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Setting Priorities

How To Set Tasks For Your Staff

How To Set Tasks For Your Staff To make sure that your individual members of staff and teams respond appropriately to your requests, and that objectives and goals are achieved, the following three factors should be uppermost in your mind:... Continue Reading →

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Setting And Attaining Your Personal Managerial Goals

Setting And Attaining Your Personal Managerial Goals This is all about setting down your managerial philosophy: it defines the type of manager that you want to be, what you want to accomplish and what principles of values drive you in... Continue Reading →

How To Prioritise

How To Prioritise We have too much to do and time is shrinking as the volume and complexity of tasks increases. Sound familiar? The really successful manager is judged as much as by what they do not do as by... Continue Reading →

What Is Your Diary Telling You?

A Senior Manager’s Diary. One Senior Manager sat down to separate out what they regarded as the major responsibilities of their job. They listed 6 key areas for themselves. A             Relationships with Head office B             Long-term and strategic planning C           ... Continue Reading →

Make The Day Work For You – Set Effective Priorities

Make The Day Work For You – Set Effective Priorities We all have too much to do and those around us are constantly requiring more and more in terms of attention and outputs. Apply the Must/Should/Could Know model of Information... Continue Reading →

How To Make The Most Of Your Working Day

How To Make The Most Of Your Working Day We all have too much to do; the business world, regardless of whatever your role might be within it, is characterised by increasing demands on time, expertise, energy and effort. The... Continue Reading →

An Effective Set of Priorities?

A Senior Manager’s Diary. One senior Manager sat down to separate out what he regarded as the major responsibilities of his job. He listed 6 key areas for himself. A             Relationships with Head office B             Long-term and strategic planning C           ... Continue Reading →

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