Time Mastery Profile – Paper Version
For Time Management – by wiley Workplace Learning Solutions Paper Version Fact Sheet.
In achieving mastery over time, research has shown that skills such as how to set priorities and effectively time manage are key to improving corporate and individual performance. Both find themselves under pressure to generate innovative and creative means of achieving outcomes and goals, staying a head of the competition, acting rapidly in real time to meet customer/client needs, and yet enjoying life outside of work. It has become increasingly stressful in today’s workplace. Meeting the daily challenges of managing professional and personal responsibilities requires a set of learning strategy that focuses on individual needs, as well as results.
Learn to Create More Time In Your Day Through Time Mastery
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Inscape Publishing’s Time Mastery Profile is an ideal tool for helping individuals understand their strengths and weaknesses in time management. The Time Mastery Profile provides an assessment tool and a personalized action planning workbook in one time management resource. Our online version even adds a skill gap analysis to even more clearly develop a strategy of highly effective time master, management and delegation.
The Time Mastery Profile also helps people to more effectively use planners, calendars, PDA’s, and other time-management tools to accomplish more and find greater balance in their daily lives. This book and assessment is designed to work with and complement other time management systems such as Day-Time®, FranklinCovey and other programs and daily planners.
The Time Mastery Profile helps people discover their time-management strengths, develop new skills for improved performance, focus on priorities, increase productivity, meet customer needs, and respond to opportunities while reducing stress.
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