Tag Archives: Time management

5 Skills every employee should have or acquire ahead of 2020 (HRDailyAdvisor)

In today’s workforce, upskilling employees is necessary and unavoidable if you want your organization to remain competitive and profitable. As you upskill your own employees or begin to hire more employees, here are five skills you’ll want to make sure they have. 1. Emotional Intelligence Skills According to a Career Builder survey, 71% of employers […]
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How CEOs manage time by Michael E. Porter and Nitin Nohria (HBR)

A crucial missing link in understanding time allocation and effective use of time of CEOs has been systematic data on what they actually do. Porter and Nohria’s article offers a comprehensive and detailed account of 27 CEO’s time use.  They found: The job of an CEO is all-consuming – they are always on, and there is […]
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Feel busy all the time? There’s an upside to that by Amitava Chattopadhyay, Monica Wadhwa and Jeehye Christine Kim (HBR)

Interesting article posted in the Harvard Business Review.  A short extract from the article, “Busyness has previously been studied through the lens of time pressure. Researchers found that when people feel that they’re under significant time pressure, they tend to make decisions based on emotions. For instance, when consumers are placed in situations where they […]
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5 ways you’re wasting time without even realizing it

By: Larry Alton March 16, 2017 Source: https://www.entrepreneur.com/article/272379 We all waste time, so don’t try and kid yourself. Whether you’re a young kid at a temp job trying to relieve your boredom by browsing the Internet or an experienced CEO who can’t focus on what he needs to, time-wasting is painfully common in workplaces all […]
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