Tag Archives: Time Management

Knowledge Workers Create Goal/Project Mind Maps

Ethan learns about Project Mind Maps Knowledge Workers Create Goal/Project Mind Maps Do you ever notice how some people are so eager to get started on their project, they begin immediately without spending much time planning? Now I’m not talking about Project Management Professionals, but individual knowledge workers and managers who end up forgetting about […]

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Performance Management – Scheduling Tasks in Outlook Tasks

Ethan forgets to get his passport Performance Management – Scheduling Tasks in Outlook Tasks … Do you ever notice that some people have a hard time remembering tasks that are not immediately urgent, but important somewhere out in the future? Since it is not something that has to be done now, they will procrastinate, and […]

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Performance Management – Ethan Can’t Remember Performance Goals

Employees forget about goal activities Performance Management leaders assume employees will make steady daily progress toward goals, but many employees focus on urgent, not important activities. This often results in delayed or forgotten goal-related activities – until it is too late. The key is to teach employees a “system” for managing work – one that helps them […]

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Personal Performance Management System

Now that your company has a Performance Management System, do some of your employees implementing this goal structure work from a “Sticky Note” system? Quick Access: Click here to register for free version of this course. Dupont Learning has spent many years tailoring time management programs to company Performance Management Systems.  For example, in the […]

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