How to Effectively Organise Others – And Save Time

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Time-management invariably focuses on self – how you organise your day, your papers, your workload. But how well do your staff members use their time to benefit the organisation, you, and themselves? Do you really know whether they, and you, are getting full value? Your staff can save your time and theirs if you take the initiative and encourage them to be time-conscious… 1. Watch for the indicators of a disorganised staff. Watch for messages indicating that the time of the human component in your organisation is not being used to best advantage: You are frequently interrupted by staff seeking assistance, instruction, or direction. Your staff practises reverse delegation – referring tasks back to you. Deadlines are often missed or postponed. Staff assignments often need to be redone because of their poor quality. Your action tray is overflowing and you seem to be taking home more and more work. Staff morale [...]