June 14 @ 9:00 am - 12:00 pm
“It takes too much time to plan–besides, I’ve been successful so far without planning.” “Everything I have to do is important.” Sound familiar? In today’s work environment, supervisors often are bombarded with simply too much to do. And, while it is true that we don’t have enough time to do it all–it is equally true that we have enough time. We have enough time because we have all the time there is–the same 24 hours from day to day. The key then to success is not to try and do it all. Instead, the key is knowing what to do first. That’s where this session will help. Attend this session and learn: The basic ways to use your time wisely; The difference between importance and urgency; and The benefits of delegation. Supervisors who could use some hints on how to control their work environments and how to manage their workloads will benefit from attending this class. This workshop counts as an elective in the Supervisory Challenge certificate program. Pre-registration required in myTraining.
This is a program of the Managing at UF: The Supervisory Challenge.