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Time Management

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Transcript of Time Management

Time Management
By:
Hanan Irsheid
Haneen Bani-Nasr
Ghadeer Barood

Time Management
making optimal use of available time
Management
is the organization and coordination of the activities in order to achieve defined objectives
Out Line
Introduction
Definitions related to Time Management
Basic Steps for Time Management
Time Wasters
Several Ways to Avoid Time Wasters
Personal Time Management
Unit Assessment
Recommendations
Barriers
Conclusion
By the end of this lecture the student will be able to
:
Acquire knowledge about:
Time Management
Basic Steps for Time Management
Time Wasters
Several Ways to Avoid Time Wasters
Personal Time Management
Time
is the ongoing sequence of events taking place. The past, the present, and the future


OR
is the process of reaching organizational goals by working with and through people and other organizational resources
a set of related common-sense skills that helps you use your time in the most effective and productive way possible
Three Basic Steps for Time Management:
First:
Taking Time to Plan
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M

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T
Specific
Measurable
Achievable
Relevant
Timed
Breakdown Large projects into manageable tasks in order to be accomplished
Second:
Priority Setting:
Do Now
Urgent
Important
Schedule
Less Important
Less Urgent
Delegate
Important
Less Urgent
Don't Do
Not Urgent
Not Important
Making Lists
Third: Re prioritizing
Time Wasters
Internal
External
Ways to Avoid Time Wasters
Personal
Time Management
Using a Time Inventory
Unit Assessment
NICU
Shortage in nursing
Over loaded work
Critical cases
Limited supplies & equipments
When receiving new information re-prioritize your tasks
Do not make yourself overly accessible
Deal with interruptions assertively
Avoid promoting socialization
Be brief, avoid long-winded comments
Schedule long-winded pests
precisely
"Self-awareness"
Most people are not certain of their own short- to long-term goals or time- management issue

Allows you to compare what you planned to do with what you actually did.
Check your to do list
Obstacles:
Absenteeism
Sick leaves
Phone calls
Long breaks

Lack of staff management skills and training
Cont.
Shortage of nursing
Overload work
Sudden deterioration, CPR procedures and death
Apparently
For
Time Management
Recommendations:
Recruit nurses
Educate and train on time management
Reduce the break duration and frequency
Avoid the use of & during duty
Cont.
Divide tasks to fit the abilities
Monitor, investigate, audit & control (sick leaves, absenteeism & negligence)
Giving promotions
Barriers during applying the action plan:

Shortage of staff which lead to inappropriate staff/patient ratio
Over load work which causes unplanned tasks
Ineffective use of time management that causes incompetence in performance
Lack of evaluation



Conclusion
Time Management is an
Urgent Need

And
it is not the
Time
that you
manage
it is
you
and your life
Summary
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