There never seems to be enough time – use these books to manage your time more effectively and make your business more successful.

Best Practices Time Management by Hoover Best Practices Time Management: Set Priorities to Get the Right Things Done, by John Hoover [Collins 2007] is part of the Best Practices series that address issues “that matter most to middle managers, the series focuses on dealing with people and communicating. Drawing on the sales history of other management series, the Best Practices line will give managers what they want most: insight into what successful managers already know and presented in easy–to–access lists. The books cover the basics of management; strategies for hiring the best people; proven ways to deal with difficult bosses, workers and customers; how to evaluate and reward employees; ways to motivate the people who work for you; time management; effective communication in person and on paper; as well as, how to set and achieve goals.”
Successful Time Management by Forsyth Successful Time Management, by Patrick Forsyth [Kogan Page, 2007], can help you get organized, learn to prioritize, minimize paperwork, and maximize your performance. “This guide for busy professionals provides an overview of the underlying principles of time management and describes a wide variety of practical tips and techniques. A sampling of topics includes assessing current work practices, scheduling appointments with care, handling telephone interruptions, minimizing paperwork, making use of checklists, and delegating tasks. Forsyth is a consultant specializing in marketing, sales, and communication. ” Book News, 2007.

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