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WORK PRIORITIES & PERSONAL DEVELOPMENT
Using your current role and workplace or a management role you have had in a previous workplace, prepare a written report addressing the following issues.
If you have not worked before, conduct research on the first management role that you think you will get, and based your paper on this role.
Your report paper is intended to provide an overview of yourself as an individual in your personal and work life and to give you the opportunity to reflect on how your strengths and weaknesses impact aspects if your life
Work Priorities And Personal Development
Length: 6 pages (2127 Words)
Work Priorities and Personal Development
Answer 1: Time Management Skills
In both the personal and professional context, I believe I possess good time management skills that have enabled me to succeed in personal and professional grounds. This is based on the ability to set clear goals with timelines and strict deadlines (Brown & Robert 4). Goals need to be broken down into discreet steps to ensure a balance of time and activities in daily life (Barner 6). After every step, I try to review the progress to check if I am on time, ahead of time, or behind schedule. This is important to give the way forward on strategies that need to be taken to balance time and activities. This demonstrates my skill of action planning involving the balance of what needs to be done, what is being done, and what is to be done. Setting priorities is important in that matter because it helps to ensure that all the areas are equitably covered.
Another skill that is important in time management that I belief to possess is the ability to organize my work schedule. Proper organization needs one to start by listing roles in the order of their priority to remind me what needs to be done at a particular time (Henwood 12).