Handbook on Time Management Skills PDF Download Free
The Handbooks Soft Skills developed by the Centre for Good Governance are intended primarily for personnel in public administration. They offer an overview of some of the principal skills that are essential for effective performance.
They draw heavily upon existing literature and current practices in public and private organizations around the world and include numerous references and links to useful web resources.
They are not comprehensive ‘guides’ or ‘how to’ booklets. Rather, they incorporate the perspectives of experts in the specific domains whose knowledge, insights, advice, and experiences prove handy in honing skills essential for strengthening the capacity for the effectiveness of public service at all levels of government.
This handbook, Time Management Skills, focuses on how the personnel in public administration can develop approaches and strategies that will enable them to effectively deal with time management problems in a variety of contexts.
Table of Content:
- Understanding Time Management
- Misconceptions of Time
- Symptoms of Poor Time Management
- The Eleven Time Thieves
- Saboteur Time Styles
- Monochronic and Polychronic Views of Time
- The ‘Five Time Zone’ Concept
- Time Management Matrix
- Elements of Effective Time Management
- Getting Oriented to Manage Time
- Overcoming Barriers to Effective Time Management