Anthony Haynes writes; This is the third and final episode in our mini-series devoted to time management and productivity.
The opening episode outlined a tactical ('bottom-up') approach.
The second outlines a strategic ('top-down') approach.
Here we outline a synthetic approach: we bring our two approaches together, explore the relationship between them, and outline how to use them in combination for maximum effect.
Edwin C. Bliss, Getting things done: doing it now (Bantam Books).
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
FJ Wilson Talent Services provides recruitment and talent development services and also coaching for individuals.
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.
To find out more about our services and to contact us, visit our website fjwilson.com.