This is the second of our casts that describe our recommendations about calendar management.

Last week, we covered some basics of calendar management, the most important of which was that effective managers think about managing their priorities a WEEK at a time - thinking in terms of weeks is the most effective way to stay strategic, and therefore effective.

We then covered our first, and perhaps most surprising point - Family First. Simple in practice ... schedule time for your family ON YOUR CALENDAR first. And then give THAT commitment the same level of focus as your other priorities.

This week, we cover our remaining points relative to managing your calendar ...

  1. Schedule time for email
  2. Nail down your strategic objectives
  3. Block out One on Ones
  4. Schedule time for a weekly network building lunch

This Cast Answers These Questions

  • How do I make more time for my family?
  • How do I leave work on time?
  • What should I do at lunch?

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