The New Time Manager
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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Introduction to Part I
Introduction to Part II
Provide constructive feedback
Introduction to Part III
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