Anthony Haynes writes: This episode is the second in a mini-series of episodes on time management, designed to help you and your colleagues to help improve personal productivity and effectiveness.
The first episode dealt with the tactical approach to time management. This episode outlines a strategic (aka 'top-down') approach.
The relationship between this approach and standard time management techniques is like that of a negative to a photographic image.
Standard techniques focus on how to get more stuff done, more quickly; the approach here, in contrast, focuses on how to become more effective by deciding what you're not going to do.
How to succeed by doing less, if you like.
Oliver Burkeman, Four thousand weeks: time management for mortals (Penguin, 2022).
This is one of our episodes that deals with working life and management in general, rather than recruitment-specific topics.
If you enjoyed listening to this episode, you might be interested in other general (as opposed to recruitment-specific) episodes dealing with such issues as:
Finally, what we do
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We specialise in professional roles at mid or senior level, Our core market comprises organisations for professionals - typically membership bodies, learning providers, and awarding bodies.
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