Time Management is the way that you organize and expend how long you can do your tasks.
The benefits of time management are as follows:
• Higher productivity and capability.
• Professional reputation is high.
• Less stress.
• It increases opportunities to achieve goals.
If you fail of your time you have to face problems like:
• Missed deadlines.
• Poor work quality.
• Higher stress levels.
Time management includes:
Plan your daily work to do and write down the points to be needed in a single day against the time. Do not begin new and fresh work until you have finished your previous one. Put a tick beside the tasks which have already been completed. Ensure that you finish all tasks in time.
Setting Goals and Objectives
Set targets for your work in all organizations and make sure they are realistic ones.
For every task set a deadline for yourself. Learn to take ownership so that no one complains to you every time and asks for your delayed work. First, ask yourself about how much you need to complete the tasks. Then use a planner to set the dates against deadlines.
First of all, know the difference between urgent work and important work. You have to know that which works should be done within a day and which should be done in a month. Prioritize the works as per importance and urgency.
Spending the right time on the right activity
Spend your time on the right thing and the right activity. Don’t waste time on the wrong work. Don’t do a task for a day that can be done in an hour. Keep some time for yourself also.