Setting priorities and managing time are essential to individual and organizational performance. The pressure to find innovative ways to achieve goals, stay ahead of the competition, respond quickly to customer needs, and enjoy life outside of work is increasingly intense in today’s less structured, information-driven workplace. If you could reduce your staff’s wasted time by just five minutes every hour, productivity would jump 8.3 percent. This profile helps people identify their opportunities to use their time more effectively in twelve areas and create a specific action plan to implement immediately.
Sharon is a senior manager who finds that with every promotion she earns, the need for better time management skills increases. She felt like she couldn’t get her head above water in her current position and found herself in a reactive state she couldn’t get out of. Taking the time management assessment enabled her to gain insights into the areas she wasn’t using her time as efficiently as she could. Prior to taking the assessment, Sharon expressed skepticism for finding any areas of opportunity to use her time better. Finding three big opportunities out of the twelve measures surprised her and she developed new habits around each of them. Those changes enabled her to get her head above water again and make time for the strategic thinking critical to getting the results she needs.
If you’d like to learn more about how you can use this assessment to manage your time more effectively, call 651-322-7821 or use the Contact form here.