Are you working through lunch every day, late to meetings or missing deadlines? Are your professional responsibilities interfering with your personal life? If you answered, yes, chances are your time management skills need some work. Step up your game by learning to reclaim some of the precious commodity of time.
By Rich Hein
Fri, September 14, 2012
CIO — Time-management skills for most people are learned along the way, a necessary part of getting the job done. However, like most things, the more you invest in it, the greater the reward.
To reach your short- or long-term goals, time management is critical for prioritizing tasks, scheduling appointments, emails, projects and so much more, not to mention family responsibilities. What steps can you take to get some of your time back? Like most skills, you can hone your time management practices to sharp edge with a little diligence and practice.
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