The New Time Manager

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Gower Publishing, Ltd., 1997 - Business & Economics - 240 pages
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Dr Woodhull's absorbing book explains the key principles of modern time management and shows how to apply them in our day-to-day activities. Traditional time management revolved mainly around to-do lists and delegating. The New Time Manager is concerned far more with factors like developing good working relationships and establishing a healthy lifestyle. For example, New Time Managers prioritize, communicate effectively, give constructive feedback, take time to play, and act to prevent burnout. The result is a life in balance, with sufficient time for what is important to you. Whatever your objective, Dr Woodhull's book, with its practical guidance on every aspect of time, will help you.
 

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Contents

Introduction
1
Introduction to Part I
13
White spaces
39
Getting organized
55
Introduction to Part II
71
Praise people
87
Provide constructive feedback
97
Introduction to Part III
123
Learning to set limits
165
Successful delegation
183
The importance of balance
193
Burnout prevention
203
Time management tips
215
Epilogue
227
Index
237
Copyright

Listening to save time
139

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