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Time Management Effectiveness Profile

A competency-based instrument to help determine your ability to manage time effectively. Also available online.
Code: 6304
Category: Instruments

Because the pace of life seems to grow ever faster, we all need the skills to make sure that we concentrate on our major personal and organisational objectives and to organise our time in the most efficient way possible.

The Time Management Effectiveness Profile provides a detailed process for assessing an individual’s existing capacity to manage their time efficiently and highlights specific areas where improvement might be possible. This is done by measuring time management ability in seven competency categories as follows:

• Predisposition

• Preparation skills

• Organisational ability

• Pressure management skills

• Delegation skills

• Interruption management

• Results orientation skills.

Participant scores plot onto a histogram chart for each category, which quickly shows where efforts to improve should be concentrated in the future. Detailed interpretation notes are included for each category, including improvement actions for high scorers.

Products specifications
Format Self-scoring instrument–histogram output
Objective To identify individual effectiveness in being able to manage personal time
Audience All organisation members
Time Required 30 minutes
Author Dr. Jon Warner, B.A., M.B.A.
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