Assn, 2007 - Electronic books - 112 pages
In today?s competitive global environment?where people at all levels need to accomplish more, in less time, with fewer resources?the ability to manage priorities is key to personal and professional success. How to Manage Your Priorities, Second Edition, provides managers, team leaders, professionals, and others in the workplace with the tools to master this essential business skill. The second edition, revised and updated with a new chapter on technology-based tools for identifying and organizing priorities, teaches managers the critical benefits of managing their priorities and removing the obstacles that interfere with success.
 

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Contents

1 Why Learn to Manage Your Priorities?
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2 How to Know What Is Important
17
3 Strategies for Managing Your Priorities
35
4 Planning and Scheduling
53
5 Working Efficiently
71
6 Using Technology to Manage Your Priorities
91
Bibliography
103
PostTest
105
Index
111
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Janis Fisher Chan leads workshops on how to conduct successful meetings and provides freelance services as an instructional designer, writer, and editor. She is the coauthor of several business writing books, including "Professional Writing Skills, Grammar for Grownups, Writing Performance Documentation, How to Write Reports and Proposals, "and" Just Commas. "She is also the author of three self-study courses for the American Management Association: "Successful Business Communications, Managing Your Priorities, "and "Making Successful Presentations.

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