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Aug 28, 2012

Time Management – Prioritising.wmv

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Having balance and being organised is more than scheduling the “”have-to-do”” items in your life. They’re certainly important; however, we need to focus and schedule time for the “”want-to”” items — those things we would do “”if we had more time.”” Our aim is to prioritise all the items and activities that are on your ‘to-do’ list and give direction as to how you can schedule what you should and would love to be doing.

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Aug 28, 2012

Time Management – Delegating – The Good, The Bad .wmv

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We’re aware that many of us know we’re the ‘best person for the job’ and letting go can be hard. However, to grow and develop as an individual, we have to start taking on new work, roles and responsibilities. We won’t be able to do this efficiently if we don’t start letting go of some of our other jobs. Perhaps if we can be clear on the benefits of delegation.

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Aug 23, 2012

Time Management – Six Steps to Master Planning

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This video will run you through six steps to master planning. When you take action and do these steps you will find you are more organized and can manage your time better.

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Aug 15, 2012

Time Management – Understanding Your Priorities

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This week I am asking you questions to help you understand what is most important to you. What are your priorities? Who do you care about? What do you care about? What makes you happy?

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Jul 25, 2012

Time Management – The Not To Do List

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Tim Ferriss, author of “”The 4 hour Work Week”” strongly recommends a “”not-to-do list”” as he believes that what you don’t do determines what you can do. Doing less is the key to success. Having less clutter saves you time. Taking on fewer jobs means you can focus and complete projects. This means making room for tasks that are the best use of your time. Being over committed means you’re not functioning as the best you can be.”

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Jun 20, 2012

Time Management – Yearly and Quarterly Planning.wmv

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Good time management means you have a yearly plan that provides direction and triggers you to move forward. The yearly plan is broken into quarters so tasks are timely and spread out to help you manage and not become overwhelmed. From quarters it is broken into smaller sprints. That is two week blocks. In each quarter I have six, two week blocks. This is a terrific way of maintaining the big picture of time management.

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Jun 20, 2012

Time Management – Multi-Tasking

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Multi-tasking means doing more than one activity at the same time. Many of us do this and boast about how good we are at multi-tasking.

Multi-tasking makes you feel like you’re getting more done and being more productive, which is a sensational feeling especially when we’re time poor. The reality is you’re actually achieving less and taking longer.”

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Jun 20, 2012

Time Management – Multi-Tasking

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Multi-tasking means doing more than one activity at the same time. Many of us do this and boast about how good we are at multi-tasking.

Multi-tasking makes you feel like you’re getting more done and being more productive, which is a sensational feeling especially when we’re time poor. The reality is you’re actually achieving less and taking longer.”

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Mar 25, 2011

What are your personal KPI’S?

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KPI’S stands for Key Personal Indicators. Many businesses have them for measuring their own performance. Many employees have them to measure their individual performance. Think about a staff member in sales which is a classic area for KPI’s. Sales staff KPI’s may include number of sales calls, number of meetings, number of referrals, business $ value converted etc. Personal KPI’s We talk about setting goals and recommend we break the goals down into a road map of achievable results. Well these can often be broken down into key performance indicators as well. Consider the goal of running a marathon. You do not start by immediately going and running 42 km’s. Instead you break the goal down into sub goals or smaller goals. So for the month of March you may run 5...
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Oct 30, 2008

Practical Staff Retention Ideas

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Following from last weeks blog regarding focusing on staff retention rather than recruitment I felt it was appropriate to provide some positive solutions or ideas. The objective is to create happy and loyal employees. Elements are taken from an article written by Nukte Ogun in May 2008. 1. Salary One of the biggest employee motivators, pay is what attracts us to most new positions and encourages us to stay. 2. Remuneration package Think about other perks, besides pay, which you could use to lure and keep staff, including salary sacrifice, bonus super and novated leases. 3. Respect Your grandmother had it right: treat others as you would like to be treated. 4. Resources Staff tire pretty quickly of faulty and out-of-date equipment. It doesn’t have to be the newest or the best (it’ll help if it is...
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