Managing Your Time
This guide to managing your time in the workplace includes coverage of: getting it right first time; delegating successfully; recognising time-wasting activities and people; tackling paperwork efficiently; organising work practices; making the best use of travel time; running better meetings; and handling interruptions and the unwanted telephone call.
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getting organised 21
tackling paperwork 41
controlling timewasting activities 63
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