Item description for Organizing for Success: Tips, Tools, Ideas, and Strategies for Managing Time and Prioritizing Work by Kenneth Zeigler...
Readers will save hours per day with new and innovative tips, tools, and strategies from a top time-management trainer. Author Ken Zeigler teaches readers techniques for developing lists to focus on, hands-on methods for getting off to a fast start, strategies for controlling interruptions, and much more.
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 7.5" Width: 5.4" Height: 1.2" Weight: 0.4 lbs.
Release Date Jun 25, 2006
Publisher American Media International
ISBN 1933309113 ISBN13 9781933309118
Availability 0 units.
More About Kenneth Zeigler
Kenneth Zeigler studiedchemistry at Shippensburg University earning his Master s Degree in 1982. He taught chemistry and physics for 34 years at both the high school and college level and has authored many papers in the field of research astronomy. He currently lives in Globe, Arizona with his wife Mary. He has two children, Rob and Elizabeth, and two grandchildren Kindra and Kristen."
Kenneth Zeigler was born in 1954.
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could have been titled "how to be a better leader" Jun 4, 2006
A must read for anyone who wants to get somewhere in life. Are you someone who just goes with the flow and then wonders why you're not getting where you want to be, or not getting there quick enough? Are you unhappy with the deck you are being dealt at work, or the path your career is taking? Are you trying to lead a company and you have nothing but headaches during your working day? If you answer "yes" to any one of these questions, then read this book. It's a very well written book on time management.
The book addresses workload challenges, unproductivity, the importance of goals, and provides practical insights, good strategies, and helpful tips. It will inform you (or remind you) that good meetings are paramount at work. It points out that a well-kept desk as opposed to a sloppy one will make you a more productive person. And that phone calls and emails should not be an all-day thing; they should be compartmentalized and dealt with in time blocks.
Although multitasking is probably the norm in most people's lives today, this book will remind you that making action item lists each morning and strategically organizing the action items is a far superior way of getting things done than just doing tasks as they show up in your face.
The title of this book includes the word "success." And the author in his book talks about the importance of goals in order to have a chance at success. If one focuses on goals and maps out or plans a series of objectives necessary to reach those goals, then it's just a matter of performing the tasks necessary to meet the objectives to reach the goal. Spend your time doing the things that will move you toward your goals, and eliminate or minimize your participation in activities that don't help you reach your goals. That's the essence of time management, and the essence of the message of this book.
It's an easy read, and one that is well worth your time.