Archive for the ‘ Time Management ’ Category
Making To-Do Lists That Work
I have a friend that makes these amazingly long to-do lists. The most amazing thing about them is they never get done. They will have 10-20 things listed they will spend a lot of time making them. Then they get set aside never to be looked at again. I asked if making to-do lists was […]
Empowerment Comes From Within
Empowerment is a term regarding a business management style where managers give staff members the power to make certain decisions within boundaries. This is a definition of empowerment: Empowerment is the process of enabling or authorizing an employee to think, behave, and take action, and control work and decision-making in autonomous way with the job tasks that […]
How Can I Do More With My Time?
I was at a conference this past weekend talking with office managers and the conversation turned to time management and the struggles with getting things done in the time allotted. Ultimately, taking action on managing your time is what needs to happen in order to master it. I am sure I am not the only […]
Do You Need To Get Organized?
“Every noble work is at first impossible” ~ Thomas Carlyle We know being organized and efficient is an ongoing, evolving process. Once you have found or created a system that works, you must maintain it. You also need to be prepared to change your system as circumstances and situations change. I often hear […]