Key Learning Points
INSTEAD: Just DO IT!!
DON’T: Be unreliable
INSTEAD: Be punctual and efficient
DON’T: Be disorganized
INSTEAD: List and prioritize
DON’T: Lose direction
INSTEAD: Focus on completion
Marcus creates the IT’S TIME campaign but not everyone can be a time champion.
Marcus unveils his new approach to time management: a self-portrait poster with the slogan “It’s Time”. He believes that this poster, placed everywhere in the office and hanging outside the building, will help improve staff punctuality. Carol thinks this poster is a waste of time, “time for what?” Casey then admits she is a procrastinator. Sam suggests to a ruffled Carlos that he operates on manana time; Carlos disagrees. When there are competing priorities, Serena uses a personal organizer to rank items in terms of importance. Barney and Dion recommend dealing with the bigger tasks first; Dion uses a “big rocks, small rocks” strategy to determine priorities. Sherry leaves “little pockets of time” for unexpected developments. Sam suggests completing one task at a time, and setting goals in given time periods rather than being disorganized. Focus on completion and enjoy checking off the tasks.
Cutting Edge Communication training videos are designed to provoke discussion and response. Contemporary, fast paced, short, character driven, sitcom-style comedies, these courses take an innovative approach to reaching today's learners. Through laughter, discussion and reaction, we can all develop a more transparent and shared vision of how we wish to behave, how we manage ourselves, and how we cooperate with others.
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