Successful Time Management: How to be Organized, Productive and Get Things Done, 6th Edition

  • 2h 55m
  • Patrick Forsyth
  • Kogan Page
  • 2022

Successful Time Management is packed with proven tips, tools and techniques to help you review and assess your time management and adopt new work practices to improve it.

This book includes great time-saving ideas, practical solutions and checklists, plus advice on: controlling paperwork, organizing your emails, delegating and working with others, prioritizing to focus on key issues, getting and staying organized. This fully updated 6th edition features even more practical exercises, useful templates and top tips to help you minimize time-wasting and interruptions, and focus on the priorities that will lead to success in your job and career. Successful Time Management will give you the tools to become more efficient and effective.

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About the Author

Patrick Forsyth runs Touchstone Training & Consultancy and specializes in marketing, sales and communications skills. He is based in Essex, UK. He is the author of more than fifty successful business books, translated into 17 languages, including How to Write Reports and Proposals, also published in the Kogan Page Creating Success series. He writes regularly for a number of business journals, and for Writing Magazine.

In this Book

  • Preface
  • Time, a Key Resource—Opportunities and Difficulties
  • First Steps Towards Effective Time Management
  • Getting (and Staying) Organized
  • Combating the Time Wasters
  • Emails—Shortcut or Time Black Hole?
  • First Things First
  • Controlling the Paperwork
  • Working With Other People
  • Final Words