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Advanced Administration and

Supervision
Growing as School Administration

Managing One's Time
Effectively and
Growing as a Leader

Managing One's Time Effectively
• WHAT IS TIME MANAGEMENT?
Time management is the act or
process of planning and exercising
conscious control over the amount of time
spent on specific activities, especially to
increase effectiveness, efficiency or
productivity.

Managing One's Time Effectively • Why use time management SKILLS? .

Managing One's Time Effectively • What skills are required for effective time management? .

and reviewing your progress towards your goals are covered in Action Planning. • Other skills involved include prioritizing focusing on urgent and important tasks rather than those that are not important or don't move you towards your goals. .Managing One's Time Effectively • Some of these skills including setting clear goals. organizing your work schedule.persevering when things are not working out and avoiding procrastination. breaking your goals down into discreet steps. list making to remind you of what you need to do when.

• You are less likely to forget to do tasks.Managing One's Time Effectively • To improve your skills you must to do the following: 1. . • Writing a list helps order your thoughts. Advantages of using a to do list: • Focuses your mind on important objectives. Using Lists: Keeping a to do list -You should have a reminder system to tell you of when you need to do .

It saves time. You are less likely to become sidetracked. . You get the reward of ticking off your achievements. You have a record of what you've done. You feel more in control. You don't need to hold everything in your head. You always have something to work on.Managing One's Time Effectively • • • • • • • • • It helps show the bigger picture. It helps you decide on priorities: the most important and the most urgent.

Setting Goals .Managing One's Time Effectively 2.Efficiency and effectiveness are not the same.Set yourself specific and clearly defined goals. Prioritizing . . and make sure that these are realistic and achievable. 3.

Procrastination is the scourge of action planning. “N "Never leave that till tomorrow which you can do today.” -Benjamin Franklin . Avoid Procrastination .Managing One's Time Effectively 4. It's important that you manage 'Your fear of doing things' you don't want to do and realize that the fear is often far worse than any possible negative results.

you need to persevere and learn how to take a positive attitude towards frustration and failure.Break goals down into their components so that you can accomplish them one step at a time. 6. things will not always run smoothly as you progress towards your goals. Persevering . When things are not working out. .Managing One's Time Effectively 5. Breaking down tasks .Inevitably.

Organizing your time . A good way to do this is to log everything you do for a week in meticulous detail and then examine your record to see how you use (or misuse!) your time. .Identify areas of your life where you are wasting time and try to reduce these.Managing One's Time Effectively 7.

You should after a while become conditioned to starting work immediately in this location. Plan out a revision schedule or timetable so you devote enough time to each subject. .Managing One's Time Effectively 8.Have a regular venue for revision such as the library where you are free from distractions. Revising for Examinations .

Take action if you wish to get results.” Benjamin Franklin or to paraphrase this in modern terms. . "Don't talk the talk.Managing One's Time Effectively • “Well done is better than well said. instead walk the walk". Some people constantly talk about the things they are going to do but then keep procrastinating.

A leader is "a person who influences a group of people towards the achievement of a goal".Person. A mnemonic for this definition would be 3P's . People and Purpose.Growing as a Leader WHAT IS A LEADER? Definition of a Leader . .

Growing as a Leader .

-A leader by its meaning is one who goes first and leads by example. PERSON . is leadership an ability in the sense that he is a leader because he leads? We all may know or hear of people who are in positions of leadership but who are not providing leadership. so that others are motivated to follow him.Is leadership a position of office or authority? Or.Growing as a Leader 3P'S 1. a person must have a deeprooted commitment to the goal that he will strive to achieve it even if nobody follows him! . A position of office is no guarantee of leadership but it helps in the sense that a leadership position usually commands a listening ear from its people and that is a good starting point for anyone who desires to be a leader. This is a basic requirement. To be a leader.

Growing as a Leader 2.Theodore M.the ability to visualize your goal as an accomplished fact. Hesburgh How do you become a leader with a purpose? You need guidance (Prov 3:5-6) and you will get it through meditation on the Word of God."The very essence of leadership is that you have to have vision." . . You can't blow an uncertain trumpet. PURPOSE .A requirement for leadership is personal vision . a thing already achieved. .

How do you win their trust? Why would others trust you? Most important.To be a leader. .Growing as a Leader 3. one must have their trust. PEOPLE . one must have followers. are you worthy of their trust? Why are some individuals more effective than others at influencing people? Effectiveness in leadership has been attributed to (1) persuasion skills. (2) leadership styles and (3) personal attributes of the leader. To have followers.

. Leadership is a living process— and life means growth.Growing as a Leader Great Leaders Grow: The Four Keys to Becoming Successful leaders of their Life .Successful leaders don’t rest on their laurels.

Growing as a Leader • Using the acronym GROW. you’ll explore four strategies that leaders must use to challenge and stretch themselves—both on the job and off—to reach their highest potential.Open Your World W .Gain Knowledge R .Walk toward Wisdom .Reach Out to Others O . G .

Listen to wiser voices 4. Accept correction 3. Embrace failure . Desire growth 2. Invest in others 5. Recognize weaknesses 6. Refuse mediocrity 7.Growing as a Leader • Here are 7 sure ways to grow as a leader: 1.

Growing as a Leader .

Prepared by : Jozelina P. Prado Thank you!!! .