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time management

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(Industrial Relations & HR Terms) the analysis of how working hours are spent and the prioritization of tasks in order to maximize personal efficiency in the workplace
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As Shahani (1990) concluded there are three time-management skills viz, making priorities and goals, time management mechanics, and preference for organization.
Synopsis: The collaborative effort of Caroline Dipipi-Hoy (Associate Profess, Department of Special Education and Rehabilitation, East Stroudsburg University, Pennsylvania) and Daniel Steere (Professor Emeritus, Department of Special Education and Rehabilitation, East Stroudsburg University, Pennsylvania), "Teaching Time Management to Learners with Autism Spectrum Disorder" presents ways to facilitate time-management skills for learners with autism spectrum disorder.
Investigation of adolescents' time-management skills in terms of anxiety, age and gender variables.
The author directs both his experience as a school system administrator and feedback from numerous workshops he has given to the unique time-management requirements of school leaders.
The results of the study revealed that irrespective of students' residential status, gender, age and relationship status, the students ranked time-management as the most pressing counseling need.
But using these concepts in our private lives along with a mix of time-management strategies--so tried and true in the office--can help put us on the road to achieving more balance.
describes how to apply practical time-management skills to real-world situations: holding time-effective meetings, dealing with distractions, learning to focus, and coping with unrealistic workloads.
Allow us to offer a number of time-tested time-management ideas.
For so many people, they know all the time-management principles, but I felt there was some (psychological) resistance that needed to be addressed,'' she said.
Remember classic time-management advice such as "Handle each piece of paper only once," "Have your desk clear of everything but your priority A-1 project" and "Never put off until tomorrow what you can do today"?
We specifically designed this course with Learning Tree AnyWare in mind, as being able to participate regardless of your location is an important first step in gaining the full benefits of many time-management techniques we teach," said Jennifer Urick, Vice President of Product Development, Learning Tree International.